Question about Computers & Internet
Regardless of the brand/model, you need to look under "Wireless Security" (or some variant thereof) in your router's interface. There are different types of security, including WPA, standard WEP encryption, 64bit, 128bit or basic MAC filtering.
I prefer MAC filtering, personally, just because I enjoy knowing that the neighbors TRY to get on my wireless (as it will show 'unsecured'), but they can't.
Joed911 is right, though ...without make and model,, you need to go to the mfr's website and get the specifics there ...or, provide the info here and we can help you :)
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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