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WEP is an encryption method used in wireless routers to prevent unauthorised accecc to your wireless network. WPA and WPA2 are later and much stronger encryption methods, I recommend you use WPA2 encryption method. To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access,please click on this link and follow my instructions :-http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Its asking for your wifi security password/passkey. If this is not it then your works network may have other software in place to stop unauthorised access to unauthorised computers.
If you have permission to use the connection then just ask the I.T. manager
You will have to open a browser, and into the address bar, type http:192 168.2.1, use admin as Login & password is blank, After login, you go to security settings and "Generate a WEP KEY" write this down. Better yet copy/paste it to a notepad document & save. Now you use this key on the "Client" computer when you try to access that network. You will be asked for your WEP Key, simply copy/paste it, from you notepad document, into the box, or type it in if you wish.
There is no default WEP / WPA key for belkin54g routers. The default
password to access the setup is blank. Try going to 192.168.2.1 in
internet explorer (where you would usually type the address of the site
in), and see if you can find out the WEP / WPA Key.
There are 2 things you can do. One is to connect the router to the notebook via ethernet cable. You will then be able to enter the router's page by typing 192.168.2.1. The other option is to reset the router to its default factory settings. This is done by pressing the reset button on the back of the router and hold it down for 30 seconds with power still on.
i take it by your comment "unauthorised people been accessing it" that you wish to use the router wirelessly? do you currently have any type of encryption set up on the wireless signal at the moment eg WPA(2)-PSK, WEP, etc?