Question about Computers & Internet
You can secure your wi fi netwrok with 2 method
(1) configure your router as WEP'
(2) Enable MAC addreses security.
You can access your router with following default link.
for belkin router
type user name as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password"
For WEP security.
Configure router as WEP type .
Then go to security then add encryption key it is your password to connect wi fi netwrok.
For MAC security
go to advanced security in wi fi then enable MAC security then add your MAC addreses in allow list with which you want to give permission wi fi netwrok access.
You can find MAC addreses of computer with following command .
Go to start menu then type "cmd" in run then you see command prompy.then type in prompt "ipconfig /all"
then you see your MAc adrses it is physical addreses like 00:57:5e:02:f6:8u
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