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I can't remember my network security passcode

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Then you will need to reset the rounter. ther shuld be a small button or whole that you push to rest it. You will need to change your default password after reseting it.

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I'm not exactly sure whether you are connected to the PC but can't see the internet or whether you are not connected to the PC. So I'll explain the difference and you can decide.

When you attempt to connect a device to a wifi network, the device will do a search for available networks. The networks in range will display, showing their SSDI (name), signal strength, and security status. This is not yet a connection, only a detection. To connect to the network, you need to select the one you wish to join and send a connection request. Unless the wifi network in question is a free hot-spot or is unsecured (neither a good idea to use), then the next thing that will come up is a passcode/security code popup. Here you must enter the passcode/security code that the wifi network is assigned in order to connect. Without it, you will not be able to connect or access the network or internet. There is also the issue of security type. Older routers and devices used a code system called WEP. Newer router use WPA/WPA2 encryption techniques. our device must support the security type the router is using or you will not be able to connect.

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You can set up a password to access your wireless network. Please follow these steps in order to enable wireless security:
  1. First you must open any web browser on a computer connected to your network (I reccomend plugging in your computer directly to your router using an ethernet cable instead of using a wireless connection for this process.)
  2. In the URL bar type in the IP address of your router (most likely 192.168.1.1). If that is correct you will see a log in screen.
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  4. Once you have logged in navigate to the Wireless or Security tab, depending on your router.
  5. Under security type select WPA2 Personal (some older wireless devices will not be compatible with this setting, if you have older devices use WEP)
  6. Create a passcode for your wireless network and select Save at the bottom of the screen. If you are currently on a wireless connection you will be kicked off so make sure you write the passcode down before you save.

Congratulations! Your wireless network is now secure and only people you have given the passcode to can access your wireless network.

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I don't remember my passcode


call them and tell them you don't remember your pass word and they can reset it for you

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I currently have the product below, but is connected to a unsecured network. How do I get it to where the network I am connected to is secured. thanks for your help.


Start your web browser and in the address bar type 192.168.1.1 a window will appear and ask for a username and password. leave the username blank and type ADMIN in the password. This should gain you access to the router settings. Just look at the top tool bar for "WIRELESS". Then click on wireless security. Once there you can change the name of your network ffrom LYNKSYS to a name of your choosing. Also you can set a passcode. For basic security use the WPA personal and TKIP password. You need to choose a "passphrase" and you will have to enter it to connect to the nertwork. make sure to SAVE CHANGES. You can also change the password to gain access to the router (the 192.168.192 part). IF YOU DO make sure you can remember it.

Once all the settings are in place, any device trying to connect to your network will be required to enter the pass phrase EXACTLEY as you entered it in the router settings. You should only have to do it the first time.

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For an unknown reason my wireless-G broadband router has dropped the security name and passcode and is now unsecured. (31/2 years old) Otherwise it is working fine. How can I set up a new name and...


Hello Marcia

At the link below you should be able to get step by step instructions on how to secure your network.

Click HERE to navigate.

Please do not hesitate to let me know if you need any further assistance. Also remember to rate this solution.

Kind regards
Andrea

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79ee205.jpg 3. Select a unique name for your wireless network. The name of your network is known as the SSID. This is what wireless users will use to identify which router and network they connect to. 94c0abe.jpg

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My computer is not recognizing my signal its connecting automatically to linksys unsecured signal


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pull up the interface of the router, then look for the wireless tab.
click on the wireless tab and look for the button you can click to enable or disable wireless security..
create a passcode for your network and use that as the pass key whenever the wireless network requires it. i can provide more information if you can give me the brand name of the router you are using.. :-)

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