Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
To lock it, you need to password protect it.
On a computer connected to the linksys now.
Click the link below
On the page that comes up, it will ask for a username and password.
type in admin for the password, leave the username blank
You are inside the router..
Click on wireless, then right under it click on wireless security.
Where it says authentication, click it and change it to wpa2 psk
Where it says, PSK / Passphrase / Or Network key .. There is a text box to the right
In that text box is where You will have to type in a new password, and click apply / save settings.
Then.. The router will restart..
You have now set your wireless password.
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Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my iphone 3gs cannot connect
A wireless client has to support WPS ( wi-fi protected service) function in order to use to add the client to your WPS enabled Wireless Router. check the iphone user manual of your wireless client to see whether it supports the WPS function. If your wireless client does not support the WPS function, you have to configure your wireless client manually so it has the same SSID and wireless security settings, you could also go into the advanced wireless settings and enable WPS ( push and connect ) if your router has this option this is sort of specifically for things like mobile/cellular phones and ipods...hope this helps please vote thanks
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
Go to Menu. Go to Settings. Go to Wi-Fi settings. Instead of selecting
one of the available networks chose Enter other Wi-Fi network. Enter
the network (SSID) name. Make sure you pay close attention, it's case
sensitive. Then instead of entering the password go to advanced;
here you can choose the security type that your router uses. Then enter
the password and connect.
That's u are connected
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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