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if your connecting all your computers wirelessly then you can setup encryption for your wireless network. login to your router from a browser. go to 192.168.1.1 click on wireless click on wireless security set security mode to wpa2/wpa mix mode. set the passphase. this will be the password you required to authenticate to your wireless network. click save settings. all wireless devices will need to be reconfigured to the new passphase/password in order to use your secured wireless network.
using internet explorer browse to http://192.168.1.1
if u dont remember the default login it is blank and the password is admin
go to wireless button and click on wireless security.
the passphase will be display there if u have it setup as WEP or WPA.
You can locate your Wi-Fi passphrase when log in at the router's settings page, in the Wireless section - security. In case at your router is indicated with ****** or ooooooo you have to reset it at factory defaults with the proper button.
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The passphrase is a way of setting up the encryption code in the wireless router. This is used to protect your wireless router from unauthorized access.
The passphrase is configured in the router wireless configuration and this configuration is applied to the wireless card in the laptop/computer to allow the laptop/computer to connect to the wireless router.
Please click on this link and follow my instruction to configure your wireless router and wireless card in the laptop/computer :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Are you looking for the wireless network key or password ? Is there any computer online using the router. If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router. If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. router set up page is the page where you can check all the router settings. You will find the wireless network key or password on the set up page of the router.
Hi, the model number of the product which u have is FS105. Please note that this is just a wired switch and has nothing to do for wireless connection or passphrase. Let us know which wirless router is being used on your network?
If you dont remember your passphrase or network key, you need to access the router page to check the router wireless settings. make sure that your computer is directly connected to the router to check your passphrase
Step 1: Access the router’s web-based setup page Step 2: When the router’s web-based setup page appears, click Wireless Step 3: Click Wireless Security and take note of the current Security Mode Step 4: You will see your wireless network key or passphrase on this window