How to Change the Name of a Network SSID on a Belkin
By Jedadiah Casey
Belkin wireless routers are designed for homes and small businesses, and are capable of serving wireless clients within a few hundred feet of the router, depending on the environment that the router is installed. Wireless networking using the 802.11 range of standards uses a Service Set Identifier, or network name, to associate wireless clients with a wireless access point or router. You can change the name of the wireless network SSID on a Belkin router through the browser-based configuration interface.
Open a Web browser.
Type "192.168.2.1" without quotes into the address bar, then press "Enter."
Click "Login," then "Submit."
Click "Channel and SSID."
Type a wireless network name into the "SSID" box, then click "Apply Changes" to save and apply the settings.
Jedadiah Casey started writing professionally in 2007, with articles published in "The Flagler Times" newspaper. He has more than 20 years of experience with computers and networking. Casey holds a Bachelor of Science in information systems from the University of Central Florida, as well as professional industry certifications.