Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
Go through each section and write down the information in a notebook. WEP Key, IP address range, Wireless settings, Ports that are forwarded or blocked. Login information. When this occurs you will be able to go back to that information and enter it yourself. Most broadband companies use a simple password and user name for setting up the router. User Name: admin or administator and the password will be the one not used as the User Name. All lower case. You can access your router by connecting a cable to it for progeamming and accessing the different setup pages. Make sure you turn wireless on before you disconnect the cable though.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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