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The wireless net work I was using is no longer accessible. The only network I can access is unsecure. How do I set up a new secure network with my WBR1310?

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Is this "unsecure" network your own network.. i.e your d-link router?

If so you can configure your router for security.

Please use link below, read carefully to find which is your rev

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