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05-28-2011 10:07 PM
At the bottom of your router, there should be a sticker that shows your network name (SSID) as well as the password to your network (WEP Key). Give them those two pieces of information and they can connect to the network. If the sticker isn't there, tell us which router you're currently using and we can help you get the key or set a new one.
06-02-2011 11:13 AM
How can visiting friends link their computers to my wireless network when it is password-protected and I don't know what the password is?!
Logon to the router in admin mode and set thw wireless security yourself to whatever ssid and password and form of the security YOU like and then give that info to your friends
If you don't know how to logon to the router in admin mode push the reset to default button on the back of the router and hold for 10 seconds.
enter http://192.1687.1.1 in your browser and at the prompt enter admin as the userid and then choose a password of your choice.
Select the wireless tab at the top
select basic security
enter an ssid of your choice
select encyption method - I'd suggest wpa/2
See Step 6 write down your wireless settings
Select advanced security settings
select your security, authentication type and encryptyion algorithm
I'd suggest wpa and wpa2, pre-shared key and aes
fill in the preshared key with whatever you want
Rember Step 6 and write down the key before you forget it
Give the ssid and pre-shared key to the people you want to allow access to.
08-02-2011 11:45 AM
08-02-2011 01:40 PM
I am trying to access my nework from my LG blue ray wireless dik player. It is asking meto select the wordless network security and giving me the following choices: WEP, WPA-PSK(AES),WPA-PSK(TKIP),WPA-PSK(AES) or WPA-2PSK(TKIP).which do I
Unless you have changed the Wireless Security on the FiOS router, you'll be using WEP to connect the LG Player.
09-13-2011 03:01 AM - edited 09-13-2011 03:04 AM
Wep is the default for all but the latest Verizon modems'
However you should give real thought to switching to WPA2. WEP security is essentially a broken security encryption. The TKIP flavors are also somewhat broken so if given the choice you want WPA2-PSK(AES)
See the below verizon FAQ for the why and how to.