WiFi Club Home’s Wireless Network-Name Your Hotspots

WiFi Club Home’s Wireless Network – Name Your Hotspots.

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WiFi Club post for today  “Name Your Hotspots”

 

I like being playful at time and give my neighbors a laugh by giving my WiFi hotspots a really funny name. I am on my computer just about 24/7 lol. so I am always checking my Ralink driver for the long range signal king,to get an update on what my speeds and signal strengths are.I also share my hotspot with all the devices using a software called connectify.me a virtual router, No more need for wires with the new technology of today. Check out my photo below the red arrows are pointing to the WISP Antenna Tower that photo taking on the Banker bridge in Effinham IL.

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One thing I have noticed looking at the Windows Wireless Network Connections Locator I see the names mostly of the routers like Linksys, Netgear, TP Link  ect. and my neighbors last names. Remember Hackers are always looking for ways to steal your Identity so here are some tips to keep yourself more secure.

  •  Always change your routers name that way no one knows what type of router you are using.
  • If you do not change the name them change the passwords to the router and write them down so you do not forget your login.
  • you can create a static IP address and change the default gateway, also keeping in mind to write that down so you can login.

At times I find myself tired of the same old boring name that’s assigned to our Wi-Fi networks? If you have ever browsed the list of networks in your area, you’ve probably found that the majority are named after the brand of router broadcasting the wireless network.

In order to change that name, you simply have to log into your router through your Web browser. Basically, you just enter a string of numbers into the URL of your browser. You can find this by looking on the bottom of your router or simply searching the Net for your router brand. Netgear routers, for instance, use 192.168.0.1 to reach the admin screen. At this point, you just navigate through the admin to find the Wi-Fi network name, then change it.

_Windows_Wireless_Network_Connections_Locator

We’ve scoured the Internet tubes to bring you our 50 favorite alternatives to spice up your home’s wireless network.

1. Drive By WiFi
2. Signal king
3.It Burns When IP
4. I’m To Sexy For My WiFi
5. Take Me To Your WiFi
6. WiFi Far And Wide
7.FBI Surveillance Near You
8.LAN of Milk and Honey
9. Get Off My WiFi
10.The White House WiFi
11.Skynet Global Defense Network
12.My WiFi Has A First Name
13.Help, I’m Trapped in a Router!
14. Look Nothing Up My WiFi
15.Internet For All
16.TyDie WiFi Of Some Young Guy
17.Go Go Gadget Internet
18.I am the Internet, AMA
19.The Promised LAN
20.Mom, Click Here for Internet
21. My Wireless Rep
22.Look Deep Into My WiFi
23.Me, Me, Me, Me To
24. Give Me A WI And Now A FI
25.I Am Your Creator Hotspot
26.Get off My LAN!
27.Click Here for Viruses
28.Router Around My Wifi
29.Wu-Tang LAN
30.Give Me MiFi
31.Drop it like it’s Hotspot
32.Look Ma, No Wires!
33.All Your Bandwidth Belong to Us
34.Network Not Found
35 The Web WE Weave
36.Wi-Fi Network? Near You
37.2 Girls, 1 Router
38.I’m Sharon If Your Karen
39.Spread Some WiFI
40.Hop On My Hotspot
41.99 problems, but WiFi ain’t one
42. Ground Control To WiFi  Come In
43.The Wireless-G Spot
44.Please Connect for Identity Theft
45. WiFi Streaming
46. Got WiFi?
47.I Pronounce you Man and WiFi
48.Keep it on the Download
49.WiFi Crawler installer
50.Jack My WiFi

Enjoy! Let us know


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