Question about Computers & Internet
Hi, if its a wireless router you purchased from the store by default it is an open network (meaning it has no key) if you set a key and forgot it you can clear it by finding the reset hole and sticking a paper clip in there for about 30-60seconds.
Now if you got the wireless router from you broadband (DSL/CABLE) provider look underneath for a sticker. It will tell you the SSID and the key (usually WEP or WPA).
Posted on May 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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