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Just installed roku. How do I find password for Home_B698

Network password for HOME-B698??

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You will need to login to your wireless router on your computer to get, or set, your network password for "Home_B698". A typical default router IP address is 192.168.0.1, but there can be any number of possibilities depending on router type, and network configuration, and who set it up... Some routers will put their default IP Address, and password on a sticker, located somewhere on the router. If this is the case, type the default IP Address into a browser on your computer, and hit enter, or return. A web page should appear asking for login information... User name, and password. Again this information varies... Typically the default user name is "Admin" or "admin" you can also try leaving this field blank, and just entering the password found on the router. In some cases the password is actually "admin" while leaving the user name blank.
If your successful at loging-in, you need to look at your wireless settings, under one of the sub-tabs you should find a password field indicating your network password. This is what should allow you to login to your network with your Roku device.

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