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Choose a laptop or WiFi device that is currently connected to your network. If none of your devices are connected, use an Ethernet cable and connect a computer or laptop directly to your wireless gateway.
Open a web browser and go to the Admin Tool (http://10.0.0.1) - this is the wireless gateway's administration site. The default settings are:
Password: password (case-sensitive)
Note: If you changed your Admin Tool password previously, you will need to use your new login information. If you don't remember your Admin Tool password, you will need to factory reset your wireless gateway. Instructions on how to do this can be found by reviewing the wireless gateway user guides at Wireless Gateway Guides.
On the left navigation menu, select Gateway, then Connection and then Wi-Fi.
Under Private Wi-Fi Network, you'll see the Name (SSID) of your WiFi network. (You may want to write down this information.)
Wireless Gateway 1 customers, click EDIT at the right.
Wireless Gateway 2 customers, click EDIT for both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands to view the settings for each. ?
Check the box next to Show Network Password. The Network Password (Network Key) will be displayed above. (You may want to write down this information.)
On this page, you can also edit your wireless network information, including changing your Network Name (SSID) or Password (Network Key). If you make any changes, remember to click SAVE SETTINGS.
Now that you have your Network Name (SSID) and Password (Network Key), you can connect your WiFi devices to your network.
If you have changed any information, use the new information to reconnect all your WiFi devices to your network.
Learn how an XFINITY Internet subscriber visiting your home can connect to WiFi without sharing your Network Name (SSID) or Password (Network Key)
To connect to your wireless router, it needs the router'swireless settings configured ie SSID WPA or encryption key and also thewireless cards in all the laptops and computers needs to be configured withthese router's wireless settings. Then the laptops and desktop computers cancommunicate with your wireless router.
To accessthe Belkin configuration, connect a LAN cable from the Belkin to the LAN porton your computer. Open a browser and enter the Belkin configuration URL.
The defaultPW = blank (just press Enter)
You can nowgo into the wireless settings to obtain the WPA2 encryption key or change it toa new one.
I'm assuming you are referring to the pass phrase or key on the router. Originally setup when you added security to your home wlan. Find the manual online for the Belkin router and reset it to factory defaults. Then set it up again with a pass phrase you can remember.
If you can still remember the password that you entered on the configuration page, follow the steps below: 1. In the lower right corner of your screen (near the time and date), right click on the wireless network connection icon, then select view available wireless networks. Or, if your wireless adapter has its own wireless utility, you should see that in the lower right corner of your screen. 2. You should see the router's wireless network name (SSID). By default, the SSID is "belkin54g". Select the SSID and it will prompt you for the network key. 3. The network key is the password that you entered on the router configuration page.
If you cannot remember the password that you entered, follow the steps below. a. Connect your computer to the router using an ethernet cable. b. Access the setup page by typing 192.168.2.1 in the address bar. c. Go to Wireless -> Security. Copy the network key. d. Then follow steps 1-4 above.
For the MAC computer: 1. From the Airport menu, select the SSID.
4. When asked for a password, enter the network key that you entered on the router.
Access "Device Manager" on your computer.
Check that the wireless network adapter is correctly installed, and "enabled".
Within "Control Panel', access "Network" and see if the wireless adapter is "enabled".
Do you remember the SSID and the password and/or WEP-key that you configured into the router?
If so, then "browse for available networks", and look for the SSID, and supply the password/key, when requested.
First connect your router to computer with ethernet cabled. Then you can access it with default ip http://192.168.15.1 then type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank "password" Then go to wireless secirity. thjnen add new WEP code key it is your new password to connect. But if you are not able to access router configuration page then you have to reset it. for that press RESET button it in backl panel of router press it for 10 seconds. Let me know if you need further assistamce. Thanks.
An easy way to get the password for your wireless network is to connect your laptop directly to the unit via ethernet cable. After you get an ip address connect to the router. If you dont know how to do this you can usually go to manufacturers website and it will tell you how to login to the router. Once you are logged into the router you can go to the Wireless Settings page and see what key you are using and what type of encryption you are using.
Hi, did you provide the network key/password when you setup the wireless conection on your computer?
Is it detecting your wireless router (you should see your SSID or network name) when you click on your wireless icon (in the taskbar) and chose "show wireless connections".
If you can acess to your router via it's configuration page(type the router's default IP address in your browser) you can go check the settings and change the key/passphrase if you dont remember it.
If all of this is not working, you can also start from stratch. Reset the router to factory settings (check your manual) then reconfigure it the way you want, put the new infos in your wireless network connections properties and try again.
let me know with more specific details if you still cant do it