• Click Start => Run, type "cmd" and hit Enter. Then, type "ipconfig /all" and hit Enter. There should be a "gateway" IP address; input that address into your browser's address bar. It should hopefully take you to the web configuration page for your router. Before you make any changes you should read the documentation. You should definitely use a password on the web configuration of the router, so that only you will be able to make changes to your router settings from your network. You should also enable whatever the best form of encryption that router supports (possibly WEP 128-bit, that router is rather old), so that data is encrypted and to prevent neighbors or passersby from potentially hooking up and using your internet connection.

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