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I cannot find the 26 hex keys or the Passphase.

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Are you looking for the wireless network key or password ?
Is there any computer online using the router.
If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router.
If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer.
router set up page is the page where you can check all the router settings.
You will find the wireless network key or password on the set up page of the router.

Click Here for step by step instructions

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What is my WEP hex key?


your 26 digit WEP key will be printed on a label on the 2wire modem.
It's actually 13 HEX digits, but if you don't know what hex is, it's easier to just say it's a 26 digit number.

Jun 20, 2011 | 2wire (2701HG-B) Wireless Router

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How to setup WEP on an SMCD3GN Wireless Cable Modem Gateway 1. Log into the...


How to setup WEP on an SMCD3GN Wireless Cable Modem Gateway

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1. Log into the router. To do this you will need to open your web browser and enter http://192.168.0.1

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2. You will need to log in to the router. The Default Username and Password:
User Login
Username: cusadmin.
Password: password
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3. Next click on [WIRELESS] link on the Side Navigation bar.

4. Select [WEP] from the [SecurityMode] drop-down menu.

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You can choose between standard 64-bit or 12b-bit encryption keys. Below are the configuration options for 64-bit WEP. A passphrase or a manual key can be used

NOTE: To enter a manual WEP key you will need to enter hexadecimal values (A-F and 0-9). Example: 64-bit hexadecimal keys are exactly 10 characters in length. (123654ACDE is a valid strong of 10 characters for 64-bit encryption).

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To automatically generate a 64-bit WEP key, enter in a Passphrase (keyword- ex. homegateway). And click the [Generate Keys] option. Once you do this, the Gateway will dynamically generate 4 keys. Simply configure the Default Key to the one key that you will be using across your network.

5. Select the Open System, Shared Key or Automatic from the [Authentication] drop-down menu. Note in most cases you want it set to Automatic.

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For more security, you can use 128-bit WEP encryption. To use this mode, select the [128 bit (26 hex digits)] from theWEP Key Length drop-down menu option and the configuration section will be displayed. 128-bit encryption requires a longer key than 64-bit encryption. Keys are defined by entering in a strong in HEX (hexadecimal- using characters 0-9, A-F) or ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange – alphanumeric characters) format. ASCII format is provided so you can enter a string that is easier to remember. The ASCII string is converted to HEX for use over the network. You can manually enter in the 26-digit hexadecimal key.

Example: 128-bit hexadecimal keys are exactly 26 characters in length. ( 234FEDCBA12340013333389319 is a valid string of 26 characters for 128-bit encryption).

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NOTE: If you are having a difficult time getting the wireless connection up after enabling WEP- Please confirm that you have configured the SAME WEP key on both the Gateway and Client card.

6. Click the [Apply] button to save your settings

on Feb 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I obtain the WEP Code for this Router? I'm trying to hook up my Internet capable LCD TV


Step 1 Log into the web configuration of the router by opening up a web browser and typing in the IP address of the router (192.168.0.1).

Click here if you cannot access the web-based configuration.

Step 2 Enter your username (admin) and your password (blank by default). Click OK . Click the Home tab and click the Wireless button on the left hand side of the screen.

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Step 3 Select Enable next to the WEP radio buttons. For WEP encryption select 64, 128, or 256-bit encryption. For the Key type select HEX. If you have an option for Authentication type, select Shared Key.

Step 4 Select Key 1. Enter a Hex encryption key that you make up. The length of the encryption key will depend on what you selected under WEP Encryption.

  • 64-bit encryption 10 characters
  • 128-bit encryption 26 characters
  • 256-bit encryption 58 characters (available on DI-614+ only)


  • The encryption key is HEX, meaning 0-9 and A-F are valid characters. For example, A4583DFF1A (64-bit HEX key).

    Step 5 Click on the Apply button then click on the Continue button to save your settings.

    Note: If using non-D-Link adapters, please refer to the manufacturer´s documentation on enabling encryption.

    How do I enable encryption on my D-Link adapters?


    If you need more help come back.Post /thumbs / testimonial are welcome!

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    I can get into the GUI of the router so I have the correct password. However after I have set up the WEP encryption it then asks me the password again and will not accept what I put in.


    Hello, and thanks for using FixYa.

    you can't put just anything into the password field, depending on if the password is set to HEX or ACII you have a certain amount of letters or numbers that you must enter, and if it is hex you are limited to 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 A B C D E F.

    64bit key is around 5 ACII (normal letters) Or 10 Hex digits
    128bit key is around 13 ACII or 26 Hex digits

    2 hex digits = 1 ACII letter.

    And so on. Generate a high security key for the lenght that you want from
    http://www.andrewscompanies.com/tools/wep.asp


    Please let me know if you require further assistance or if you have any questions.
    Thanks,
    Ekse


    If it helps, go ahead and click on the 4 thumbs and leave a short comment. As this is the free side of fixya, the comments are the only reward I can get for helping people like you who use the free services.

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    Are trying to enter the WEP key and it is not allowing any more the 5 characters (please input 64 bit WEP encryption and Five ASCII Characters))


    It is recommended to enable encryption on your wireless router before your wireless network adapters. Please establish wireless connectivity before enabling encryption.

    Note: Your network will slow down and wireless signal may degrade when enabling encryption due to the added overhead.

    Step 1 Log into the web configuration of the router by opening up a web browser and typing in the IP address of the router (192.168.0.1).

    Click here if you cannot access the web-based configuration.

    Step 2 Enter your username (admin) and your password (blank by default). Click OK . Click the Home tab and click the Wireless button on the left hand side of the screen.

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    Step 3 Select Enable next to the WEP radio buttons. For WEP encryption select 64, 128, or 256-bit encryption. For the Key type select HEX. If you have an option for Authentication type, select Shared Key.

    Step 4 Select Key 1. Enter a Hex encryption key that you make up. The length of the encryption key will depend on what you selected under WEP Encryption.

  • 64-bit encryption 10 characters
  • 128-bit encryption 26 characters
  • 256-bit encryption 58 characters (available on DI-614+ only)

    The encryption key is HEX, meaning 0-9 and A-F are valid characters. For example, A4583DFF1A (64-bit HEX key).

    Step 5 Click on the Apply button then click on the Continue button to save your settings.
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    Printer will not accept the WEP encription code during setup wizard. We have double checked the code and it is correct


    you may have been putting the passphrase and not the hexadecimal equivalent network key. you should be inputing hex chars (0-9, A-F).

    For 64-bit WEP: 10 hex characters
    For 128-bit WEP: 26 hex characters

    Hope this helps!

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    Wireless is not secure


    Step 1 Log into the Router

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    by entering it’s IP address into a browser. The default IP address is http://192.168.1.1. At the login, enter your username (admin) and password (admin).
    Step 2 Click on “Wireless” on the left hand side then click on “WEP” at the top of the page.
    tew-432brp_f_1.jpg Step 3 Enter in the desired encryption values then click “Apply”.
    Examples:
    Authentication type:WEP WEP
    Type: Open
    System Mode: Hex WEP
    Key: 64-bit Key 1: 0000000000
    Note: For WEP you can choose ASCII or HEX modes.
    64bit ASCII = 5 digit ASCII key.
    64bit HEX = 10 digit HEX key. (Can only use letters A~F and numbers)
    128bit ASCII = 13 digit ASCII key.
    128bit HEX = 26 digit HEX key. (Can only use letters A~F and numbers)
    You can also choose WPA

    Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) is becoming the wireless security standard. It is a higher level of security than WEP that combines encryption and authentication to create an unbreakable level of protection. For small office and home users the WPA preshared key (WPA-PSK) is the easiest set up and does not involve a Certificate Authority Server, which is recommended for small and large business customers. Once the preshared key is set-up on each network device, every packet sent over the wireless network will receive its own encryption key under the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP). A key benefit to WPA is that it is backward compatible with WEP-only devices. For those users looking to ensure those who share keys are who they claim to be a Certificate Authority Server or RADIUS Server can be added. This requires a more complicated set-up and is not recommended for smaller networks. Also, one thing to note is that WPA adds to the packet size, typical transmissions will take longer.'); return false">WPA
    -PSK. The key must be between 8~64 digits.
    Authentication type: WPA

    Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) is becoming the wireless security standard. It is a higher level of security than WEP that combines encryption and authentication to create an unbreakable level of protection. For small office and home users the WPA preshared key (WPA-PSK) is the easiest set up and does not involve a Certificate Authority Server, which is recommended for small and large business customers. Once the preshared key is set-up on each network device, every packet sent over the wireless network will receive its own encryption key under the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP). A key benefit to WPA is that it is backward compatible with WEP-only devices. For those users looking to ensure those who share keys are who they claim to be a Certificate Authority Server or RADIUS Server can be added. This requires a more complicated set-up and is not recommended for smaller networks. Also, one thing to note is that WPA adds to the packet size, typical transmissions will take longer.'); return false">WPA
    -PSK
    Passphrase: omg laserbeams pew pew pew
    Confirm passphrase: omg laserbeams pew pew pew

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    I am attempting to secure my network through this router which at this time is open for the whole neighborhood to see


    Here are the diffenent types of Security Settings possible with a wireless router: (how to set this depends on the brand of router)

    Security Mode: You may choose from Disable, WEP, WPA-Personal, WPA2-Personal, WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise, or RADIUS. All devices on your network must use the same security mode in order to communicate.
    Capture(wlansec.wpapersharekey) WPA Personal:
    Capture(helpwpa.phase8) WPA Algorithm: You may choose from TKIP or AES.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase9) WPA Pre-Shared Key: Choose a unique key to authenticate with other devices on your network. The Pre-Shared Key must be between 8 and 63 characters in length.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase10) Group Key Renewal: This settings determines how often your group key changes.


    Capture(wlansec.wpa2persharekey) WPA2 Personal:
    Capture(helpwpa.phase11) WPA2 Algorithm: You may choose from AES or TKIP+AES. Choose TKIP+AES if you have both WPA and WPA2 devices on your network.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase12) WPA2 Pre-Shared Key: Choose a unique key to authenticate with other devices on your network. The Pre-Shared Key must be between 8 and 63 characters in length.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase13) Group Key Renewal: This settings determines how often your group key changes.


    Capture(wlansec.wparadius) WPA Enterprise:
    Capture(helpwpa.phase14) WPA Algorithm: You may choose from TKIP or AES.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase15) RADIUS Server Address: The IP address of your RADIUS server.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase16) RADIUS Server Port: The port your RADIUS server uses.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase17) Shared Secret: The shared secret set on your RADIUS server.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase18) Key Renewal Timeout: Determines how often your keys should be renewed.


    Capture(wlansec.wpa2radius) WPA2 Enterprise:
    Capture(helpwpa.phase19) WPA2 Algorithm: You may choose from AES or TKIP+AES. Choose TKIP+AES if you have both WPA and WPA2 devices on your network.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase20) RADIUS Server Address: The IP address of your RADIUS server.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase21) RADIUS Server Port: The port your RADIUS server uses.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase22) Shared Secret: The shared secret set on your RADIUS server.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase23) Key Renewal Timeout: Determines how often your keys should be renewed.


    Capture(wlansec.wep) WEP:
    Capture(helpwpa.phase24) Default Transmit Key: The key you would like to use for transmitting WEP keys.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase25) WEP Key Bit: You may select from 64-Bit or 128-Bit encryption.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase26) Passphrase: You may enter a passphrase consisting of any keyboard character to be used to generate a hex WEP key. Passphrase option is only supported when you are only using Linksys devices on your network.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase27) Key 1-4: You may enter a WEP key manually. You must use only hex characters (0-9 and A-F). 64-Bit WEP requires 10 hex characters. 128-Bit WEP requires the use of 26 hex characters.


    Capture(wlansec.radius) RADIUS:
    Capture(helpwpa.phase28) RADIUS Server Address: The IP address of your RADIUS server.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase29) RADIUS Server Port: The port your RADIUS server uses.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase30) Shared Secret: The shared secret set on your RADIUS server.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase31) Default Transmit Key: The key you would like to use for transmitting WEP keys.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase32) WEP Key Bit: You may select from 64-Bit or 128-Bit encryption.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase33) Passphrase: You may enter a passphrase consisting of any keyboard character to be used to generate a hex WEP key. Passphrase option is only supported when you are only using Linksys devices on your network.
    Capture(helpwpa.phase34) Key 1-4: You may enter a WEP key manually. You must use only hex characters (0-9 and A-F). 64-Bit WEP requires 10 hex characters. 128-Bit WEP requires the use of 26 hex characters.

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    Linksys wireless card with ASUS WL520g Router - encryption error


    you have changed the network key, but why update the username and password as it should always be the same which is the one supplied to you to connect to your service providers connection, assuming you mean the security key, go to your pc and search for your network again, as it will be trying to connect to a non existant unsecured router. When it searches and finds the networks in your area, choose yours click connect and the enter password window should pop up to be entered. Go to your browser and clear old temp files and cookies in tools, internet options, restart pc and you should assuming you have put the correct settings in be online.

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