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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

How to change wireless network name?


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Its probs dead easy but I don't really wanna be mucking with things I don't know!

I'm using airport btw.

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If you're using an Airport base station, you can download your manual here.

Just follow the instructions.
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You should be able to change the name of the network using AirPort Setup Assistant for OS X. You stated you are using AirPort (assuming a base station) so simply follow these instructions:

1. Click on Applications/Utilities - AirPort Admin Utility
2. Select the name of the AirPort Express and click on Configure

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