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I need a WEP and passphrase for for my wireless router? Can you help me?

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You can go to this link for the steps how to setup and how to get the wep/wpa key that you need...
http://portforward.com/english/routers/wireless/2wire/2700HG-B/wireless.htm

Hope that helps...

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