It's a simple solution! Look on the back of the router. You will be able to see the login and password on the back. Just reset the router and use the default login and password which are located on the back of the router. :)
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If you are asking for the Wi-Fi password, that is unique to the user who initially set it up. You can reset the router but following the manufacturer instructions and holding the reset button down in the back. This will erase all settings on the router.
If you forgot your wireless password you can take a pin-sized object and hold down the button located in a small hole that is likely labeled "reset" for a few seconds to reset the router to its factory defaults. This will reset your password, but in some cases will require you to call your cable company to re-instate internet access. Hope this helps.
You can reset the Belkin back to the default settings by - Press and hold the pinhole RESET button with a paper clip then power uo the Belkin. Release the RESET button after approx. 15 secs then the router will boot up. Open up a browser and enter the Belkin configuration URL http://192.168.2.1 The default PW = blank (just press enter)
Do you mean the password for the wireless network or the password for the router.
If you don't know the wireless network key or the password then you will need to access the router set up and you will find the wireless password there.
If you don't know the password to access the router then you will need to reset the router and reconfigure the router.
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Go to your router thru your browser just like a real web site. (my Belkin is: http://192.168.2.1/index.html) From there log in. Default password is blank/no password. After logging in you will find the area to create passwords.
Just simply type 192.168.1.1 on the address bar on your browser.
And login to the router, after you've been logged in, click wireless tab. And security sections, there you will able to add/change anything in your router. Recommended also that you change your router login password.
the only way to bypass it is to reset all your settings: 1. find the reset button (it's a small hole the size of a sharp pencil) 2. press on the rest button for at least 10 sec. 3. login with the factory default login.
What is the brand of the router your using? This information will be from the router that you have. Use a wired connection from the router,check your default gateway (ipconfig) and type that numbers in your address bar. You will be able to access your set-up page, look for wireless tab and look for wireless security. You will see there your WEP key.