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11-13-09, 09:41 AM #1
How to reset verizon dsl/wireless router wep key.
First of i have to tell toy i dont know much about networking. Never really needed it. I need to know how to reset or delete the wep key on a verizon dsl modem/slash wireless router. Im upgrading the wireless card in a laptop for a friend of mine and for some reason the desktop and the laptop are not jiving. Also before you ask i did get the wep key from the desktop but that still will not do the job. Simply i jut need to know how to reset the dsl so it is not encrypted so i can get the lappy up and going. Thanks in advance.Asus P5K Premium Black Pearl Edition, E8400@4.3, 2 Gigs Of Ocz Fatality PC8500, 2 Gigs Ocz Pc8500 Sli,Scythe Mugen 11 Cpu Cooler. 320 Gig sata H/D, Ozc Gamestream 700 Watt P/S, Ati 2600XT HD,Chieftec Ultra Full Tower, Westinghouse 20.1 Inch Lcd. Second Rig, Asus P5K Premium Black Pearl Edition, Q6600@3.6 , 2 Gigs of Crucial Ballistix Tracer Pc6400, Zalmon 9500 Led, 160 Gig sata H/D, Ati Sapphire X1650, Ozc StealthXstream 600 Watt P/S, Chieftec Ultra Full Tower, 17 Inch Balance Lcd.
11-13-09, 10:25 AM #2
Does this router have a model number? I would suggest switching to WPA or WPA2 ASAP, as WEP can be broken with not much effort.Gigabyte GA-X99-Ultra-Gaming - i7 5930k - 64 GiB 4-2666 - R9 Fury X 4 GiB - 10 Pro x64 / Gentoo amd64
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11-15-09, 12:25 AM #3
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WPA can also be broken if you are going to use WPA switch from TKIP encryption to AES as this is much harder to crack.