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No this did not solve my problem. i am looking

No this did not solve my problem. i am looking for how to access network settings for wireless connection (true mobile 2300 router).

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  • ear_ot Mar 09, 2009

    Could not find a WEP code on back of router.

  • pbeck May 11, 2010

    I'm sorry,

    What was suggested that didn't work?
    Are you looking for the default password for your router, or did you changes it and have forgotten it?


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"Network settings" is a very broad term. I have to assume you don't have a manual to refer to to find the setting you need to change. Use this link to see the entire user's guide...
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/p57205/en/index.htm

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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