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    WPA info

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      Anyone where can I find my WPA Number


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      Re: WPA info

      on the sticker on the router and also should be on the little card

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      Re: WPA info

      WPA number? I'm not entirely sure what you mean. There's a WPA password on the label of the bottom of your router. It will be labelled "Network Key" and be exactly 8 capital letters (and they are always letters - if you think you've got a 1 or a 0 in there, then in fact they are actually the letters "eye" and "oh").

      I have seen one WPA network device take a numerical WPA key, but it also gave the option of typing in a password instead. All WPA devices will have this, because it's a requirement of the WPA specifications. The software which came with your wireless adaptor might call it a "passphrase", "password", or "key", but they're all the same thing.

     

     

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