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Open a command prompt and type in ipconfig /all, this should give you the "IP address" for the router, enter that number (usually listed beside default gateway, or IPv4 address) in the address bar of your browser, then enter the username and password for the router, and look under the wireless settings page, there you will find the info. Please give a fixya rating if this helps solve your problem thank you
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Don't know my username and password? what now?
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