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Linksys EA6500 - can it run wireless with no security ?

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Hello,

I have a Linksys EA6500. I want to enable wireless with no security, so everyone to able to use it without password. Is there any options for that?


I could not find any manual in Linksys website for it.
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try to edit your wireless network and change security to none..


http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/cache/multithumb_thumbs/b_551_0_16777215_0___images_stories_wireless_cisco_linksys_ea6500_cisco_linksys_ea6500_wireless_defaults.jpg

I'm not very sure, it seems that even "guest access" have password..

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Based on the Linksys website, yes it does
Linksys Knowledgebase

Here's a link to the product page - you can download the manual from there.
Linksys EA6500 Support
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