What's the name of your Wi-fi?

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x-scratch    134

i had for a week free wifi. however i blocked all porn sites  & facebook

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mrpickem    0

3 current;

  • BOOM  (5.8 GHz)
  • XXX  (2.4)
  • Guest  (Very limited)

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cork1958    1,040

changed it back to what it's usually always been now.

 

cork1958

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HoochieMamma    458

Hoochie Network

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SiCKX    372

SexTapeorDie

Used to be "puffykilledpac".

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JustinCharlier    111

Cortana!

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Haggis    981

Haggistech

and HaggistechDS (Downstairs) 

 

very original

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Geoffrey B.    1,414

Recently renamed my wifi when i got the NetGear NightHawk

 

Kvasir (for the 5Ghz wireless)

TiggerBear (for the 2.4Ghz Wireless)

Guest (for my vlan 2.4Ghz wireless that i allow other folks to use)

 

WPA2 on all.

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Draconian Guppy    12,303

Guppy...

 

Funny story, i had an old linksys WRT54G  router which I gave to a friend, which had "guppy12345" on wpa2 as password... I then got a a dlink 801, uses the name and password as my old linksys. Now, every time I go to his place, i've only got one "guppy" in my WiFi connections, it automagically connects regardless of whether on linksys at mates place or dlink at my place (this happens with android, iOS and windows 8).

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Steven P.    8,536

Guppy...

 

Funny story, i had an old linksys WRT54G  router which I gave to a friend, which had "guppy12345" on wpa2 as password... I then got a a dlink 801, uses the name and password as my old linksys. Now, every time I go to his place, i've only got one "guppy" in my WiFi connections, it automagically connects regardless of whether on linksys at mates place or dlink at my place (this happens with android, iOS and windows 8).

dtft60H.png

:p

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knighthawk    44

DHSSurVan51

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firey    3,553

used to be RCMP Surveillance Horse #7 now it is: TELUS6744

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elenarie    830

Lalalala

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Draconian Guppy    12,303

dtft60H.png

:p

what-are-you-smoking-funny-tin-sign.jpg

 

 

 

Sorry if I tried to make a point on how insecure wifi can be if you don't know what you are doing like me :laugh: (or just lazy :p), sunny side is, I don't have to have two "Guppy" in my phone, laptop, etc :p nor my friends :laugh: ...

 

 

Now... if we were to be technical, does you Wifi really have a name or would that be an SSID  :shifty:

 

 

 

really need to lay of espressos and regular coffee in teh morning :p 

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Haggis    981

Guppy...

 

Funny story, i had an old linksys WRT54G  router which I gave to a friend, which had "guppy12345" on wpa2 as password... I then got a a dlink 801, uses the name and password as my old linksys. Now, every time I go to his place, i've only got one "guppy" in my WiFi connections, it automagically connects regardless of whether on linksys at mates place or dlink at my place (this happens with android, iOS and windows 8).

 

The device wont check anything else apart from the SSID and the password

 

if both match it will connect

 

I do that in my house i have two point with wireless both same SSID and Password so when i move to different parts of the house it reconnects :)

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sc302    1,371
It's magic!

 

FTFY :p

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Draconian Guppy    12,303

The device wont check anything else apart from the SSID and the password

 

if both match it will connect

 

I do that in my house i have two point with wireless both same SSID and Password so when i move to different parts of the house it reconnects :)

Yeah I didn't know that, I figured it out, as pointed above, out of coincidence :p

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chrisj1968    1,415

x2qiad.png

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remixedcat    2,765

Very creative name there....

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BooBerry    2,670

BiGFcukingPanda

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TechJunkie81    255

WorldsDumbestWiFi

 

When I set it up I was watching World's Dumbest on TruTV and just went with it.

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+Bryan R.    1,060

So I got a new router, since my cats chewed all the antennas off my Cisco, and now the name is Boycott Seaworld.

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J_R_G    17

1 bit per second-2.4

1 bit per second-5.0

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Hum    6,928

SatansPlayground

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birdie    70

WhyFi

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