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Connecting a new device to the wireless network

Adding new devices to the wireless network is simple.  As long as you know your Wireless Network Name (SSID) and Password, you will be able to connect your devices easily.  To check your SSID and Password, click here.

Once you have your wireless settings, you can begin connecting your devices to your network.  Click on the operating system that you are using:


If your device is not listed above, follow the steps below:

Step 1:
Enable the Wi-Fi
® feature of your device and select your SSID from the list of available networks.
IMPORTANT:  For Belkin routers with Guest Access feature, make sure to connect your wireless devices to the main network if you want to have full network and internet access.  To know more about the Guest Access feature of your Belkin router, click here.
Step 2: 
When the Security Key or password prompt appears, enter your wireless network password.

Step 3:

Select Connect.

Your device should be successfully connected to the wireless network now.

QUICK TIP:  If the steps above do not apply, refer to the user manual of your device for detailed instructions.

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