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Open a browser and type 192.168.1.1 into the address bar. This will link you directly to the router. A login and password screen should be displayed. The default user is admin with the password admin or a blank password depending on the release date. If you have changed this it will differ.
Once in the router menu, select the wireless tab and then the wireless security tab. This gives you options to secure. Select either wep or wpa and enter a passkey in which you want to use as you password. Write this down as it will be necessary to get on your network again.
Click save and connect once again to your network now using the wep or wpa code.
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