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I need some simple help. I want to change my WEP Key so that someone who had the wepkey cannot access my wireless network any longer. My router is a 2wire...can you help?

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  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    Ronnie, that was useless advice. He told you what kind of router he has.

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Hi Steve,

Do you use a Wireless Router? If so, logon to the router, go to wireless security and change the wep-key there.

If not, do you host the wireless network on your PC?

What kind of Router do you have if you have one?

Regards Ronnie

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