Change Password

Hi Experts,

I need to change the wireless passkey for my DraytekTek 2860.

I found the option to change the name but not the password, can someone advice please?

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Log in router
Wirelles LAN(2.4HGz) >> Security Settings

And you need to change password for your active SSID (1 - 4 )
Manual For Drytek 2860 - page 388
btanExec ConsultantCommented:
You should be able to see it at Security setting under the WLAN main page.
- do avoid use of WEP if you are looking at WEP key
- instead go for minimally WPA2 PSK

Overview of the whole WLAN setting -
peggiegregAuthor Commented:
I still cant seem to find the option. I have attached an image, is it this option?

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Yes. That's the option.

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peggiegregAuthor Commented:
I simply change the 'pre-shared key' correct?
Yes, but under proper SSID.
btanExec ConsultantCommented:
apparently that is also what my posting shared stating the "...minimally WPA2 PSK". However, it was not being acknowledged for assistance
If you need just WPA2 PSK ...
Just change again under Mode - do not choose mixed (WPA+WPA2)  --- from list choose WPA2/PSK.
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