07-14-2008 11:53 PM
07-15-2008 12:09 AM
Setting up your wireless connection in your router.
*** Step #5 = you can choose the type of encryption that fits your set-up, the example I give is: WPA/TKIP+AES
***Also Pay close attention to the security and security key information and make sure it matches. (What is entered in the router must be entered in the computer.
1.Open Internet Explorer and type 192.168.1.1 into the address bar.
2.You will now get a sign-in box, User Name = (Leave Blank)
Password = admin (all lower case letters)
3.Once the set-up page opens, click on the Wireless Tab as you will need to change the settings. A) Wireless Network Mode = Mixed
B) Wireless Network Name (SSID) = Choose any name and do not use Linksys.
C) Wireless Channel = 1, 6 or 11 is best, so see which work best for you.
D) Wireless SSID Broadcast = Enabled.
4. Now go to the bottom of the page and click on save settings.
5. Click on the Wireless Security Sub tab.
A) Security Mode: WPA
B) WPA Algorithms: TKIP + AES
C) WPA Shared Key: Type 24 letters, and numbers using lower and upper case letters
D) Group Key Renewal: 3600
6. Once again go to the bottom of the page and click on Save Settings.
7. Now you can close out of this page.
8. You will now need to enter the security info into your computer. I will now give you 2 links, depending which operating system you have, Vista or XP you will follow the one you have.
Now try to make a wireless connection.
07-15-2008 12:16 AM
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11-24-2011 09:41 AM
My router appears to refuse to accept WPA2 Personal or Enterprises. When I select WPA2 the router simply refreshes the display back to WEP. Any suggestions? FYI, I just uploaded the 8.2 firmware successfully.
02-23-2012 11:43 AM
I have tried and tried to go from WEP to WPA it never works cant connect. Im not a novice I cant seem to figure out why. Had to go back to WEP Linksys want 29 bucks just for a chat. Last Linksys product for me. WRT160N