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Need to secure my wireless ativa router so others cannot use it

My wireless router is working fine however, I want to secure it so others cannot use it. How do I do this. I don't have the ativa software!

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    Ativa Wireless G Router

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    want to secure the router gt704wg

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    how do i protect my router

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    JDTec May 11, 2010

    What Ativa model?

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Page 45 of the manual below shows how to encrypt connections.

Manual:
http://www.ativasupport.com/sites/ativa/dl/P75234_AWGR54_man_hi-res.pdf

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