Every router is equipped with a router utility that can be accessed using a Web browser. This allows you to manually set-up the router, but also make adjustments after you have initially set it up. Normally, the router is packed with a CD that assists you in setting up the wireless settings, but you can use the router utility instead.
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Things you need
- 2 Ethernet cables
- Internet modem
- Modem cable
Connect the modem cable from the wall jack to the Internet modem. If you have DSL, the modem cable will be a phone line. If you have cable modem or fibre optics, the modem cable will be a coaxial cable.
Connect an Ethernet cable from the back of the DSL modem to the WAN port on the Wireless G Router.
Connect an Ethernet cable from the computer to one of the four LAN ports on the Belkin Wireless G Router.
Open a web browser and type in "192.168.2.1", then click "Login" in the top right corner. Click submit without entering a password.
Click on "Connection Type" and make sure the router is set to "Dynamic."
Click on "Channel and SSID" and change the SSID to your desired network name.
Click on Encryption and enter your desired wireless key. If you choose 64-bit WEP, the key must be 10 characters long and use 0-9 and/or A-F. If you choose 128. bit WEP, the key must be 20 characters, but with the same parameters. Save the settings and then exit the router.
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