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What's the name of your Wi-fi?


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Steven P.

I'll start:

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updated thanks to BudMan ;)

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kachan64

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This is my WiFi atm. It's a hox-network!

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Dermot

ForbiddenFruit

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Shasoosh

StopYellingAtYourKids

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Azizan

F.C. Internazionale for my home network.

NX-01 for my mobile lte router :)

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IrfanL

AlwaysSlowNet

:rofl:

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Sandor

Whatever my ISP named it by default. I don't use wireless so never changed it.

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bob

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Fish

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The walls in these apartments are pretty thin, and the neighbours... well, you get the idea :D

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BillyJack

Skinny Monkey 2.4 ghz

Fat Monkey 5 ghz

I would like to call it FBI survelance van but figured somebody might call the FBI to inquire about it so I don't bother. lol

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fusi0n

Just changed mine to NSA DATA MINING and UrAnUs..

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Your Connected too: UrAnus..

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Anus :shifty:

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TAZMINATOR

If I change my WiFi name, do I have to reconnect all my devices to it again?

Yes you have to reconnect your devices to your new SSID. Because once you changed it, your devices go offline until you reconnect them to your new SSID.

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NJ Louch
If I change my WiFi name, do I have to reconnect all my devices to it again?

Well, I mean, you don't HAVE to... You could choose not to. Your call really ;)

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rfirth

Just changed mine to NSA DATA MINING

I think I'll change mine to PRISM.

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Lingwo

Konoha

Although i now think it might be more fun to give it a funny name.

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Aergan

Not mine but we had around our old, old house named "Channel Hopper" on channels 2, 4 & 8. Pretty sure they were trolling before trolling became a trend.

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eric zed

THRILLHO

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+Tikimotel

Network Name (SSID):

Solar_Empire

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cultavix

MEGA ORACLE
MEGA ORACLE-guest

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mrconnerr

My last name followed by wifi ... because I'm that original.  :D

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RatherLargeBear

Bears Den

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AJerman

"The Stables", because I have a stable in the back yard. Couldn't think of anything clever.

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Draconian Guppy

Guppy.

 

Password is 

 

onetwothreefourfive :P

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ApuBo

SSD: Free Internet

Pass: Not4Kidsv2

 

:shiftyninja:

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