Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
The easiest fix for this is to log in to you routers web interface and look at the "Wireless Settings" or "Wireless Security" page.
1.) Plug a computer in to one of the ethernet ports on the wireless router.
2.) Open a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Firefox
3.) in the Address bar, type the ip address of your router. Most commonly 192.168.1.1 and press enter.
4.) This will prompt you for logon credentials. Username is almost always admin password varies based on OEM and model number but i believe is the word "password" all lower case.
5.) This should bring you to the web interface. You should then look for something that shows "wireless settings" or "wireless security" under one of these your network key will be listed.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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