Where do I get the encryption key on my D‑Link wireless device?

You make up the key yourself. As a rule of thumb, always use Hexas your key type, especially if you are using a mixed environmentwith other manufacturer's products.

To make a key, simply use numbers between 0 and 9, and lettersbetween A-F. For example, for a 64-bit encryption key, you willenter 10 characters for your key. Enter A137F8AD89. It isrecommended not to use a repeated character such as 2222222222.

Make sure you use the same exact key on all your wirelessdevices.


64-bit - 10 characters

128-bit - 26 characters

152-bit - 32 characters

256-bit - 58 characters

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