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SSID AND SECURTY KEY WHERE ARE THE # ON MY MODEM?

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I forgot my SSID name for motorola 5120 can you help me

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Not all of them are created by the user some already come with them set just look for something that says "network key" on the modem/router itself if not them your going to have to go online into the modem/router itself to set it up

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The SSID is the name you created for your wireless or wired network, while the security key is the password you created. They are not written on the modem unless you placed them there yourself. Modems / routers do have information on stickers on the bottom though, if you require any of that information.

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