How do I change my WiFi name or password?

Find your modem brand below and follow the instructions

SmartRG 516

1. Open a browser and visit http://192.168.1.1/

2. When prompted, enter admin for the user and kh3mfMAK for the password

3. Click Wireless

4. Click 5 GHz or 2.4 GHz depending which network you are using

5. Click Basics

6. Change the SSID field to your desired network name

7. Click Apply/Save at the bottom

Hitron CGNM-3550

1. Open a browser and visit http://192.168.0.1/

2. When prompted, enter cusadmin for the user and password for the password

3. From the top menu, click Wireless

4. From the submenu, click Basic Settings

5. Click 5 GHz or 2.4 GHz depending which network you are using

6. Click Basics

7. Change the Network Name (SSID) and/or the Pass phrase.

8. When completed, click Save Changes at the bottom

9. Click Apply/Save at the bottom

Arris DG2470A

1. Open a browser and visit http://192.168.0.1

2. For the username, enter cusadmin and for password enter password.

3. On the top menu, choose Wireless

4. From the sub-menu, choose Wireless 2.4 Ghz (or Wireless 5 Ghz depending on what interface you are modifying).

5. To change the WiFi name, edit the Wireless Network Name (SSID) field. To change the WiFi password, edit the Pre-Shared Key field

Cisco DPC3848

Change the WiFi Password

  1. Open a browser and visit http://192.168.0.1/
  2. From the Status menu (the only menu available) choose DOCSIS WAN
  3. Leave the Username and Password empty and click Log In.
  4. From the Wireless menu, click Wireless Security
  5. Edit the Pre-Shared Key to a key of your choice, and click Save Settings

Change the WiFi name

  1. Open a browser and visit http://192.168.0.1/
  2. From the Status menu (the only menu available) choose DOCSIS WAN
  3. Leave the Username and Password empty and click Log In.
  4. From the Wireless menu, click Radio Settings
  5. In this section, you can edit the Wireless Network Name (SSID) and click Save Settings when completed (Note: there are two sections: one for 5 GHz and one for 2.4 GHz. Please ensure that you edit the section that pertains to the network you are connecting to)

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