Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
First SSID(Service Set IDentifier) is what Identifies your WLAN network. When you add a router, you establish a WLAN. Each item you connect to your router must use the same SSID. You will be asked to make a unique network name, when you set up your router. This will be the SSID of your network. If you go online for you router menu, you should be able to find that information in you configuration menu. NOT to be confused with the IP address of your computer.
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