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Change wireless network name, how and where?
Wireless card 54Mbps Netgear model WG511v2
The wireless network name is defined by the router (access point), not your individual wireless card (bridge). The manual for your wireless router will tell you how to change the name of your wireless network.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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