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If by "password" you mean the access code one uses to gain access to your wireless network, first you must log into the router. This is usually done by opening a browser (any will do) and typing "http://192.168.0.1/" into the address bar. You should get a log in screen; the default administrator account is usually "Administrator" or "Admin" and the default password is usually blank. From there, follow the menu items for either "wireless" or "security" until you find the WPA2-PSK Passphrase, WPA Password, (or something similar) and enter the new password you would like to use. WARNING: If you do this from a wireless device, you will lose connectivity as soon as you change the password because the router will reset and the new password will become active. It's always best to do this sort of thing from a computer physically connected to the router.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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