Wireless Network Settings


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I set up my wireless network some time ago. I want to add a recently purchased PS3 to my network, but I can not find my WEP key. Is there any way to track this down on my existing network?

Thanks.
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Quote Quote by FredGarvin View Post
I set up my wireless network some time ago. I want to add a recently purchased PS3 to my network, but I can not find my WEP key. Is there any way to track this down on my existing network?

Thanks.
Go into your router admin area
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Yes, type your router's ip address into the address bar in your web browser.
If your not sure on what your router's ip address is open up cmd and type ipconfig /all .
Now that you have accessed the router, use the instructions to navigate your way to wireless settings or something along those lines.

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Wireless Network Settings


In your internet browser type 192.168.1.1 for most routers, or 192.168.0.1 for others.

Default password is usually "admin" or "password"
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Cool. Thanks guys. Much appreciated.


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