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Hello i have just finished setting up my belkin wireless router. It is saying it is unsecured, how do i make it secure?

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Hello,

On setup option, Change the password.

you can see the IPaddress of the router at the bottom of the router or in documentation notes.

in internet browser address..type the Ip address and enter..you will be directed to the router default website.

may this help,

melnavz

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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