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My wifi works perfect but I like to secure it please help to secure it for I do not know how
Access the WiFi security menu. Select at least wpa2 personal and enter a passphrase you can remember.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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By setting up WPA2 encryption you are securing your wireless network from unauthorized access.
For details on how to further secure your wireless network, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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Hey there! First of all you will need to go into your Router administration panel, to do this, plug in a LAN cable from one of the available ports on the router into your PC. Then open up your browser and type 192.168.1.1
You will get a login prompt, usually the username is admin and the password is admin but if that doesn't work look at the bottom of your Router for the specific details.
Once you are there go to the "Wireless" configuration tab, under Security change WPA2-Personal to WEP or PSK. After that, unplug your cable from your PC and restart your router.
Have fun :)
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
Try the following:
1. If you want WPA2 encryption on your router, (which also have higher security and compatibility issues with wireless cards), you could try WPA2-TKIP (which is standard encryption and made compatible for all wireless cards) or WPA2-AES (for specific wireless cards that are unable to connect to TKIP encryption)
2. If Step 1 won't work, try to lower your security encryption to WPA-PSK (either TKIP or AES) and try again. If this works, your IPAD2's wireless card doesn't support WPA2 encryption yet.
If all of the above fails, I do not recommend WEP since it's easily cracked (for advanced users) but you could try it as a last resort.
Posted on Sep 08, 2011
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