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HOW TO SECURE HOME WIFI SYSTEM?

How do I secure my wireless channel?

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  • Eric May 11, 2010

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Sorry im new to this site. D-Link?

1) navigate you browser to http://192.168.0.1

2) When it asks you to log in, use the username "admin" and leave password black and press login.

3) you should now be in your router, Click on wireless

4) set wep to enabled and enter a key in "Key 1" -- because it is wep, it wont just accept just anything so i reccoment using a 10-digit phone number. it works and its easy to remember.

5) press apply, now you have to re connect to your wireless using this key.

(and on that wireless page, you may also change your wireless name.)

-Eric

Posted on May 09, 2009

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