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To secure the wireless network , you will need to access the router set up. Do you have any computer connected to the router with the ethernet cable. If you do not have the computer connected to the router, then connect one computer to the router. Do not try this on the wireless computer. Click Here for step by step solution
You can actually configure the wireless security without the CD. Just open a browser and type in the address bar 192.168.1.1.
It will prompt you for the router's username and password. Type in the router's password (if you changed it) if not, the default password is admin.
Go to Wireless>Wireless Security.
On this page you can change your wireless name or SSID and you can enable WEP or WPA/WPA2.
Make sure you that you enter the same wireless keys on your wireless computers as soon as you save the changes on your router because you will lose your connection if you do this on a wireless computer.
The WEP code is whatever you make it when you set up the wireless connection. If you have lost this key. It is best to use the manual reset located on your wireless router. Will require a small point like a paperclip. Then you will have to access the router and set up the wireless internet over again. Then you can secure it with a new WEP key. If you need further assistance please ask me. Thanks, Lee
I came across the same trouble after several hours power out of the router (has to move DL-524 from room shelf to closet). In my case it lost WiFi security configuration (was no encryption and must be WPA/PSK). I set WPA back, 64-byte PSK key was not corrupted, and Dl begun to run smoothly again. After that I got an experiment and powered off Dl for a night, WiFi security settings was lost again. My be it's a feature of the device, may be I'm (we are) not so lucky :). Try to check "Wireless setup" - hope it'll be helpfull...