What is my wireless password?

Comtrend 3120 or 6895 wireless modem/router: the password for the wireless network is written on the bottom of the modem. For easy reading the password is also printed in larger print on the back of the manual that was included with the modem packaging.

Note: This password is case sensitive and must be typed exactly as it appears on the bottom of the modem.

 

ZyXEL P-660-HN-51 or ZyXEL VSG1432 wireless modems: the password for the wireless network will be printed on the bottom of the modem on the spot labeled WPA-PSK Key.

Note: This password is case sensitive and must be typed exactly as it appears on the bottom of the modem.

 

Calix 844e or 844g digital phone adaptors or GPONs: your password for the wireless network will be on the Calix’s label and referred to as the WPA Key. Slide the tabletop base toward the back of the unit to reveal the label.

Note: This password is case sensitive and must be typed exactly as it appears on the bottom of the modem.

 

Smart R/G SR505n and SR506n: the wireless password is the MAC address written on the label of the modem.

Note: The wireless password must be typed in all lower case.

 

Comtrend AR-5381u wireless modem: the password for the wireless network is the last 10 characters of the MAC address written on the bottom of the modem.

Note: Any letters that appear in this password must be capitalized. This password will only contain the letters A-F so anything that may look like the letter O is actually the number 0.

 

If you have your own personal wireless router (D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, TP-Link, etc.), the wireless password would be something that was created during the initial setup of the router and is something that we will not have in our records. The person who performed the setup of your router will be the person who has this information.