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If you do not have the login to access the router's UI (user interface), then you must physically reset the router to factory default settings in order to regain access to the UI and to disable its wireless encryption. (Wireless encryption is not normally enabled w/ the default settings.)
If you would like to give us the router manufacturer, model number and version number, we can point you to where you can find the owner's manual for this router.
The manual will provide you w/ directions for reconfiguring your router.
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Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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