How to change wired SSID

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DonnyB

Occasional Visitor
I recently updated my AC68U to Merlin 386.1 beta4. When I did this I changed all my wireless SSID names. However, the wired connection stayed the same as before the upgrade and I cannot find where I am able to change it.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
Sorry, I don't understand. An SSID is the name of a WiFi access point. A wired Ethernet connection doesn't have an SSID.
 

Mutzli

Very Senior Member
Do you mean the routers domain name for LAN clients?
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Jeffrey Young

Senior Member
What @dave14305 said.

This might help too;


My computer has been on a wired connection now for 6 months with the wifi turned off. Still says I am connected to YoungPO 2.

Got to love Windows
 

DonnyB

Occasional Visitor
My laptop is plugged into one of the LAN ports. If I unplug this, it connects to the wifi network that I set up in Merlin. If I click on the internet icon in the system tray, it shows the SSID of the network I am connected to. If I am using wifi, the SSID that shows is "NewWifi". If I connect to the LAN port, it shows "MYSystem". The old wired SSID (MYSystem) does not show anywhere in Merlin so that I can change it.
 

det721

Part of the Furniture
Go Into network and internet settings. Then to change adapter options. Right click on your eithernet adapter and rename it to what ever you want.
 

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