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I think you asked this twice, but here is my suggestion:
this information is setup at the router (Access Point) and you will need to get the information from there.. Although there are ways to 'hack' this information, I will not tell you how to do this here, as we do not want to enable 'hackers'...
You need to hard wire the computer to the Access Point and enter the configuration of the device.. within it, you will find the SSID (name of the wifi network connection) and the type of encryption (WEP, WAP, etc.). From this page, you can discover the Passphrase or Encryped Password, which will allow you to access the WiFi connection.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
1.open up INTERNET EXPLORER
2. type in http://192.168.2.1/
3. Leave password blank and just click login
4. click on "wireless >> security" tab on left hand side
5. copy down the Key 1 , it looks like 7F.8A.0B.6D.00 or similar.
6. go to the wireless device and when prompted, juz enter the 7F.8A.0B.6D.00 with out the "."
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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