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Wep Key For Wireless Router
- A wireless router is a device that performs the functions of a router but also includes the functions of a wireless access point. It is commonly used to allow access to the Internet or a computer network without the need for a cabled connection.
- A networking device that is a combination of an access point and a router. These devices are usually used in private homes where client PCs can be anywhere in the house (and thus use WiFi to connect), and the network is a broadband connection provided by an ISP.
- Wireless routers are actually routers with Ethernet plus wireless access points so that they have both wired and/or wireless at the same time.
- The WEP Key is a password which is exchanged between a wireless device and a router or routers using WEP security.
- Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is a deprecated security algorithm for IEEE 802.11 wireless networks. Wireless transmission is susceptible to eavesdropping and, so, WEP was introduced as part of the original 802.11 protocol in 1997.
- A text string used for WEP security on a Wi-Fi wireless network. A WEP key with 10 or 23 characters can include numbers and the letters A - F, and are not case-sensitive. 5 and 13 character WEP keys can include numbers and all letters (as well as some special characters), and are case sensitive.
WTB more desk space 183/365 Twitter 182/365 [01.07.2009]
Tired tonight. Have WAY too many computers, laptops & tablets in the house even by MY standards, and thats a lot normally. Been trying to get my Ark Web 2.0 summary slides off the darned tablet all night - but a) stupid wireless WEP key is being daft, b) crappy router is also not letting the 4th hub work and c) normal usb is dead due to operator error with a pocket and a washing machine.
Had to hook up and old Ext HDD - for one lousy file. And now, i just want to go to bed. At 8.30 pm. And I might just do that actually.
I still have to strip everything off all the HDD's on the tablets & lappies i have to hand back at work. Thats gonna suck and take a while :(
A 'walk' inside my appartment this evening reveals quite a lot of access points; stepping onto the balcony, 2 more were discovered.
Hint for all who don't want to be 'seen' this easy: log into your wireless router and disable 'SSID broadcast'. Remember your SSID because you need is along with your WEP/WPA key(phrase) the next time you want to login to your wireless router.
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