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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Online' started by hotwaterbrogden, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. hotwaterbrogden

    hotwaterbrogden Master Commander

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    I know this is a weird question but i keep on connected to other peoples routers in my apartment building because they are unlocked. Myself and my roommates are connected to our own personal router and i want the Wii to connect to it but i cant seem to find the Network Key (password) for the router. Does anyone know how i can find my access key on the computer if my comp, and others are connected to MY router?

    Thanks so much
     
  2. registerednerd

    registerednerd Wii online moderator

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    go to start>run
    type "command" and click OK or press enter
    type "ipconfig", press enter
    open an internet browser window (internet exporer/netscape/firefox...), and type in what you see in the command prompt window for "default gateway"
    a password box will pop up, if you don't remember that password, try u/n: default and p/w: admin, or u/n: [blank] p/w: admin
    go to the "wireless" section and look for "encryption" or "security" or something along those lines (it is different for different brands)
    the key will be there somewhere
     
  3. hotwaterbrogden

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    any other things that could be the username or the password if you forgot them???
     
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    It's quite possible that you (or whoever set up the router) changed it from the default. If this is the case, it could be anything. Try pressing the reset button on the router (sometimes you have to hold it in). This usually will reset all the settings to the factory defaults.
     

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