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What sort of answer is "hit google"?
You need to login to your router of access point and setup WPA encryption
(if it's supported) WPA-PSK to be exact... then enter a nice long pass
You need to configure the PC's for WPA-PSK to be able to connect. Assuming
the PC's network cards/operating system are able to do this...
As you can see there are lots of variables...
Take look here for some more info...
"Mr T" wrote in message
I have recently setup a wireless network with my laptop and 3 desktops. At
present I have no security on my network. Can someone advise me what
security I need to setup on my network?
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