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 Finding your VersaLink 327W network's WEP encryption key  
Note: The Westell security screens and prompts may vary slightly from the directions below, depending on when you purchased your Westell gateway and the version of the firmware loaded on it.

To find your WEP encryption key:

  1. Open your Web browser and enter in the Address field.
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Figure depicting Address field in Internet Explorer
  1. Select Wireless from the Configuration menu.

Figure depicting the VersaLink Configuration Menu

  1. Select Security from the Wireless Configuration menu.

  2. Confirm that you are using WEP encryption by verifying that WEP is selected in the Wireless Security field.[Show Me]

  3. Note which key (Key 1 - Key 4) is selected in the Key Select drop-down list. If more than one encryption key is entered in the Key 1 - Key 4 fields, the key displaying in the Key Select field is the active encryption key. In the example below, Key 2 is the active encryption key.

VersaLink WEP Key

  1. Write down the WEP key from the Key field that was selected in the Key Select field. For example, if Key 2 was selected, you will write down the WEP Key in the Key 2 field.

  2. Write down the level of WEP encryption (64 bit, 128 bit, or 256 bit) selected in the field after the active WEP key. All network adapters must use the same WEP encryption level. [Show Me]
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