I recently moved to a house that had a previous internet connection with Alice as an ISP. It has a little modem/router from Alice, model WLAN 1211. The router had a password taped in on it, which turns out to be the router config password, but not the wireless one. There is no way I can see it anywhere. So, I decided to try to reconfigure the WLAN. I can only do as much as change the SSID of the network, but I can't find any option to alter the security options of said network because the bloody router insists in using push-button WPS configuration, and it always fails. Since the password stamped in the bottom of the router (the original one) has a lot of dubious characters (small/large V/Y, 0/O, about 2^8 combinations...) I really wanted to set up my own network. So far, the best solution I got was to have the network unsecured but with a completely bonkers and hidden SSID so only me and my wife know it. I really want to know if anyone can advise me on how to bypass the wretched WPS configuration so I can manually setup my WPA password for the network...
Thanks in advance,