Question about Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station
in order to get your WPA key on your router you will need to access your internal router configuration. To do this you will need first your default gateway IP address, that is your IP address of your router.
If you are not sure what it is you will have to check your network settings, and under TCP/IP look for Default Gateway.
Once you have the IP enter it into your web browser address bar and hit enter. You will then be prompted for a login to your router which should be default unless you set it. The default is usually "default" or "admin" or "password" or some variation.
After this you should browse to your router security settings section and under WPA enter in a shared key. Write it down somewhere safe, and you are done!
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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