Question about HP Photosmart C7280 Printer
Posted by Anonymous on
WEP or web encyption protocol is the encryption code used to protect wireless systems to stop others "borrowing" your broadband. If you haven't got one set up I suggest you do so. Use letters (upper and lower case mixed) and numbers. This is the code then that you give your printer. Make a not once you add it into your router and keep it safe.
An example of a WEP could be
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