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Did u meant you'd protect your wireless network?
1. Go to 192.168.1.1 OR 192.168.0.1 (depends on routers brand, recommended that you see first your default gateway address at the trace task bar. Right-Click wireless connection>Status>Support>Find out your gateway IP.)
2. After you found your gateway IP address, go through the web browser.
3. There will be login page, usually ID: admin, password: admin (depends also on the routers brand, recommended to see your guide book.)
4. After you logged in, click the wireless tab.
5. Set your password by WEP/WPA code (recommended for you that WPA code, it contains 8 digits, and safer.)
6. Restart your router (usually it does restart automatically.)
Hope that will help =]
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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