If you should find any issues on the connection process, note that most frequent cases can be solved by following the indications reported below.
Network or password unknown: Find your correct network name or password.
• Check the sticker on the bottom of your router. • Check your installation guide or the owner's manual for your router. • View the wireless settings on a device that is already connected to your network, such as a Windows PC, Mac, or mobile phone.
To view the wireless settings on most Windows PCs: 1. Left-click the wireless icon in the taskbar.
2. Right-click the name of the network that says Connected, and then click Properties.
3. On the Connection tab, your network name should be listed under Name or SSID.
4. On the Security tab, your password should be listed next to Network security key.
Note: To show your password, you will need to be logged in on an Administrator account. If you're still unable to locate your network name or password, you can contact your internet service provider or the person who helped set up your wireless network for further assistance.
Mac OS X
To view the wireless settings on most Mac devices running OS X:
1. Open the Utilities folder, and then open the Keychain Access app.
2. Click your wireless network name, and then click the info button.
3. Check the box next to Show Password.
Note: To show your password, you will need to enter the administrator password for your device.
If you're still unable to locate your network name or password, you can contact your internet service provider or the person who helped set up your wireless network for further assistance.
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