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Entering your network security settings
  1. When you reset your Verizon MI424WR router to the default settings, it reverted to WEP encryption and is using the encryption key printed on the label on the bottom of the router.


    • If your other wireless network devices are configured to use the default WEP encryption key printed on the label of your router, you can click Apply to save your settings and then close the configuration window. No other actions are needed.


    • If your other wireless network devices are configured to use a different WEP encryption key, you will need to enter the updated WEP encryption key.


    • If you strengthened your network security by configuring your wireless network to use WPA encryption, you must re-enter all your WPA encryption settings.


    • If you strengthened your network security by configuring your wireless network to use WPA2 encryption, you must re-enter all your WPA2 encryption settings.




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