Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
When you first installed your router, you used the "Wireless Networking Setup Wizard" to"
* set an SSID ("network-name") for your network.
* set an encryption-level. Hint: use 'WPA' or 'WPA2'.
* set a password or pass-phrase for your network.
Enter that password. Or, rerun that Wizard, to create new settings.
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an Access point is to add Wireless to a LAN. (which is ok if you have a Router connected to your LAN).
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