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What is point that you stucked? Have you connect the router at the modem? Have you connect the pc to the router with wire? What is your Operating system?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If this is a connection to a wireless router you set up, then the WEP or WAP key is what you put in originally. If this is a connection to an AT&T two wire that is in your home, the encryption key is on the bottom of the unit in brackets [ ]. If this is a neighbors wireless, then they will have the encryption key. You will have to see if they would like to share it with you.
If you have forgoten your wireless key, you can pull it off the router. The instructions to log in to each router is diffent, so I would need to know what brand of router you have.
I hope this was of some use. Comment back with any questions please.
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