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The only way to get the network key to connect to your wireless network is to access the router directly and either view or change the network key. it all depends on the model of your router what the IP address and user name and password to connect. You will need to connect directly to it via ethernet. If you give me the make and model of the router I can give you a more descriptive step by step on how to do that.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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