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I CANT SET A PASSWORD

I CANT SET A PASSWOR FOR MY ACCES POINT AND OTHER PEOPLE ARE USING MY INTERNET SIGNAL. I TRIED TO SET UP WITH THE CD THAT CAME WITH THE AP BUT DIDNT WORK. WHEN I CHENGE THE CONFURATION TO WEP THE INTERNET DOESNT WORK ANYMORE. PLEASE HELP THNKS

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  • andycxxx Jan 29, 2008

    how can I do that?

  • tanhuynh May 22, 2008

    i cant set a password plus i cant get on that 192.168.0.1 its shows up as page load error



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Have you tried setting it up thru the web interface ? 192.168.0.1

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

  • Patrick  Haines
    Patrick Haines Jan 30, 2008

    type 198.162.0.1 in your web browser
    and use the default password login

  • Patrick  Haines
    Patrick Haines Jan 31, 2008

    oops 192.168.0.1, sorry I botched that last one.

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