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WEP Key Converter
Have you lost the password to your wireless router? Do you remember the simple
codeword that you used the generate that complicated and impossible to remember
code you need to connect? Use the form below to regenerate the key based on the
pass phrase you used when setting up your router. Works with most Linksys,
Netgear, Belkin, and DLink Routers. test
Enter your ASCII pass phrase below and it will be converted into
it's HEX equivalent.
Wi-Fi is short for wireless fidelity -- used generically when
referring of any type of 802.11 network, including 802.11b, 802.11a, and
802.11g. It is a trade term promulgated by the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility
Alliance (WECA). "Wi-Fi" is used in place of 802.11 in the same way that
"Ethernet" is used in place of IEEE 802.3. Products certified as Wi-Fi by WECA
are interoperable with each other even if they are from different manufacturers.
A user with a Wi-Fi product can use any brand of Access Point (AP) with any
other brand of client hardware that is built to the Wi-Fi standard.
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