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Open the router setup page with address 192.168.1.1
Username =nothing leave this blank and password is
ADMIN and then go to
the wireless security settings.
Select WEP or WPA
enter the password and save the settings.
Reboot the router after that and now your wireless signal is password protected
Try browsing to http://192.168.1.254, which is the default address of the router from the factory. If it's been changed you'll have to find the address of your computers 'default gateway' and use that instead.
Username is 'admin' and the default password is the serial number printed on the router itself.
Once into the router, you should be able to find the firewall settings and adjust them as necessary.
For that first connect your router to computer with ethernet cable. Then access it with following link. http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 type user name as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password" then configure your router as WEP. Then go to wi fi security and set WEP key it is your password to connect your internet .
Enable DHCP .
Also check in wi fi that wireless is enabled.
Check WAN settings and set it to your internet service provider settings like DNS .
When using a router with your internet connection (cable, dsl modem etc.) hooked directly to the routers data port it will use the roughter's dhcp to assign ip addresses to other computer on the network. If you have your internet connection hooked directly to a computer and are using internet connect sharing then you must disable the dhcp service on the roughter because the internet connect sharing has its own dhcp and it will assign all the ip addresses. to get into the roughter's setup you open a browser (internet explorer, mozilla etc.) and type 192.168.1.1
To reset the router you need to push that pinhole in the back...make sure
you got all your (ethernet etc. password)numbers to type back in...do
it only as the last resort...how long have you had the router password forgotten.