Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
Wireless network name is : ZY0678
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User: (none / blank)
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
Testimonial: "The correct answer was to leave the username blank and use "admin" as the password. This did indeed enable me to access the page that allowed me to recover (or re-generate) a wep key that allowed my laptop access to the house desktop computer. Thanks so much!"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Network Key
try to access the set up page of your router... go first to the command prompt and type in IPCONFIG then if youll get a valid ip add type in on the address bar 192.168.1.1.. admin is the password. on teh set up page pls clink on wireless then security... just change your password but be sure to remember it,
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
this is just easy.. what you should type is the encryption key only... if your security is wep, only the encryption key or key 1 is needed. if your security is wpa, only the passphrase is needed.. it is very CASE SENSITIVE.. but if you see that the name has changed to LINKYS_SES, then you have a problem there because your wireless settings has changed due to the button on your router which is the secure easy set-up on the upper left corner which is the cisco button.
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
You may need to access the router's setup page to check the security key or the network key you have set up to the router. To do this:
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
You could try just typing in www.routerlogin.com and entering your router password.. (my default is 'admin' for user and 'password' for password) and then go into the Wireless section, or the Security section and enable WEP with whatever password you will remember easily.
If in doubt, you can Restore Factory Settings and that'll clear any encryption or MAC filtering you might have set up, then you can start with a clean slate, and enter your new router username/passcode and your wireless encryption password and write it down somewhere safe!
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Have you set the properties on the second computer to match the security expected by the router? Since one computer works I would compare the settings for the network connection and set the second computer to the same.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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