on a wired connection from any computer with a browser.
So I'm a totally new user with, most likely, a simple question. There's a lot of great advice in this forum and I really thank anyone who checks this out.
So, I use a MAC OS 10.2 and have a Belkin 54g wireless card for Internet access. While trying to figure out how to access a WPA2 network (which I was seemingly unable to do), I changed the Security settings on my IP address site (192.168.2.1) and am now unable to connect to anything. I believe they were changed from the default to WPA-PSK. Now, because Mac doesn't support using the Belkin card, and Belkin does not have a utility or support for the Mac, I cannot figure how to change this because I cannot access that IP address without an Internet connection. Is there a way to do this either from my computer without a wireless network or from a remote computer?
Thanks-- I hope that was clear. I appreciate the help.