Question about 2wire (1000-100052-000) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
The numbers that you need to connect to your wireless network are determined by your router.
If you have security on your router, you need to use the same type of security on the adapter card. You will also need to know they key from the router.
If you don't know your router's key, you will need to login to the router to determine the key. You normally just need to login with your browser to the router. Because I don't know which router you have, I can't tell you the address of your router.
However, you can get the address of your router by going to a computer that uses the router. Following this series of commands
You can then look on the wireless settings to find your network key.
Hope that helps. Good luck.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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