Hi I am still trying to secure my home network, I have searched Google for easy to follow instructions, and apart from saying set WPA and strong passwords there are no instructions on how you do it. Ex
Connect to your router by ethernet cable, *NOT* wirelessly, and then type the router's IP address into your web browser. You will be prompted for the router's Username & Password and, once entered, you should have access to the configuration pages. In the Wireless Security settings there will be an option to enable encryption, WPA or WEP. Chose WPA and make up your own "key" of between 8 and 63 characters (which can include spaces).
Make a note of the key, because you need to enter it when you connect your computer's Wireless Adapter to the Secured Network.
It is the *ROUTER'S* IP address that you must type into your browser. If you don't know what it is, have a look at click here which, although discussing something different, does show how to find the router's IP address.
Router password ? defaults are usually, admin/admin , reset the router to factory default if it is non standard and you cant recall the correct ones, there is probably a recessed button on the back to do this.
Hi I have tried Daveboy suggestion but I still cant find the correct name / password I am now using Vista Home Premium is there any way to reset the name / passwords. when I first asked for help on this I was using XP.