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Airpath wan Wireless Router

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Rusty Bucket

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I have acquired a wireless router, and wish to use it. I don't have any software or a power supply for it. However, I did find myself a power supply for it and it does power up. I have tried to use it, but my computer blocked it (running Cat-5 cable) as well as my cell phone running WiFi. Both the computer and the phone has either said pages won't load or indicating I am being hacked.Right now, I am unable to locate any software, off the internet to program it. What I like to see done with it, is to lock it down (to prevent WiFi use, unless the user has passcodes) and to name it. If I can acquire software, I would be happy.This unit, of mine is "Airpath WSG-100" and found in a lot of truck stops or where a lot of people need to use WiFi. I know there are better routers out there, then this, but I just don't have any cash to buy a new one (or the latest and greatest router). So I have to deal with, what I have. This unit has has 4 outputs for Cat5, 2 antennas and one Cat5input for WAN. I have plans to go from my cable modem box, right to this router (via Cat5), then to the 4 computers of mine and allow my cell phone to access it WiFi. I don't want to run this router after any computers, just after my modem box. Any help, for the much needed, program is much preached. If it matters, I am running a Linux based O.S.

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