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  QUADDRA 00:31 27 Jul 07
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Hi,
I have recently purchased a Belkin G+ MIMO Router and am in the problematic process of setting it up.
I have been reading an article on wireless network security.
When I connect to my router the available networks are displayed - skynetas1, smithfamnet, and mine belkin g+mimo. According to the article I should change this to something like the others in my area. How do you do that?

  ambra4 00:36 27 Jul 07

Setting Up The Wireless System

You have to setup the SSID address on the router first

By default some wireless router come setup with the manufacture name as the SSID address 3Com, Linksys, Belkin etc, you can change the SSID to what ever you want, 452john06 or ezyclip01 etc.

Write it down; as the same name must be used on the wireless device when set it up to access the wireless router.

Do not setup the security system as yet, make sure that you can access the router and browse the Internet first, and then setup the security system.

If you get it wrong the wireless device will not access the wireless router or the Internet

Some laptop computer with a building wireless card required you to switch on the Wireless Radio Antenna via a small slide switch, or enable the wireless card via the PC network connection software.

If not sure check the manual

If using a USB Adapter you need to install the software driver first before plug in the USB Adapter

Check out this site before you setup the wireless system could save you a lot of time and headache.

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Good Luck Enjoy

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