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Network Security Key or WEP Key is peovided by your Router company.
You can call then and get the same>
If not if the operating system is WinXP then go to start> Run> Under run Type CMD> press ok> then in the black dos window> Type IPCONFIG.
Now you will see IP Address And Default gaetway>
Copy the default i.c192.168.1.0. and close this window.
No open a inter explorer window.
In the adress bar type http://192.168.1.0 and press enter>
It may ask for user name and password it should be Admin (User Name) Admin (Password) and hit OK>
You should now have the setup screen for your router. Go to the "wireless" tab and you should see your WEP key,
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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