Wi-Fi connects devices wirelessly to the internet or other devices and apply below step-by-step to change your Wi-Fi password.
How to change Your Wi-Fi password?
Step 1- Open Your router’s configuration page:
You can access your router’s configuration page through a web browser on a computer or mobile connected to your network. Use Ethernet cable to connect computer directly to router if Wi-Fi password is unknown.
Step 2- Enter your router’s username and password:
To access the router’s configuration page, you will need to enter a username and password.
Step 3- Open the wireless section:
To configure your wireless settings on your router, log in to your router’s configuration page and look for the “wireless” or “wireless settings/setup” section. A tab or button labeled ‘wireless’ typically provides access to this feature.
Step 4- Change the password:
To change your Wi-Fi password on your router, locate the “password”, “passphrase”, or “shared key” box on the wireless settings page of your router’s configuration page. Enter your new password into the box, and some routers may prompt you to confirm it by typing it in again.
Step 5- Check out your security type: There are three main types of wireless encryption: WEP, WPA, and WPA2. To ensure the most secure network, you should use WPA2. Some older devices may not be compatible with WPA2, in which case you could switch to WPA or WPA/WPA2. It is not recommended to use WEP encryption.
Step 6- Change your network name:
Changing default network name to a unique name can improve security and deter unauthorized access.
Step 7- Save your settings:
After entering your new Wi-Fi password, click on the “apply” or “save” button. Locate reset button on router config page, press to reset router. The router takes a few moments to process the change, and it disconnects any currently connected devices. You change your settings, you can connect to your wireless network using the new password.