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3347 Router Key

I need to get the key so I can install my wireless adapter software. How can I get that information quickly?

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If you mean to say, your WEP key or password(network key) to allow your computer to go online wirelessly, you need to access the Netopia's setup page via a browser. From there, you can go or click the wireless section/tab which will give your settings for your network like security key or network name.

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