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HOW MUCH DO I HAVE TO PAY? NEDD A PASSWORD CISCO #

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HOW MUCH DO I HAVE TO PAY? NEDD A PASSWORD ***** MY CISCO #
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Networking
Expert:  Viet - Network Tech replied 1 year ago.

Hi,

I'm sorry about the issue. Are you looking for your Wi-Fi/wireless password?

What's the model of your Cisco device? Please check at the back/bottom of it.

Do you have a laptop/wireless computer that is currently able to connected via wireless? If so, does it have Windows xp, vista, or 7, 8, or Mac?

Please reply at the box below. Thank you.

Expert:  Viet - Network Tech replied 1 year ago.

It looks like you are not there. Here are two possible 3 solutions you can try when you are available.

Solution #1. Check at the back / bottom of the Cisco modem/router device for any password/key/passphrase (it is case-sensitive.)

Solution #2. Open the program Cisco Connect or Linksys Connect on your computer (if needed, check all computers if you have more than one), then check the password *****; it is case-sensitive.

Solution #3: Click on the network/wireless icon at the bottom right of the screen, then click on Open Network and Sharing Center.
(Or click on Start, Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network and Sharing Center.)
Then click on Manage wireless networks on the left.
Then click your wireless network name.
Then right-click on your wireless network name and click on Properties.
Then click on the Security tab.
Then select the box at Show characters.
Then you will see the Network security key above it, that is your Wi-Fi / wireless password. (It is case-sensitive.)

When you are available, please reply at the box below to continue. Thank you.