The default way to configure these, is to put a password into the "Passphrase" box and click the generate button. This will take your "Passphrase" and run it through the mathematical equation that makes up WEP encryption, to give you a "hash". This hash is the tx key you will give your clients. Copy this hash (by hand) and give it to the users of your wireless network. It will be the password they need to access the network wirelessly.
If you had looked in the administration guide, it would have told you how to configure the wireless settings for your network. The guide can be found here:
The information you desire can be found on page 42.
As a side note, WEP is a VERY weak encryption that can be cracked by the most novice computer "hacker". The only reason Cisco includes it on their products is for compatibility purposes, as some customers have legacy network cards and cannot upgrade them. As soon as you are able, it is a MUST that you upgrade your wireless security to a minimum of WPA with AES encryption. If you go to youtube.com and lookup "cracking WEP with backtrack" you will be able to see that WEP is crackable in less than a minute.
From the screenshot it looks like you already have a key (lets say: acb39589ba84) and you need this key to be #2, correct?
Try generating a key with a passphrase; once it is generated you will see all 4 fields, at which point you should be able to change key #2 to whatever you want. I have not tried this in the lab, but that should work.
Please let us know if we going in the right direction.
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