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To set up a network key (password to access the network), follow these steps:
Open your browser and go to 192.168.0.1
Depending on your router's model number, the username/password combination will be different. Try admin/(blank), admin/admin, or user/(blank), where (blank) is not putting in a password at all.
If you look through the tabs and option pages, you will see a section for WEP or Network Key. A 64-bit WEP key is enough, you do not need a 128-WEP or a WPA key.
Make sure you apply the settings before closing the page.
Posted on May 01, 2008
My router is buffalo WHR-G54S, pls help me to set a password on my wifi, thanks
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