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It does support wireless. And I will try to give you a crash course on how to set it up.
First part is logging into the router. Using your internet browser (internet explorer) type this as an address: 192.168.1.1 and hit enter. The other possible address is 192.168.0.1 for your router. If you typed the right one it will ask for a user name and password. It could be a few variations. They are:
User: <leave empty>
pass <leave empty>
Once in the router continue:http://www.home-network-help.com/wireless-router.html
Follow that guide but ONLY
the sections I tell you.
The only guide portion you need to follow is
SSID and Other Basic Wireless Setting
And you may stop at the sentence
"Since my wireless network card can support WPA2, I use following setting." Which underneath describes the encryption
Once you're inside the router its less complicated than it looks.
Basically you want to give the network name (ssid) such as "myapartment"
and then later set a WPA password XXXXX what they will need to enter when they wirelessly connect to your "myapartment" address