SSID (Network Name) and Password

The SSID (Service Set Identifier) is the name of your wireless network. This is viewable to anyone with a wireless device within reachable distance of your network. It's recommended you set up a password so not just anybody can connect to your network.

If you have DirectLink WiFi Networking service your SSID and password will already be set up and proviced for you.

The SSID is the name of your wireless network. This is what you will look for when connecting wireless computers and devices.

The Password is the secret word or phrase you will enter when first connecting a device to your wireless network. Each computer or device you connect will need to use this password.

Note: It's recommended that you change your SSID and password to something more familiar and easy to remember (while still being secure).
If you have lost this information or would like to change your SSID and/or password, it's best to consult the documentation for your router or contact the manufacturer.
Contact our Technical Support and we can also help you with this especially if you have DirectLink Wifi Networking.
Once you have your wireless router setup and you know your SSID and password you will need to connect your wireless computer to your network.