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Router pass not working

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Wetzel267, Nov 18, 2011.

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  1. Wetzel267

    Wetzel267 Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    When i access my router via 192.168.1.1 and set my password to the password i want it saves the pass but for some reason on no computer i am able to connect with that password. Router is a Linksys/Cisco Wireless-B router.


    Thanks
     
  2. cwwozniak

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    Are you talking about two different passwords? One to access the administration and settings pages of the router and a different password that is the encryption key for the wireless connections?
     
  3. dlsayremn

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    What model LinkSys are you using?
    What type of security?

    Is this the administrative login password or the wireless security key.

    The password that is entered on the login page has nothing to do with wireless connections. It just controls access to the administration fuctions so noone can make unathorized changes to the router settings.

    If you are talking about the wireless security key, it must meet certain requirements based on the type of encryption you are using. Both the router and computer must be set fot the same type of security.

    User Guide for BEFW1154 Wireless B Router -
    http://homedownloads.cisco.com/downloads/userguide/BEFW11S4-v4_ug.pdf

    Discussion and instructions for wireless security starts on page 16.
     
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