Question about Belkin (F6D3230-4) Router (F6D32304)
Use a hard wired computer or a computer which is going online with the same router.
if working wired and able to go online wired then make sure on router the Ethernet light is on (number 1,2,3,4 anyone ) open IE and type 192.168.2.1 on address bar (just number -no www or http://) you will find a GUI of router left side under wireless select security username and password - just hit submit you will find options like security type it could be wpa/wpa2 or wep , if you have there as wpa/wpa2 and box no 4 are starts (*) then at the very bottom uncheck the obscure PSK and you will be able to read the password .If security type is wep the just note the key 1 which will be your password
# password is case sensitive #
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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