wireless broadband question.

  charlton200 22:47 20 May 08
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Hi
Having just setup my O2 wireless broadband OK and never having wireless before i have a question.

It says if i want to make it more secure change the default password. There is no password at the moment so what does it mean to change it and do i have to add a password, i thought it had a special number or something that made it secure only for my home network.

thanks,

  ambra4 01:21 21 May 08

“It says if I want to make it more secure change the default password”

The default password is the one you use to access the router (“admin” etc) personal I

leave the default password as do not see the need on a home system in a office where

there is many user it would be best to change the password not to allow access to the

router to change the setting

Have you set up the security system on your wireless system, having a non-secure system

is not good as any one can access your network and use your broadband


Setting Up The Wireless Security System

Check out these sites on how to set-up your Wireless Security System

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