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I cant secure my wireless network. a website told me to type in 192.168.0.1 and it brings d-link page and tells me to type in a login name and password. The back of my router tells me to type in "admin" for the login and leave the password blank. i did that and it took me back to the same page. What should i try now?

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I'm having de same problem I'm in there but it refused to save de password I'm so frustrated HELLLLP

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You need to log into the wireless router either by a computer that successfully connects wirelessly or by physically connecting with an ethernet cable. Once connected, log into the router by open a web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari), and typing the router's address (usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1) into the Address (or URL) line. The default usernameand password is usually "admin" & "admin" or "admin" & "password". Once successfully logged in, look for a tab or link that says "Wireless" or "Security". You'll be able to change whether security is enabled or disabled, and the password associated with it. Your security options are WEP or WPA (or WPA-PSK). WPA-PSK is the most secure, but WEP is also an acceptable choice. Select the security option of your choice and either enter text into the passphrase generator or choose your own password and type it into one of the security key text fields. If you use a password that is not a plain english combination of letters and numbers, be sure to write it down so that you can enter it as needed on other wireless devices that need to access your router (ie-pda phones, game consoles, laptops, desktops, etc). Be sure to save changes so that the security settings and password is saved.
Let me know how you make out.

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Hot to secure my router from my neighbors using them. thanks


click this link to open the router login http://192.168.1.1/

When asked for username use admin and password leave it empty
then goto

SETUP -> WIRELESS SETUP -> MANUAL WIRELESS CONNECTION SETUP -> WIRELESS SECURITY MODE and select "Enable WPA > WPA -> WPA Key -> create your own password and save now if you want to access the Wireless connection you will have to enter the WPA key you just created.

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How to check the wireless settings on your Linksys router


Do you need to know the wireless settings configured in your Linksys wireless router? This tip will you do this, I will show you how this can be done.

First, why do we need to know the wireless setting of your router?

Here are a few reasons why we need to know all of these:

  • We need to know the wireless settings if we wan to add a computer to the wireless network that you already have.
  • If we want to add a wireless devices like, wireless gaming adapters for your gaming system like Xbox.
  • You will also need to know the wireless settings of your network if you want your mobiles phones and other gadgets (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad,etc.) to get online through your wireless network.
What are the things we need to verify off of your router setup page? Here they are:
  • SSID - Wireless Network Name
  • Channel
  • Type of Security
  • Security code or password if there is one enabled.
Here are the steps on how this can be done:

  1. In your computer that is connected to the router, open your browser and type or copy and paste this link to the address bar http://192.168.1.1then hit return.
  2. A login box will pop-up asking for a user name and password. Just leave the user name field blank and type admin in the password field.
    Note:
    admin is the default password, if you can't login using the default password, you might have likely changed it during the initial configuration of your router.
  3. Once you are in the router Setup page, click on the tab at the top that says Wireless. In this page, you can get the following information.

    • Wireless Network Mode - This setting will allow you to choose if you want different types of wireless connection can be accepted by the router, you can choose B, G or Mixed. I recommend you leave it to Mixed.
    • Wireless Network Name / SSID - This is the field where you can put in the name you want for your network.The name you will set here will the name that your router will be broadcasting. By default your router uses the name "linksys". Imagine if the rest of your neighbors has the same brand of router.
    • Wireless Channel - This is the channel or frequency your router is operating on. This can be changed if you are having intermittent issues with your wireless network.
    • Wireless SSID Broadcast - This is one setting that is worth checking. If this is disabled, your router is still operating but the name of your network will be hidden. It's recommended to leave it enabled.

  4. Then click on the sub-tab under the Wireless tab that says Wireless Security. In this page, you will be able to verify the following information about your wireless network security.

    • Security Mode - By default this is set to Disabled. And these are the common security type used or enabled in a small office, home office netowrk.

    • WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) - If this is the type of security that is enabled in your router, you need to look for the "Default Transmit Key" or "Default Tx Key" this will tell you what key you need to use from the list of keys available. See image below for reference.

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    • WPA Personal (WI-FI Protected Access) - if this the security that you will see, you need to take note of the "WPA Shared Key" this is the password for your wireless netowrk. You can change this any time, and it should be a minimum of 8 characters. Note: If you change your password for the wireless, you wireless computer and other wireless devices that were able to connect fine prior to changing the password, may need to be reconfigured or reconnect and use the new password.

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    I hope that this will help you readers out there. Thank you for dropping by.

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How do i set security for lynksys router/wrt54g


First you need to login to your router! To do that you will need your IP address. This will typically just be 192.168.1.1. Open a web browser (internet explorer, firefox, chrome, etc.) now type 192.168.1.1 into the address bar to bring up the login window for your router.
-----If the login window does not show up then that is the incorrect IP Address, so get on a computer that is plugged into the router by an ethernet cable and go to Start, click on Run and in the Run window type CMD and press enter to bring up the command prompt. In Vista or Windows 7, go to the Start Orb and type CMD into the Search bar, then right click on CMD in the pop up window and select Run As Administrator. Now that you're in command prompt, type IPCONFIG /ALL and press enter, now look for Default Gateway (that's the ip address of your router). Write that IP Address down and type it into a web browser.

Now that you're at the login window of your router, type in your login information. If you never changed your login information then the default information should be
Password = admin
(leave the username blank)
-------If you do not remember changing the login information, but a blank username and a password of admin does not work, then that means that SOMEONE put on a password, so you will have to reset your router by pressing on the reset button on the back of your router for 30sec, you will need a ballpoint pen or a paperclip to press on the button as it is very very small and recessed. Once reset, the login information should be no username and a password of admin.

Now that you're logged into your router, head over to the Administration tab and set up a new login password for the router so no one can login to it, except for you. You will have to type in a password that you make up, confirm it by typing it again, and then click on Save Settings at the bottom. Now a login window will pop up and you must type in your password that you just set.

Now click on the Wireless tab, in the Basic Wireless Setting subtab,set wireless network mode to Mixed. Create an SSID, this is the name of your wireless network basically. Leave Wireless Channel on 6. Now you can Enable or Disable Wireless SSID Broadcast. If you leave it Enabled, ANYONE within range of your network will be able to see it and if they want to try to break in they will have an easier time since they know the name of the network. However, if you Disable it, you will have to tell all of your wireless computer's the name of your network so that they can find it. That really isn't a big issue though since you're going to be typing in a WPA key on all of your wireless computers anyway. Now that you're done on this screen, click Save Settings at the bottom.
On the Wireless Security subtab, select WPA2 Personal for Wireless Mode. WPA Algorithms should be TKIP+AES. WPA Shared key is basically the password that all wireless computers will need in order to login to your wireless network, I stongly suggest you make it complicated with lower-case, upper-case, numerical, and special characters, i.e. iL!k3P1#, but don't use that as it is all over the internet now. Write down your shared key and store it somewhere safe. Leave Group Key Renewal at 3600sec. Now that you're done on this page Click Save Settings at the bottom.
Now you're done....Unless you want to go nuts and use MAC filtering. To do that, you will have to find the MAC address of every wireless piece of equipment, retrieve it's MAC address (that can be done in command prompt on computers, using the IPCONFIG /ALL command), type them into the MAC FIlter List and tell it to Permit Only PCs list to access the wireless network.
Anyway, now that you're all secure, your wireless equipment probably lost connection, so now you need to go to all your wireless computer/printers and set up new wireless connections using your new login informaiton.
Go to Start, click on Control Panel, in Control Panel click on Network Connections or Network and Sharing. Now click on Manage Wireless Networks, select Add, and then Manually create one by providing the information you created in your router. Remember SSID and Network Name are the same thing basically.
Hope this helps! If not, comment back and let us know!

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I'm trying to locate my wep key for my netgear wireless router


If you have a wireless computer already attached to your network and operating on it, then download this program http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&softwareitem=mp-88884-1 onto that computer, install and runn it. Once you tell it it "Start" it will scan, then you need to press on Advanced Tools. On the Advanced Tools page, click on Retrieve WPA/WEP Key.

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To find your IP address for your router, you can use that program I told you to download, on a computer that has a direct Ethernet connection to your router. It will show you your Default Gateway (your router's IP Address) in the Advanced Tools window on the right+hand side.
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launch a suitable web browser and direct it to the IP address of the
Router. Type in http:// followed by the default IP address, 192.168.1.1 in the address bar of the browser. The
URL in the address bar should read: http://192.168.1.1
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http://www.smc.com/files/AG/MN_SMCWBR14-G2.pdf

Keeping others from connecting to your router:
1. Have an "wired only" router login access or for this router "change and disable your SSID". This way you avoid that others can login to
to the router changing your settings: See page 48 of the manual.
1.1 Wireless Network Name (SSID): change the default name SMC
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1.2 Broadcast Wireless Network Name: change from default ENABLE
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2.2 See page 91 for entering and saving your secure key: the password
that must be entered to get access to the router.

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Cant find Security Key


To find the Wireless security key you have to login to your wireless router's control panel.

Disconnect your modem and other devices from your wireless router and connect your laptop/PC to your wireless router through ethernet port ( keep your ip settings to automatic in network settings of your Laptop/PC) then type the ip number 192.168.0.1 in your web browser's address bar.

Here you are you will get the login page of your router.Default login id is "admin" and password is "password" if this password is wrong then try with the password "admin".

After logging into the page you will find the wireless security tab.in that you can find your security key.

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If unsure of your network key try to reconfigure your wireless network again.

Access the configuration page of your router. type on the address bar 192.168.0.1
On login type Admin leave password blank. if you set up a >password or the login page use that one.
>Once inside the Dlink Page
>Go to setup and on the left side click wireless setting.
>If given the option to click on manaul wireless connection setup click on it.
>Once you have the wireles window
>try to change the network name and scroll down
>Under security choose WPA security (enhanced)
>Scroll down and under the Passphrase type in your new network passwork or security key and confirmed it.
>Click on Save Settings
>If it asked your to reboot then reboot if not its ok

>Using your laptop click start and go to "connect to" and click on your wireless network and connect to it and along the way it will prompt you to enter your network key or password. This would be the same as your passphrase or pre-share key type in your network key.
> Once connected to your wireless network, Open an Internet browser to connect to the Internet.

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If you dont know your wpa network key try to reconfigure your wireless network again.

Access the configuration page of your router.
>Type on the address bar 192.168.0.1
>On login type Admin leave password blank. if you set up a password or the login page use that one.
>Once inside the Dlink Page
>Clik Setup and on the left side click wireless setting.
>If given the option to click on manaul wireless connection setup click on it.
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