Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
WEP or WPA is a security sort of like a password to be able to connect to your router. Without this password you will not be able to connect and go online. To get the WPA or wep you need to access your router's set up page. Are you able to get online when directly connected to your router with a cable? If yes, connect ur computer back to the router using a cable, then click on start then click on run and type cmd then hit ok. Type ipconfig then press enter on the black screen assuming your using windows xp. Take note of the default gateway. Open the browser and type the default gateway numbers you take note on the address, no http or www, it will then ask you for username and password. Then from there you will be able to access your router's set up page. Look for a wireless tab then look for the security mode there either WEP or WPA and take note of the password or key.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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