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Blue Ray connection to Belkin G router

I have just purchased a Samsung blue ray disk player with Net flix and pandora. When trying to connect wireless to the Belkin G router the network shows a LOCKED symbol. I have been connecting to this router for some time with a laptop and the security is disabled. How do I remove the unlock to allow the blue ray to connect

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Your wireless router is encrypted. To remove encryption, go in your computers web browser: http://192.168.0.1
That will take you to your LAN Administrator.
Follow the simple wireless setup for an unsecured connection or setup your blue ray connection and create your own passphrase or WEPKey.
Hope that helped!

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