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I have my router setup hardwired to my desktop and wireless to my ROKU netflix reciever. I want to allow my son to connect to the wireless network with his laptop but he cannot connect. He connects to the wireless network at school but cannot at home. How do I allow him to connect?

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  • Tony Apr 08, 2011

    is your router secured?

    do you know the encryption password?

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On your browser. got 192.168.1.1
username = admin
password = password
then enable Broadcast SSID. This is the name of your wireless connection. You can name it anything.
You can also put WEP password to prevent others to connect to it.
tell your son to scan for network access again, then chose the name of the wireless connection you chose with the password.

Hope this helped you

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