WAP4410N access point 4 or 8 digit PIN required by WIN 8.1 network not of router label
I am unable to get my WAP4410N wireless access point connected to my switch with an RJ45 connection to join my network because the 4 or 8 numeric digit PIN required by Win 7 and Win 8.1 is not identifiable on the router label. The network sees the WAP4410N but will not accept any6 of the numbers I put in. I have tried various numbers from the Mac address, serial number and model number, but "network setup" will not accept any of them.
Hi Peter, this is a Windows feature (a confusing one at that). On the same Window where the message displays asking for the PIN should say something like "Connect to the network without setting it up". This should take care of that for you.
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