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You may need to verify the wireless security enabled in your router. Check from your router's setup page the security type and security key enabled in it to connect your wireless printer.

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Greetings,
so you have a lenovo laptop, linksys wrt54g wireless router and a Lexmark wireless printer. And you wants to secure your wireless network. Just follow the instructions ---

SETTING UP WIRELESS SECURITY ON YOUR ROUTER--------
1> connect your lenovo with the WRT54G at port no. 1 it is very imp. to hardwire your computer, also check for the light status of the router to ensure that it is connected.
2> access the router setup from a web browser (may be using 192.168.1.1, the default address of your router, and admin as the password.). You can also go to kb.linksys.com if you need more help to access your router setup.
3> at the top click on wireless on the BLACK bar at the top.
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hi, 

WPA keys is security key for ur network and when u run the wireless setuo wizard, use the key pad on the printer to punch in the WPA or WEP key.......
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if u were using ur printer before wirelessly, then u should still have the ip address stored on   ur printer, 
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1. Open Internet Explorer, on the address bar type 192.168.1.1
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3. When you have the Setup Page open, click on Wireless Tab, then click on the sub-tab Wireless Security.
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