Just joined this forum as it looks really useful
I have a BT2700HGV router on BT Business (a little bit ancient I know, just like me!); currently have an open Wireless set up. I know the WEP key from the sticker on the side of the router.
Can anyone help me by letting me know how I can set up a more secure wireless system, I would like the wireless user to have to input the WEP key when they connect.
I have options on the settings of:
WEP-PSK and WPA2-PSK
This is where I have the problem: I don't have a clue what these options mean?
In the drop down box if you select WEP-OPEN then when anyone tries to connect to your wireless signal they will need the default WEP key or you can create your own 10 digit number, if you set it as WPA2-PSK you can create your own password to connect to wireless e.g. business10.
Setting the router to use WPA2-PSK is more secure than having it set as WEP-OPEN.
Hope this helps.