Question about D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router
Hey..hi..i have a wireless router and I used it to connect my two brother’s (@home) to go to internet through my computer …but one of my neighbor is also going through my wireless router so I’m asking you guys help to block him…(but he knows about networks more than us)please I’m waiting for a good answer for this problem…..
First, log on to your router. to do this, open up internet explorer, then in the address bar type in 192.168.0.1 the user name is admin and i think the password is either blank, or it is also admin (unless you changed it) then click on wireless and put in a key for key 1. it can be as easy as putting in one number at the end. click apply, then continue. now, the only computers that have that code will be able to access your network. you will have to put that code into your computer to connect the first time, but it will remember the code after that. there is 26 digits, so i usually just put in 25 0's then one number, that way it is easy to put into the other computers, because you have to put in all 26 digits.
this should get ya going!
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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