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I need to get into my router to change the settings/security because it was changed and now it is inaccessable.

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  • busyfixindap Jul 15, 2010

    have you tried pushing in the reset button on router

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There is a reset button on the rear or the router "a hole" push a paperclip of something thin for about 30 seconds and it with now have default settings, google your router model if you dont know what default name and password is

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Change unsecure to secure


Need more information about your router?
Who is the manufacturer?
What is the model number?
How many wired and wireless computers do you have in the network.

In order to secure your network, you will need to change the settings on your router.
Connect the computer to the router. Open the setup page.
Change the security settings.
Try this website to secure your WiFi at home

May 29, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How do i use password so that it will be inaccessible by other users aside from us?


You need to change the Security Options in the Wireless Settings page of your router. Check this video to see how to do just that. You can jump ahead to the 3:00 minute mark since you've already connected the hardware and are able to connect to the internet. At about the 4:07 minute mark are the details for the Security Settings section.

The video shows WPA2-PSK option being selected. This is fine, if all the wireless devices on your network support this level of security. Those that do not, will be unable to connect to your network through this device. In order to connect, you may have to settle for a less secure method. This method is WEP. WEP should only be used as a last resort, as it can be compromised fairly easily.

You will need to enter the same security settings entered here on the WNR1000's security page (including the SSID), in each and every device's setup page that will connect wirelessly through this router. Devices that connect via network cable, do not need wireless info or security entered.

I hope this helps!

Oct 26, 2010 | NetGear WNR1000 Router

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Security setting


wireless security
Is there any computer connected to the router ?
If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router.
Do not change any wireless settings on the router with the wireless computer.
you will need to connect the computer to the router with the Ethernet cable.
check the IP address of the computer.
open the router set up page of the router.
Here you can change the wireless settings of the router.
Now once you change the network anme and security on the router, you will need to connect to the wireless network on your wireless computers.
Click Here for step by step instructions

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How do you go about securing wireless network connection (linksys)


depends what security you require. just wep or wpa is simple and can be found in the security settings

Jul 18, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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I want to secure my wireless conection


to secure your wireless register for www.opendns.com it can help secure your router wireless internet try it now

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Wireless-B Router (wbr-100): how do i reset my security setting on my d link...


Is there any computer connected to the router ?
If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router.
Do not change any wireless settings on the router with the wireless computer.
you will need to connect the computer to the router with the Ethernet cable.
check the IP address of the computer.
open the router set up page of the router.
Here you can change the wireless settings of the router.
Now once you change the network anme and security on the router, you will need to connect to the wireless network on your wireless computers.
Click Here for step by step instructions

May 05, 2010 | Gateway Wireless-B Router (wbr-100)

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Just purchased iMac with Snow Leopard OS. Apple tech spt states WEP broadcasts incompatible with OS. Need to update router to WPA or WPA-2. How do I do this with DI-614+


Basically ypu will need to change the wireless settings of the router.
To change the wireless settings you will need to access the router set up page.
Is there any computer connected to the router? If not then you will need to connect one computer to the router with the cable. Open the set up page of the router and change the wireless settings of the router. When you change the wireless security settings, change the wireless network name also ( SSID ). Once you change the SSID and the security on the router, you will need to connect to the wireless network on all the wireless devices with the new network name and security
Click here for step by step instructions

Mar 21, 2010 | D-Link AirPlus DI-614+ Wireless Router

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Ip address wrong, showing 192.168.254.1


Hi,
Solution Overview
This article explains how you can avoid having to run the Wireless Configuration Utility or Wireless Setup Assistant (Macintosh) after making changes to the router's security settings. The need to change these settings can arise if users forget their network key/passphrase or router web server password or if you have security concerns.
Printer response to security settings changes
The printer will respond with a flashing orange (pattlnk_6172008_1844-orgblksml.gif) Wi-Fi indicator light after the following actions are performed on the network or router/access point (AP):

  • -A change to the Service Set Identifier (SSID) or network name.

  • -A change to the security type (none, WEP, WPA, or WPA2 personal).

  • -A change to the security network key/passphrase.

  • -A hard reset of the router followed by entry of security values that are different from the original values.

  • -The printer is moved to a network (AP) that has different security values but already has installed drivers and created ports. NOTE: Port reconfiguration may be required in this case. Click here for instructions.

In order to rejoin (associate and authenticate) the wireless network (WLAN), the wireless client (printer) has to be reconfigured with the router's new SSID, security type, and network key. This requires connecting the USB configuration cable to the host computer and running the Wireless Configuration Utility or Wireless Setup Assistant to apply the new security settings on the printer's wireless network adapter.
Solution: Change the printer settings first
Change the security settings on the printer while it is still communicating on the network before making the changes on the router. Understand that this will cause a temporary change in the Wi-Fi indicator light from pattlnk_6172008_1952-tn_grnsolproof.jpg to pattlnk_6172008_1844-orgblksml.gif. After you have made equivalent changes on the router, the printer's Wi-Fi indicator light will return to pattlnk_6172008_1952-tn_grnsolproof.jpg.
Procedure: How to change security settings via the embedded web server
If you change your AP security settings frequently, this procedure is for you.

  1. Open your web browser application and enter the printer IP address into the web address field, i.e. http://ip_address.

  2. Click on Configuration.

  3. Click on Wireless.

  4. Enter the SSID, security type/encryption, and network key that will be used to configure the router.

  5. Click Submit.

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Need to change password from previously changed password


To secure the wireless network or to change any settings on the router you will need to access the router set up interface.
Open the set up interface of the router . Make sure that your computer will be connected to the router with the Ethernet cable.

Once you open the set up page of the router , you will find the place to change the wireless settings of the router. In case of Linksys wireless router , you will see the Wireless Tab at the top.

SSID : It is the name of the wireless network. This name will be shown on your wireless computer or the wireless device so that you can identify your own wireless network. All the routers come with their factory default settings. For example , the Linksys router will come with the Linksys network name.
It will be better to change the wireless network name.


Wireless Security

Change the security mode to WEP. This security type is supported by all the operating system. When change the security mode to WEP, you will find the Network key box to type the network key. Do not type anything in the Passphrase box. Type your network key in the Key 1 Box. If you set the encryption to 65 bits, your network key will be 10 digit hexadecimal number. that means you can use the combination of 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and letters a,b,c,d,e,f only. remember it should be exactly 10.
If you set the Encryption to 128 bit, your network key will be the combination of 26 digits. You will need to remember the network key.

WPA

This is one of the most secured type of encryption.
Open the set up interface of the router. Change the wireless security mode to WPA personal. You will find the passphrase box. in this box you can type any password for your wireless network. The password should be the combination of number and letters and it should be 8 or more than 8 characters.
This security type is supported by WINDOWS XP SP2 and above Operating system.

WPA2
This is one of the highly secured type of encryption.
Open the set up interface of the router. Change the wireless security mode to WPA personal. You will find the passphrase box.In this box you can type any password for your wireless network. The password should be the combination of number and letters and it should be 8 or more than 8 characters. Keep the Algorithm to TKIP.
This security type is supported by WINDOWS VISTA and above.

Once you change the wireless settings on the router , try to connect to the new wireless network
Click Here for more info

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WEP to WPA


Ok, access your routers web management page.

From the menu on the left, select Wireless, then Encryption.

You should be able to change the settings there.

As im sure your aware, you will have to reconfigure the other 5 clients to use WPA after doing this. I would recommend having a least on client connected by ethernet to the router so that if changes make the wireless inaccessable, you can still access the routers configuration.

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