Wi-fi password problems

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ZZtop, May 5, 2010.

  1. ZZtop

    ZZtop Member
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    Sorry guys, I expect that this is a rather basic question for you youngsters. But I am trying to link my Desire to my wireless network at home.

    It is WEP protected and the Desire keeps on asking me to enter a password.

    Now, it is a year since I set up the network and I can't even remember needing a password, let alone, what it is!

    Does anyone know how I can retrieve the password, maybe from my laptop. I've looked and can't find it. Or is this a daft question?

    Cheers
     

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  2. nx1977

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  4. ZZtop

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    Its a Sitecom,

    I've tried going to http://192.168.0.1, which it mentions on the back but then I am asked for the password again!
     
  5. nx1977

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    Do it on your pc. Use the username & password for your router unless you changed it from default
     
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  6. tomq

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    or try

    user:admin
    pass:admin

    or

    user:admin
    pass: password
     
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  7. ZZtop

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    I think I'm stuffed, it looks like I have changed my default as it doesn't work. I can't understand why I would hve done this as I always tend to leave this sort of thing as default.

    By the way it is WPA2 protected, if that helps and it is a 300n router.

    Maybe, I 'll have to set it up the whole network again?
     
  8. ZZtop

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    I have managed to get it from my PC via the sitecom http address.

    All sorted.

    Thanks for your help, it is really appreciated.
     
  9. RobDickson

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    Make sure you change the username and password to something different. You can always stick a label on the bottom of the router if you're worried you might forget it.

    Rob Dickson - Securing Wireless Networks
     
  10. ZZtop

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    Yes, done, thanks
     
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