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Your network name is usually the same as your routers name, to going into comand prompt at type in "net localgroup" (without the quotation marks )

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Do you mean to say that you expect to see: (1) your last and first names (or at least one of them) or (2) your WiFI network's name (actually that is called your network's SSID and it is the code your modem/router is broadcasting) ? If (1) is the case, it means that you don't know your network's SSID. If when you try to connect there is only one name in the list of detected networks, that is the SSID you can connect to. Highlight it and connect. If there are more names on the list (probably your neighbors' networks), do the following: turn off your modem/router and then try to connect again. Write down the names/SSIDs in the list of available networks. After that, turn your modem/router back on and try to connect again. The new name that shows up on the list now is the SSID of your network. Highlight it and connect.

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Change Network name


1. Open your browser, type 192.168.1.1 on the address bar
2. Type "admin" for the username and "admin" for the password
3. On the LinkSys page, Click on "WIRELESS" on top
4. Change "Wireless Network Name (SSID):" to any name that you want to call your Network Name
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It says, " Type the


This is the identifying name for the network being serviced by the router. This name is established when the wireless network was set up. If you have not set up the router for wireless operation, you will need to go in as an administrator and set up the wireless network. This includes giving the network a name (SSID) (you decide what this will be).
If you need more help, let me know. I'll need to know the make and model of the router. Thanks.

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Hi Renwar13,

This is because on the router wireless page the name of the network was changed.

Usually Linksys is the default name and the person who manages the wireless network would have changed to some other name so as to prevent un authorized access to the WLAN.Please check the right name of the signal and try.


Regards,
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Am installing a new Canon Printer and have been requested to include an Access Point Name/Network Name and Network Key. Am using a D Link Wireless Storage Router D I 624S. Can you assist ?.


The Network name usually referred to as SSID is the name of your wireless network...
The Network key is the password for your wireless network, usually referred to as security key...

The SSID and Password will usually printed at the bottom of the wireless router (in most of the models)
If you dont have them printed at bottom, then you need to open the router interface to get those information...

The Network name can be also see when you scan for wirelesss networks in range from any of your wifi enabled devices like laptop, iphone, ipod touch etc...
If you know the password you can use the same password...

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Router password is the password to access the router settings.
SSID is the network name. When you try to connect to the wireless network on your laptop, you will see this network name.
If your network is secured network then it will ask you for the network key or the password. You need to enter the ' security key '.

Click Here for step by step by instructions

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My Router works only if I do not put security password on it.


The router works only if the network is unsecured.
When you secure the wireless network , make sure that you will change the wireless network name also. Because if you change the wireless security and if you keep the same network name then your computer will try to connect to the same network name with the old unsecured settings saved on the computer.
Try to change the SSID ( network name ) and security to WPA, check if that works.
If that doesn't work then I believe you will need to upgrade the FIRMWARE of the router.

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You can see the SSID name from one of your wireless computer that is already connected to the wireless network. Just point your name over the wireless little computer icon down at bottom right hand by the time. It will say there "Wireless Network Connection, Connected to "name of the network". That "name of the network" is the wireless signal name like "Linksys" or whatever name you gave to your network when you setup the router. That's the SSID name as well. Wireless Network Name = SSID.

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