Question about Computers & Internet
All you have to do is to open a internet window and go to the address 192.168.1.1 and login with admin and pass with admin
After that all you have to do is go to security and set a wep or wpa encription and a key.
Do this connected by cable so you wont lose connection when the router reboots to apply changes.
After the router reboots, do a wifi scan and check if the connection is pass protected. test with the pass you gave and voilá, you got a secure connection.
Hope it helps, tell me if you need any more support.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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