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Hello,
You need your PC connected to the Router via cable, then open Internet Explorer.
In the Address bar type 192.160.100.1 and press enter, for login enter admin and for password enter motorola, now you should see a Motorola window with all the settings.

On the left side select Wireless, a different window will appear.

In the Security Mode field, select WPA and click Apply.
Skip the portion about WEP and go below.

Under WPA CONFIGURATION, for WPA Encryption choose TKIP and for WPA Authentication choose Local (WPA-PSK)

Under Local there is WPA Passphrase, here enter your desired password; try not to forget the password in the future or you have to repeat the steps above, also try to use a combination of letter and numbers.

Click on save changes and you have finish, now you can close explorer.

Please let me know if you need additional help.

regards

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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