Question about Apple AirPort Extreme Router
I lost my wpa key number and have now reset the router - I can't get it to recognise my wireless network which is still in existence - I am going mad!!! I can't get into ipconfig/all either to get my number - any suggestions - I am using ethernet broadband currently but want to use the router again for wireless macbook use
You need to connect your computer hardwired to the router and reconfigure it. On your wireless computer, you need to delete all the preferred networks and add a new wireless profile.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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