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1. Open your internet browser. 2. Type in 192.168.0.1 and press enter. 3. When prompted, type in admin for username and password for password. That should get you into all of the settings, where you can view your wireless network's SSID and security passphrase. 4. CHANGE your username and password. This is how hackers access your network!
log onto the router... put in address bar in Internet explorer 192.168.1.1 and put admin as the user and password or admin as the password. you should be able to see the passphrase and network keys under the wireless section.
From your PC (not your laptop):
Type CMD and press ENTER
Type IPCONFIG and press ENTER
Find the line stating "gateway 192.168.xxx.yyy"
Start Internet Explorer
Login to your router
Click the "wireless configuration" button
Set a new security-key or passphrase.
Now, try connecting wirelessly from your laptop, using the new security-key or passphrase.
To locate the passphrase or key you will have to log in to the web based settings page of the router. To do this you will have to be "wired" to the router and type into the address bar of an internet explorer window-192.168.1.1
This should prompt you to enter a username and password to log into the settings page of the router. The username and password should be admin. Once settings are opened the passphrase will be located under wireless security or just under the wireless tab. Let me know if this helps.
this is just easy.. what you should type is the encryption key only... if your security is wep, only the encryption key or key 1 is needed. if your security is wpa, only the passphrase is needed.. it is very CASE SENSITIVE.. but if you see that the name has changed to LINKYS_SES, then you have a problem there because your wireless settings has changed due to the button on your router which is the secure easy set-up on the upper left corner which is the cisco button.