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Not sure what kind of router you have, but for many routers the default key is printed somewhere on the router, on a white sticker.
If you can't find it there, try checking the manufacturer's website.
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If you want to connect to the router wirelessly you need to know the SSID or the Name of the Router (Nework Name) and the Network Key or Wep Key. The Default Wep Key is the 10 digit key located on the bottom sticker of the router. It is near the Bar Code. You can also personalize the Network Key by simly accessing the router. I've listed the steps on how to access the router incase the Network Key on the sticker is not working.
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