Question about NetGear DG834G Router
The following steps will help you out in getting your wep key:-
1)Open the IE page and in the address bar type http://192.168.0.1/ or http://roterlogin.net/ , it will prompt with the small window asking for user name and password which will be admin and password respectively if not reset to something else.
2)If the default password is not working then router reset is mandatory which will terminate the internet connection and re-configuration has to be done from the beginning and after reset follow step 1 to get through the router administrator page and re-configure the entire setting's including the WEP key as well.
3)If , the default access is there then after getting into router administrator page , you will have a blue/purple column on the left hand side which has the different setting options in there.
4)Under the title set up you will find wireless setting's as one of the options so left click on that option and you will be navigated to wireless settings page.
5)Under wireless settings page we will have security option as an icon and out of the available different securities WEP will be the one that is highlighted and down at the bottom we will have five boxses for passphrase , key1 , key2 , key3 and key4.
6)The number in the key box determines your WEP key , in other words key1 box contains the WEP key .
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
If you cannot remember your WEP key, you are going to have to reset the router, log back into it and reset the password on it. On the back of the router there is a small hole with a button just on the inside. You will need a pin, needle or something to get in there. Press and hold that button for a few moments (5-10 seconds) let it reboot completely, go to 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 and it should ask for your administrative user name and password. Since you reset it, it generally is username: admin password: admin
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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