My wifi internet being misused

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I have just realized that someone else maybe my neighbour is using my internet through wifi. I need assistance in making it secure through password. I am using TP-Link TL-WR64 single antenna router. Guide me how can I set password.

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My wifi internet being misused

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In order to make it secure you can use password protection or you may also make your wifi hidden so that no one can find it after search except those who know its name. For setting the password follow these steps;

Log in to your wifi router using its IP (192.168.1.1 in case of TP-Link)

Navigate to Status > Wireless > Wireless Settings

Here, check the tab for “Enable Wireless Security” and in the tab below it, enter the desired password.

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Hello Densiehope,

        The Following is Step By Step Guide to Setup a Password in wireless router.

1. Open web browser and type 192.168.1.1 (default address of router device)  in the address bar.

2. You will be asked for router password the default is admin

3. Open  Security Settings from wireless menu on left side of page

4. Select WPA/WPA-2-Personal(PSK) as security mode.

5. Enter your password in PSK Password field.

6.Click on Save to Save the Settings.

7. Restart Router.

Regards

Shwanj Whudson

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Hi Friend,

These steps might help you in setting up a password in your wireless router:

– In your address bar, type this URL: http://192.168.1.1/WL_WPATable.asp

– When you press enter, the page will ask you for your username and password.

– Use the username admin and for the password, leave it blank. Then press enter.

– From Disable, choose WPA Personal.

– Then, you can see the shared key panel. This will be the password that you are the only who knows it. You can enter anything you want except spaces.

Hope this help.

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