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How Do I Change My SSID Network Name and Password?

Updated: Apr 9


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How to change the SSID Network Name and Password:

Step 1. Plug an ethernet cord into the LAN port (the one closest to power).

 

 

Step 2. Enter 192.168.8.1 in the URL bar at the top of a web browser.

-Enter “root” for the username if prompted.

-Enter “1234554321” as the password.


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Step 3. To adjust SSID network name and password, go to the left side and click on WIRELESS. Then click on modify on the 5Ghz settings. Change the Wi-Fi Name (SSID), and the Wi-Fi Key. Click Apply. Do the same with the 2.4ghz settings.

 

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Hit Apply and repeat the process for 2.4 Ghz Wi-Fi

 

Step 4. Unplug the device and wait 10 seconds, then plug it back in.


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