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Hi i got your issue ....i do understand that u need to secure ur network
Step 1: Connect the modem>>router>>computer
Step 2: Open the browser page and type http://192.168.2.1
Step 3: Towards the left below channel and ssid click on security
Step 4: Select the security mode as 64 bit wep and type any 10 numbers
Step 5: And then click on apply changes
You want to change the security settings on the router. For this you will need to access the router set up. Is there any computer connected to the router ? If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router. CLick here to know more about the router set up
configure that wireless router type the default ip in the browser e.g.
http://192.168.1.1 and enter the default userid admin and passwrod admin and than enable the wep and disable the dhcp if you dosent require to connect more system to your wireless network. enable the wireless security and enter the ssid code in it. This will secure your wireless connection to get access from outsider's ok
normally, if you configure the wireless security settings wirelessly, it will automatically disconnect you from the network. you have to input the security key on the laptop first before it connects you back to the network.
i suggest, if you really like to configure the settings of your router, get an ethernet cable, connect it directly to the laptop so you can access and configure the router settings and to avoid from being disconnected
You can directly connect your computer to the router thorugh the routers "internet" port and then re-run setup. OR you can type the IP address of the router into your address bar (the default is tipically 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1) and then enter the router username and password (I believe the Belkin default is username:"Admin" password:"Password") in the admin control planel look for a "wireless security" tab. You can then define your wirelss security settings there. Just remember to configre the same settings on all devices that will connect to the router.
when enabling wireless security the router and adapter must be both be configured and configured in a fashion that both support. If you need help provide confirmation of your wireless router's manufacturer and model and the same information for any wireless adapters or computers with built-in wireless adapters to be wirelessly connected.
This will allow us to determine the common security options for all wireless devices you have.