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What is my wireless network key or password?
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Your wireless password is stored in the settings on your modem. Follow the steps below to find out what it is:
BEC 7300N (three antenna) *if your modem has two antennas, scroll down to the BEC 7800TN guide*
Make sure your computer is connected directly to your BEC modem with an ethernet cable (the yellow cord that came with the modem in most cases).
Open your internet browser and clear out the address bar at the top. Type the IP address of the modem: 192.168.1.254 as shown below, and press Enter on your keyboard
A window requesting a login will appear. Type the word admin (all lowercase) in both the username and password fields, and click OK or Login
Click on WLAN on the left side of the screen
Your password or wireless key can be found in WPA Shared Key field as shown below
Write your password down exactly as it is shown (it is case-sensitive) and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
You can exit your internet browser
BEC 7800TN (two antenna)
Make sure your computer is connected directly to your BEC modem with an ethernet cable (the yellow cord that came with the modem in most cases), then follow the first two steps at the top of this article.
Once you are logged into the modem, click on Wireless on the left, then click Security
Click on the link next to the WPA/WAPI Passphrase field that says "Click here to display". Your password will be displayed in a separate window. Write your password down exactly as it is shown (it is case-sensitive) and keep it in a safe place for future reference. You can close the browser window, there is no need to click Apply unless you have made changes.
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