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Can't find WEP key for DS

I have att Motorola wifi modem serial number 50078832.
I can not find an WEP key or anything compatible to work with my DS lite or WII.

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    i cant find mywep key

  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2009

    cant find out what wep key is

  • Anonymous May 10, 2009

    i dont have a sticker, as everyone has clearly pointed out you need one to work...

    any clue what to do?



    ~ morgan ~

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You can see the WEP key at the side or bottom of your modem. Its the 10-digit code. If it is not listed there, you need to access the Setup Page of Motorola modem. Go to internet explorer and type http://192.168.1.254

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