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All I know is if you ring your internet provider then they have your network key. I know for example that if you have the internet via sky then the network key is available via your online access. Hope this is of some help. Leanne x
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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an Access point is to add Wireless to a LAN. (which is ok if you have a Router connected to your LAN).
if you have no Router, and only have an ADSL/Cable modem connected to a PC then you should have got a Router +ADSL/Cable modem instead of an Access point. you can get routers like this which also have wireless, so you get all the functionality in 1 box
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