D-Link 2750B Gateway: Locating the WPA2 or WPA encryption key
Your network's current WPA2 or WPA encryption key is stored in your D-Link 2750B Wireless DSL gateway. As long as you know your gateway's user name and password, you can access the security settings where the WPA2 or WPA encryption key is stored.
Note: The your D-Link 2750B Wireless DSL gateway security screens and prompts may vary slightly from the directions below, depending on when you purchased your gateway and the version of the firmware loaded on it.
Use In-Home Agent to find your network’s SSID You can access In-Home Agent on a computer that is already connected to Verizon Online. Within In-Home Agent, select Internet, Networking & Wireless Setup and then Retrieve SSID and WEP/WPA key.
If you haven't changed your WEP encryption key, the default WEP key is provided on a sticker on the bottom of your gateway.
To display your network's WPA2 or WPA encryption key:
Open your Web browser and enter http://192.168.1.1 in the Address field
Click the Settings tab.
Enter your user name and password and click Continue. Your default user name is admin if you didn't change it when you configured your network. If you've forgotten your gateway's user name or password, you must reset your router to the factory defaults to access the configuration screen.
Click the Wireless tab.
From the sub-menu, click Wireless.
From the Security tab, select WPA2 or WPA from the drop-down. On the WPA2 or WPA tab, your network's WPA2 or WPA encryption key displays.