What is my passkey security codes on my Motorola router?
Hello! My name is James. I'm trying to access my laptop wireless but it required me to know my passkey codes on my Motorola wireless router. Please, can you assist me. Thanks. You can reached me at 215-221-0167-home or my cell 267-474-2324 or me Email:Rodney7336@hotmail.com
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After you press the reset. Your laptop has to be physically connected to the router to configure it
Open your web browser, type in "192.168.1.1" and login using username and password. In "Basic setup" DHCP Server should be "Enabled" Enter "Domain name" Name your private network Set the starting IP address - Enter 10 ( any low number) Set time zone Save Settings ( button at bottom of page ) Under Advance Routing, set Operating mode as "Router" Save Settings WIRELESS TAB Wireless - set to MIXED Wireless network name - same as domain name Select a wireless channel (default is 6) Wireless SSID Broadcast - ENABLE Save Settings Wireless Security tab Select WEP Default transmit Key - select 1 Enter a pass phrase to generate a security code, click on Generate
WRITE DOWN THE PASSKEY ( aka, Security code) KEY 1 should have this PASSKEY entered. SAVE SETTINGS On your laptop, right click on the icon for the wireless on the task bar, select "View available networks"
Select your network, it should prompt you for the passkey, you will need to enter it twice
The network security key (passkey) is the router's wireless encryptionkey. To connect to your wireless router, it needs the router's wireless settingsconfigured ie SSID, WPA or WPA2 encryption key and also the wireless cards inall the laptops and or computers needs to be configured with these router'swireless settings. Then the laptops and desktop computers can communicate withyour wireless router.
This Utility program will help you locate few details of your network like :
1. SSID ( network name ) 2. WEP/WPA Key ( Your network security key ) 3. The PC/Laptop IP Address 4. Router IP address 5. Which all Devices are connected to your Router/Network Wireless 6. Which all Network are available nearby your place 7. Let you access the Router Configuration
Click here to Download the HP Network Diagnostic Utility Download the file on Desktop and Run the program ( Ex. File name = HPNDU.EXE )
Follow the Instructions on the Screen and do accordingly
When you try to connect to a wireless network, it can be your router or can be any wireless network nearby your laptop. So if its your router's network you are unable to connect, you can call your router company, or can go to the router page and change the passkey for the wireless network. By going to the specific option or by running the setup wizard from there again. You can access the router page by ip of the router, i.e. default gateway of the PC.
If its not your router then you cant access it, until and unless you contact the owner of the network to give you the passkey.
If your network is showing multiple network, ensure which one is yours and if your network is working properly.
read the intructions manuel if its not there then try everything in the modem to see if ti has a secure connection to make it more secure go to tools menu go to internet options and go to privacy and it says block all cookies
mac and pc security keys are not interchangable. I suggest not using a a key for both units. You can reset the router by unplugging it for 1 minute. or you gain access to the router through the web address. 192.168.1.1 Type this into the address bar to gain access to the router.
type 192.168.1.1 in search bar Name : admin Pass: admin Wireless > Wireless Security Security Mode =WEP Enter name in paraphase It geneates codes If your using a laptop with wireless copy all the codes down I don't remember which one is right but when you try to connect on the laptop enter all separately and the one that works is the code that is required if someone trys to gain access to your internet..
Passkeys need to match in both the router/access point and the wireless adapter attempting to communicate with it. Whoever configured the router should be able to supply the WEP/WPA passkey / passphrase / network key If your router does not have a passkey ... you are attempting to attach to the wrong wireless router. (if that is the case you should consider assigning WEP/WPA security to your wireless networl (router/accesspoint and adapters)