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Where do I find my ssid number?

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    Join Date : Sep 2009
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    Where do I find my ssid number?

    Where in the hell do i find my "ssid; number??????????????? I have a linksis router, and need this number to wirelessly "hook " up my 'playstation!!!!!--is it on the back? Tyhere are lots of numbers there!!!! My laptop hooked in , some how, but it did it by it self!!!!! Please help! Mike

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    Join Date : May 2009
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    Re: Where do I find my ssid number?

    Open your browser and type 192.168.1.1 in the address text box. This should access your Linksys router.

    The default user name should be blank or admin.
    The default password should be admin.

    Once you are able to access your router, navigate to the SSID entry.

    If you are using default user name and password for your router, it would be a good idea to change them to help secure your router from outsiders. Be sure to write them down and store in a safe place because, trust me, you will not remember them 8 months down the road. It's not a good idea to use your real name for anything.

    Sky

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Where do I find my ssid number?

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