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Please open the configuration page of your router by typing your router's IP address on a browser's address bar. Router's IP address is the default gateway when you check the IP address on the command prompt. As soon as you are on the login page, type the user name and password. Look for the wireless settings tab. SSID is the router's wireless network name. Replace the SSID of the name you want for your wireless network and apply the changes.

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SOURCE: need network key for belkin g+ router 802.11g

if you own the router and you don't know the network key or forgot it.
you need to reset your router, please check the intructions that came with it. if you haven't change the admin password (which is by deafult blank) go into the admin page and change or delete the network password doing something similar to this
if you don't have or can't remember the admin password you need to restore the router to defaults to reconfigure it

if you don't own the router and don't know the network key you need to ask the router owner for the key or use a program to hack into the router signal and attempt to figure the key out. (not recommended as it is ilegal)

Posted on Dec 25, 2009

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Ip adresses are SIMPLE to find, it doesn't matter what router you have, unless you are looking for local ip which doesn't seem you stated it

You could find your ip in theese following sites

www.ip-adress.com
www.ipchicken.com
www.whatsmyip.org
www.whatsmyip.net

Hope this helped!

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SOURCE: network key for belkin router

are you referring to the Encryption key - the WEP key?  You need to get that from the person who takes care of the router.  If YOU are the person who administers the router, then you need to reset it to the default factory settings.  

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2. Change the SSID name from what it was previously say from Belkin xyz to my router.
3. Power down the router wait about 30 seconds then power it back up.
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6. Unplug wired connection start wifi and connect to your computer -make sure that you have full internet access from you computer - dont forget you need to connect to the newly renamed router.
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  1. Log-in to your router (default: 192.168.2.1)
  2. Go to LAN Settings
  3. Change Local Domain Name to a name of your liking.
  4. Click Apply Changes.
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If you have any more questions or this is not clear to you, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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