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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.
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You can find the Wireless Network Security key after login to the Router from the Wireless settings of the Router.

Please refer the User Guide of the Router for the instruction to login to the Router or provide the information about the Router (like model number of the Router) so that we can provide the instruction to login to the Router.

Also, you can find the Wireless Network Security Key by using any third party utility like "Wireless Key Viewer" to scan and view the saved Wireless key in the Computer.


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