Question about Belkin (F5D7050) 802.11a/g/b Wireless Adapter
You probably need to goto your routers web page and change the name there.
While you are there it is a good idea to setup at least WEP security if you have not done so already.
To get there, usually, while you are connected, you can look at the properties of your connection, and get your default gateway's IP address.
In a web browser, put this IP number of your default gateway into the browser's address bar and click go. It should load your router's administration web page. If it has a password and you dont know what that is then it is probably the default password.
To get the default password for your router, into Google search for example if you has a linksys router, search Google for "linksys default password" this should bring up the default password for a linksys router. usually a combination of "admin/password".
Once logged into the administration web page, the network name is listed under "SSID".
Posted on May 18, 2008
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