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How do I discover again the wep key associated with our network so we can allow internet access for a new laptop? i know it has to do with typing in a series of 1.1. or something as the address. thanks
Try logging in to your router e.i. 192.168.2.1. You'll need probably a password or try blank to get to security settings.
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k once u log in to router u need to click on w/l settings and
Wireless Settings Wireless Network Name (SSID): Region: --- Select Region --- Africa Asia Australia Canada Europe France Israel Japan Mexico South America United States Channel: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Wireless Access Point Enable Wireless Access Point Allow Broadcast of Name (SSID) Wireless Card Access List Security Encryption (WEP) Authentication Type: Automatic Open System Shared Key Encryption Strength: Disable 64bit 128bit Security Encryption (WEP) Key Passphrase: Key 1: Key 2: Key 3: Key 4:and if u want security password type any 10 digit no which u can easily remember one>and click apply do not hit generate>rate me solved if its helps
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