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I want to change the password of my wireless router model swc 5100wn

My signal getting weak because many knows my password.

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That's probably a good idea if lots of people know what it is.
That won't make its signal any stronger, of course.

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SOURCE: Change password on Dell TrueMobile 2300 router

Hi, logon to your router using IE or whatever browser. Then follow these steps and let me know.

You are prompted for a Username and Password.

Type the username: admin

Type the password: admin

Click the OK button.
The Dell TrueMobile Setup Page appears.

Click the Advanced Settings tab.
A note appears stating that Dell provides the advanced features for your convenience only. Dell technical support representatives can not support the configuration options in the Advanced Settings portion of the setup program.

Click the OK button.

Click the Administration Settings button on the left side of the page.

Put a check in the box to the left of the Change Your Password setting under the section of the page titled Password Settings.

Type the password that you want to use in the New Password field.

Retype your password in the Retype Password field.

Click the Submit button.
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you could go to the control panel then network connections then setup wireless network and click on add a network and save the files on a usb then insert the usb to the laptop there you have it you can use internet on your laptop after you install

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We found Linksys wifi units to be unusable a few years ago. I had a stack of them that the wifi had died or was unstable or short ranged and none of these were more than a year old. They have had quality problems for about 5 years. Tech support is handled overseas and consists of them reading off of cheat cards. If you get through to a tech you will find them not to understand any technical jargon and once not even normal non technical english.

Our "fix" (and what I'd reccomend if you want to avoidl headaches) was to yank out all remaining Linksys units and replace with a different brand. We didn't see any difference with the models, they all failed in some way. I don't know what happened to the company but they used to have a very good product. They don't have that now.

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