Change your Wi-Fi name and password

Your wireless network name (SSID) is the name of the Wi-Fi signal being sent out by your router and your wireless password is what you need to type in to access your Wi-Fi. If you'd like to personalise them, here's how.

*Any devices connected to your Wi-Fi will disconnect when you change your Wi-Fi network name or password. You'll need to reconnect them afterwards using your new details.

 

Change your Wi-Fi network name

  1. Open your browser and type in 192.168.1.1 to go to the router admin page
  2. Login with your router username and password. You’ll find these on the sticker underneath the removable settings card on back of your Wi-Fi Hub
  3. Click the “Cog" icon above the Wi-Fi network you wish to change
  4. On the new window, SSID is the name of the network. Change the SSID to the desired name
  5. You will need to remember the Password, every time that you connect a new device on this SSID. Change it to the desired password
  6. Click “Apply”.
  7. Now repeat for the “Wi-Fi 5GHz” Network

Change your Wi-Fi password

  1. Open your browser and type in 192.168.1.1 to go to the router admin page
  2. Login with the router username and password on the back of your Wi-Fi Hub
  3. Click the “Cog" icon above the Wi-Fi network you wish to change
  4. Now click Change Wi-Fi password
  5. Type your new Wi-Fi password into the text box when the window pops up
  6. Enter your new Wi-Fi password again to confirm your changes
  7. Click the Save Wi-Fi password button to finish