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Securing my router

I am using windows vista with a sweex wireless router.According to the manual to logon and secure the router I have to access it via http:192.168.50.1! however I cant access this and the sweex website is a waste of time.Any assistance would be appreciated.

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  • asmaqureshi1 Dec 16, 2008

    i have same problem. i can not access. i m using this but

    WL-607 - Wireless Router 54g.It says
    - open http://192.168.0.1, and login using username: admin and password: admin

    but cant open


  • moralesruthm Feb 14, 2009

    i have same problem. i can not access. via http//192.168.0.50

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I want to create a security measures on accessing my wireless network connection so that no other users can access my wireless router


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Additional Logon Information required for wireless connection on Windows Vista


Many a times on your Vista wireless computer you might have experienced an error “Additional  Logon Information required” which is related to wireless connection. In such cases you need to manually add the wireless network settings on your Vista computer. 

Please note that before you follow these steps please make sure to get information about your network name SSID and the type of security encryption being used on the network. If you are using a NETGEAR router then you can follow the steps as mentioned in the below link to check the required information:
 
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4095687-check_wireless_security_key_or
 
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1. Click on START menu and click on Control Panel.
2. Click on Classic View in left hand side menu.
2. In the main screen, open up NETWORK AND SHARING CENTER.
3. In the left hand side menu open up MANAGE WIRELESS NETWORKS.
4. Here you will see a list of networks and in that if you see any name in the list then please select the wireless network name and then click remove. Do it for every name that you see in the list.
5. Once the list is empty, click on ADD, and select the second option which is MANUALLY CREATE A NETWORK PROFILE.
6. Type the network name SSID exactly as you have on the wireless router. Please make sure that you have this name in the exact case as you have on the wireless router.
7. Select security type as per the security encryption type you have on your wireless router and enter the required password. Click Next and click close.
 
Reboot the computer and then check if you can access internet from your wireless connection.

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The Host (wired) computer is running windows 7. The wireless computers, using Vista, cannot access host.


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U can access the router as it is described in the amnual, or if not U have to reset and re-initialize all connections with evtually new security settings.
U know, even a router is only a simple com-device, which sometimes hangs and needs to be re-setted.

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Then save and reboot the modem.
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