Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
If you are referring to password protecting your Linksys router; please follow these steps.
On a computer connected to the linksys now.
Click the link below
On the page that comes up, it will ask for a username and password.
type in admin for the password, leave the username blank
You are inside the router..
Click on wireless, then right under it click on wireless security.
Where it says authentication, click it and change it to wpa2 psk
Where it says, PSK / Passphrase / Or Network key .. There is a text box to the right
In that text box is where You will have to type in a new password, and click apply / save settings.
Then.. The router will restart..
You have now set your wireless password.
Let me know how this worked out for you. If my solution helped you, please rate this solution!
It doesn't cost anything and only takes a second, but it is greatly appreciated.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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