Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
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Posted on Aug 30, 2008
You can find your WEP Key in the router setup page.
You can try these steps to check the network key.
1. Use a computer that is directly connected to the router with a cable. then Open your Internet Explorer, Type http://192.168.1.1 then it will ask you for a username and password by default you leave the username blank and type admin for the password, if you have your own password put it in the password feild rather than using admin.
2. Once you are in the setup page of the router, click the Tab at the top that says Wireless, then in the tab Wireless, Under the tab Wireless Click the sub tab that says Wireless Security, If the security mode is set to WEP, check the Defaul TX Key, If its set to 1, the network key 1 at the bottom of the page is the WEP Key that you need.
Just reply to this post if you have any other problems.
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