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I have D-Link wireless router that I use for my home network. Everyone in the range of my wireless network can reach the internet, as it is unencrypted. I tried to set password on it, but nothing happens - and when you want connect to my wireless, it doesn't ask for password.

How can I solve this issue?

P.S: I set 192.168.1.1 and go to wireless tab and set WEP password and restart my router.

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Also, don't use WEP, use WPA2 – MDMarra Sep 19 '09 at 18:47
    
That is, unless you have a reason to use WEP only (I'm looking at you Nintendo DS... the DSi fixes that problem) – Powerlord Sep 21 '09 at 14:35

First, you should use WPA instead of WEP if the router supports it. Second, are you saving the settings before you restart the router?

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sure I save it. I must said that when I use Wizard it work well but when I want set it manually it doesn't work. – Am1rr3zA Sep 20 '09 at 1:08
    
@Am1rr3zA - associate your serverfault and superuser account to be able to take ownership of this question here. – ChrisF Sep 21 '09 at 13:56

I imagine you have to "enable" wireless security in a drop down list or a checkbox, not just set a WEP password.

If you could give us a model number, we'd be happy to give a step-by-step answer. This article may be able to provide more information as well

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