Introduction: How to Change Your WiFi Name and Password
Many people did not think how easy that you can change your WiFi information such as username and password. It is only take a little time to do it, you also can make fun and unique of your WiFi. Although, the network companies they have a little different way to do it but the concept is very similar. So this steps will show you how to do it with CenturyLink network company. So let's get into it
Step 1: Step 1 : Getting All the Access Information
The first step is to get all the access information of your WiFi. You can find it on the router. The information that you need to know is the Modem GUI Address, Admin Username, and Admin Password.
Step 2: Step 2: Browse the Modem GUI Address
After you have the Modem GUI address, you type it in the browser.
Step 3: Step 3: Login
Types your Admin Username and Password to login. You can find the username and password at the bottom of the router.
Step 4: Step 4: Clicks on the Wireless Setup
After you login in your admin account. Clicks on the Wireless Setup
Step 5: Step 5: Clicks on the Basic Settings
After you logged in to your account clicks on the Basic Setting to set your WiFi network name.
Step 6: Step 6: Change the Network Name
After you clicked on the Basic Setting, It will show you your network name. You can see it like the images. Then, you can change your network name under the number 2 Change the Network Name. Then click Apply
Step 7: Step 7: Clicks on the Wireless Security
Clicks on the Wireless Security to access the password information.
Step 8: Step 8: Select Your Network Name
You need to select your network name that you want to change the password.
Step 9: Step 9: Change Your Network Password
Checks the Use Custom Security Key/Passphrase under the Enter Security key/passphrase. then type your new password
Step 10: Step 10: Clicks Apply
After that clicks apply and it's completed.
Step 11: Step 11: Other Information
There are a lot of information about it online or on the network company website. You can find it for your network provider.