lost my WPA/PSK netgear password.

  mickeyfinagin 18:18 07 Feb 08
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Please help.
i have some how thrown away all my netgear installation discs and my copy of the WPA/PSK password.
is there anyway of finding it out.
trying to add wireless comp. to it and need the password.

thanks

  Ashrich 18:27 07 Feb 08

Simply open a browser window , while connected by ethernet cable to the router , and in the address bar type in 192.168.0.1 , press enter , unless you set it to something else , type " admin " in to the admin box , and " password " for the password , press enter again , from there go to the wireless section , you can make a new WPA code from there , male a note of it and deploy it to all the PC's the access the router . Save all the settings and re-connect all the PC's in turn .

Ashley

  Ashrich 18:30 07 Feb 08

That should have said ...MAKE a note of it and deploy it to all the PC's THAT access the router .....fingers working without brain fully engaged !! .

Ashley

  mickeyfinagin 18:47 07 Feb 08

Thanks so much Ashrich.
admin bit ok, my password part i had changed, but lukerly i remembered that.
thanks so much all sorted now.

wife is not scared anymore to come in the room.

Ha Ha Ha111

  mickeyfinagin 18:48 07 Feb 08

resolved

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