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Changing the password

How do i change the password on a intel pro wireless lan 20011b access point

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1. Connect your computer to the modem via an Ethernet cable.
2. Open an Internet browser.
3. Type 192.168.0.1 into the web address bar and enter.
4. When prompted, enter the username and password established during the setup of your service.
4a. If a username and password were not established at setup use the key below to locate the defaults.
5. On the administrator screen, you can update the SSID name (your network's name) and the password.

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  1. Select Configuration|Security from the Access Point menu tree.
  2. Select Modify System Password.
  3. Configure the AP password settings as required:

    System Password Select any alphanumeric, case-sensitive entry of up to 13 characters. The characters selected are displayed as asterisks. Changing this passowrd changes the Read/Write Community password found in the SNMP Configuration screen. The default password is Intel. Confirm System Password Select the same alphanumeric, case-sensitive entry of up to 13 characters as System Password. The characters selected are displayed as asterisks.
  4. Select Save Settings at the bottom of the page.

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