Question about Belkin Computers & Internet
I cant find the area where I can change the standard built-in password. I missed doing that when I made the initial installment. I have a Belkin.e18 and my computer is a Gateway Vista
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just need to setup router via 1 computer. If you used dhcp configuration, everything's pretty much
automated & taken care of ...no matter how many computers you have.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Log in to your router control panel, select Security (wireless only), choose a method of security and set the pass code. Password will then be set, and router access will be limited to those that know that passcode.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
As you are unable to access the web interface of the device your only option is to perform a factory reset of the router using the reset switch built into it as per link below:-
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
SOURCE: I cant remember my Belkin
Not quite clear as to your problem. Are you trying to access the web-based configuration page for the router (for which you need an administrator password)? Or are you trying to make a wireless connection to the Internet via the router (for which you need the wireless security key)?
Those are two separate passwords, and you may be able to retrieve them both. The administrator password would be stored in the computer that was used to configure the router. The security key should be in the computer which configured the router, as well as any computer which made a wireless connection to the router.
You may find it helpful to check the owner's manual. If you don't have that available, you can download a copy here:
Be sure to specify the correct router model.
If you can access the web-based configuration page for your router, you should be able to view (or reset) the wireless security key. (Check the owner's manual for your model.)
For many Belkin routers, the URL for that page is simply: http://router
Then select "Security", and following the onscreen guidance.
If you're not able access the router's configuration page, and the passwords are stored, you should still be able to retrieve them by installing some free software.
For the computer that configured the router, download and install this program:
RouterPassView by NirSoft
For a laptop that connected to the router, download and install this program:
WirelessKeyView by NirSoft
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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