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Normal. If router is reset to defaults, you must reconfigure the router.
Posted on Nov 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
reset your router back to the default factory settings. This is done by simply holding down the reset button located on the back of the unit for at least 30 seconds. Once the router has been reset, it must be reconfigured. Using your web browser go to URL address http://192.168.1.1. You will then be prompted to login to your router. A log-in screen asking for the password will automatically appear. At this time enter the default password “admin”, in lower case letters into the password field. The username field may be left blank at this time. (Note: both the default username and default password are set to “admin” on some of the newer Linksys router models).
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Logon to your router from your computer using your browser and going to http://192.168.1.2/. If it wants a username, the default username is blank and the default password is either blank or "password".
The Belkin management tool will come up. From there, go into your security and look to see if your passphrase is visible. If it is, you're good to go. If not, you can change it on that page save it and close out.
Don't forget to change the passphrase on any wireless devices you are using connected to the Belkin wireless router.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
The router has a built-in web-server.
So, just connect your web-browser to that web-server,
select the correct page, and click PRINT.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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All of that information is what YOU need to know. The security type and security key are things you would choose when you initially set up your router.
To find your SSID go to Start> Run> type CMD at the prompt type ipconfig copy the default gateway in your address bar.
Your information should be:
User name: (Leave Blank)
unless it has been changed already.
Go to your Basic Wireless Settings and you can find your Wireless Network Name (SSID) column. On there you can edit your SSID.
You can then click on the security tab and that will tell you what security type you use. It won't show your password, it will show ***** so it will only show the # of digits. That may jog your memory. You should be able to change your key too.
hope this all helps.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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