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I have lost the code number to my wireless - G 2.4 GHz 802.11g


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    Chris Hingee May 11, 2010

    I do not understand the code number you are referring to. I think you are referring to the encryption code, am I correct? If so, please confirm and I can advise you what to do.



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Try connecting directly to the hub using a CAT 5 cable. If you have the CD that came with it, run the initialization program to see if it will let you start from scratch. If not, open your browser and try to connect to It might not be secured from a hard-wired connection.

There is usually a reset button that you can use, if all else fails. Hold that button (which might be behind a small hole in the back or bottom of the case) for at least 10 seconds. The unit should restart afterwards, with all the factory defaults set.

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