Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
Commands tell us to set up ''SS1D'' : what is it?
That's actually "SSID" (a letter I, not a number 1) and means "site service ID." It's the identifying string a wireless access point broadcasts on the radio channel so you can pick it out from the others. You assign the SSID to your wireless router if you're setting up a network, or enter that name if you're being asked what network you want to connect to when several might be detected.
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