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1. Open your internet browser. 2. Type in 192.168.0.1 and press enter. 3. When prompted, type in admin for username and password for password. That should get you into all of the settings, where you can view your wireless network's SSID and security passphrase. 4. CHANGE your username and password. This is how hackers access your network!
Access the setup page by opening internet explorer and typing 192.168.1.1 into the address bar. Press enter. Enter the username and password when prompted, default is a blank username and a password of admin. Click on the wireless security tab. Choose your security type (wep, wpa), give it a password, and hit save.
Use an Ethernet cable to connect a computer to any one of the four LAN ports of the NETGEAR router.
In a web browser, enter the router's IP address - either http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 by default.
When prompted for a Username and Password, enter the default username and password (admin; password) unless you have already changed it. NETGEAR recommends changing the default password to increase the security of your network.
Select Wireless Settings from the Setup menu in the left-hand navigation bar.
Under Wireless Network, enter your desired network name in the Name (SSID) box.
Under Security Options, select WPA-PSK [TKIP] + WPA2-PSK [AES].
Under Security Options (WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK), enter your desired network password into the Passphrase box.
WRITE DOWN or KEEP NOTE of your network name, security option and passphrase - you will require them to connect wireless computers and devices to your network.
Network Security pin is the WEP or WPA provided by your service provider, while configuring the Router. Please follow the below steps to get the WEP key.
1. Click Start -> Run -> type "cmd". Click OK. Command prompt screen will popup. 2. In the command prompt type "ipconfig" hit Enter. 3. Please make note of default gateway address (Eg. 192.168.1.1) 4. Open internet browser and type http://<default gateway address> (Eg. http://192.168.1.1) 5. You will be prompted to enter Router login Username and Password. (provided by service provider). Enter the username and password. 6. You will see the Router configuration page, then select the Wireless Tab; there you will see WEP / WPA key.
You need to change the wireless channel on your wireless router. Using your wired computer, open the router's setup page by going to internet explorer and type http://192.168.2.1 and press enter. It will prompt you for username and password. By default the username is admin and leave the password blank. Look for wireless tab and look for wireless channel. Change it to channel 11. Make sure to take note of the Wireless Security key as well under wireless security tab. Save the settings after changing the wireless channel. On you laptop, make sure to disable any firewall then try to reconnect to the wireles network.
You'll just need to enable wireless security. Do the following steps:
1. Using your main PC, open Internet Explorer. Type http://192.168.1.1 on the address bar the press enter. 2. It will prompt you for username and password. Leave it blank on username and type admin on the password box then hit Ok. Otherwise, try your own password if admin didn't work. 3. When you get to the router's Setup Page. Go to Wireless tab, then click the sub-tab Wireless Security. 4. For the Security Mode, select WPA-Personal. On the Passphrase or Shared key box, type your own password (8 letters minimum). Then click on Save Settings at the bottom. That's it, your network is secured now. Just remember your Passphrase or the Shared key, that is your wireless network password.
Make sure the same SSID and network key is configured on your PS3's wireless settings. To get the SSID and network key do the following steps.
1. Open your Internet Explorer and type http://192.168.1.1 on the Address Bar 2. It will prompt you for username and password. Type admin on the password, leave it blank for username. If admin password doesn't work, type your own password. 3. When you get to the Setup page of the router, go to Wireless tab. Take not of the SSID or the Wireless Network Name. 4. Now click the sub-tab Wireless Security that's under the Wireless tab. Take note of the Security Mode. If it is WPA-Personal, take note of the Shared Key or Passphrase. If the Security Mode is WEP, take note of the WEP key # 1.
5. Now all you need to do is access the Wireless Settings of your PS3 and configure manually the SSID and the Security Key. Then reboot the router and PS3. That should do it.
The Wireless Security of the router doesn't match your laptop's wireless settings. Make sure you configure the wireless security password correctly on the laptop. If you don't know your wireless password, try these steps:
-Connect your laptop hard wired to the router. -Open Internet Explorer and on the Address Bard type http://192.168.1.1 press enter. -It will prompt you for username and password. By default, there's no username and on the password type admin and hit OK. If admin didn't work, type your own password for the router. -When you get to the Setup page, click on Wireless Tab, then click the sub-tab Wireless Security. -Look for Security Mode. If Security Mode is WPA-Personal, the Passphrase is the wireless security key that you need to enter on the laptop's wireless settings. If the Security Mode is WEP, the WEP Key 1 is your wireless security key. Connect to the wireless network and type it in. That should solve your wireless connection problem.