In this post we will guide you how to change Globe at Home Wi-Fi password. To do it, you need to login to Globe at Home modem dashboard using a web browser. Click Wi-Fi Settings tab, input new SSID and Wi-Fi password.
What is SSID
SSID stands for Service Set IDentifier and it is your Wi-Fi network name. If you enable Wi-Fi in your device, it will automatically detects nearby hotspots and you will see a list of SSIDs. These SSIDs are being broadcast by Wireless Access Points or Routers.
What is Wi-Fi password
Commonly known as Wi-Fi Password, Wireless Security comes with different classification for home and industrial use. Wireless Security protocols are WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy), WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access version 2)
These protocols prevents unwanted device from connecting to your network. It also encrypt private data that transmits over airwaves.
To know more about Globe at Home Prepaid Wi-Fi, please visit this article ; Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi
Let’s proceed to change Globe at Home Wi-Fi Password.
Step 1. Ensure that you are connected to Globe at Home modem. Open Google Chrome or Safari browser. In the address bar type http://192.168.254.254 or http://globebroadband.net and press enter. It will show the current internet status, wireless signal and network of your modem router.
Step 2. Click Login, then Input the default username and password, which you can find underneath the router. username: user password: @l03e1t3
Step 3. Once successfully logged in, Click WiFi Settings from the navigation menu, then it will prompt you to change the SSID or Wi-Fi network name, and WPA Pre shared key or Wi-Fi password.
Step 4. Input the new SSID and WPA pre-shared key. Just click Apply, and wait to take effect.
It will automatically disconnect you from the router, all you need to do is, forget your stored wireless connection or just scan the new SSID and input the new passkey of your Globe at Home prepaid Wi-Fi.
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