To change the SSID (Subject-Verb Identifier) of your WiFi network, go to the control panel of your router and select the advanced settings option. Next, type in a new login name and password. Confirm your settings by clicking the “Apply” button. You’ll see the new name and password displayed on the network map. Now, reboot your router. It will shut down the previous wi-fi network, and then bring up the new one with your new SSID. After the switch is complete, reconnect all your devices to the new SSID and password.
Why Need to Change WiFi SSID and Password
To change wifi name and password on your router, you need to first log in to your account. Enter the web browser address of your router and login to it. Then, enter your username and password in the respective boxes and click “Change Password.” Save your new password and username. Then, you’re all set! Make sure to change the password as well. Changing the SSID name and password will automatically redirect all wireless traffic.
Once you’ve logged in to your router, you should go back to the settings and change the password. You can also change the name of your WiFi network in the same way as the password. When you change the password, the new one will be applied to your wireless connection. If you want to change the name of your wireless network, you should log into the admin page and modify the router’s settings. You’ll need to enter a new username and password, and then click Save.