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To change the name of your Wi-Fi network (SSID), you'll need to access your router's settings. Here's how you can do it:

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1. **Access Router Settings**: 

   - Connect to your Wi-Fi network or use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer directly to your router.

   - Open a web browser and enter your router's IP address in the address bar. Common router IP addresses include or You can find your router's IP address in the router's documentation or on the router itself.

   - Enter the router's username and password. If you haven't changed them before, you can usually find the default username and password on a sticker on the router itself or in the router's documentation. If you've changed the login credentials and don't remember them, you may need to reset your router to its factory settings.

2. **Navigate to Wi-Fi Settings**:

   - Once logged in, look for the wireless settings or Wi-Fi settings section. This section may be labeled differently depending on your router's firmware.

   - Find the option to change the SSID or Wi-Fi network name. It may be labeled as "SSID," "Network Name," or something similar.

3. **Change Wi-Fi Network Name**:

   - Enter the new name you want for your Wi-Fi network in the appropriate field.

   - Some routers may have restrictions on the length or type of characters allowed in the Wi-Fi network name. Make sure to follow any guidelines provided by your router's interface.

4. **Save Changes**:

   - Once you've entered the new Wi-Fi network name, look for a "Save" or "Apply" button. Click on it to save your changes.

   - Your router may need to reboot or apply the changes before the new Wi-Fi network name takes effect. Follow any prompts to complete this process.

5. **Reconnect Devices**:

   - After changing the Wi-Fi network name, you'll need to reconnect your devices to the network using the new name and, if applicable, the password.

6. **Test the Connection**:

   - Verify that your devices can connect to the newly named Wi-Fi network and that you have internet access.

That's it! You've successfully changed the name of your Wi-Fi network. Make sure to update any devices that automatically connect to your Wi-Fi network with the new network name.
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