Question about Dynamode RADSLC4WG Wireless Router (r-adsl-c4wg)
Hi...I am not sure if you need the SSID or the network key? The SSID is the network name, the one you see displayed in 'Available wireless networks'. The network key (also called passphrase, authentication key, PSK etc) is the one Windows asks for to connect to a secure network.
If you need the network key/passphrase:
1. Login to your router, by typing http://192.168.1.1 into a web browser (or whichever IP address is correct for your router).
2. You should see a popup box, requesting your username and password. If you have not changed these, they are username: admin and password: admin - otherwise please enter the username and password you have set.
3.If successful, you should now see your router user interface.
Go to Advanced > Wireless Security. If you are using WPA encryption, the network key (password) you need should be displayed under PSK string.
(Details taken from Dynamode UK website).
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Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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