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How to change the ZTE LTE Device SSID and WiFi password

What is an SSID? SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. It is the name of your WiFi network.

  • Connect to your LTE router via LAN cable or WiFi.
  • Open your internet browser.
  • Navigate to the devices IP address, 192.168.0.1 and hit enter to search.
  • Login to the router.

When first logging in to the device

  • Accept the privacy policy, click ‘Agree’

  • At the top you can change the routers log in default password to a password of your choice, click ‘Apply’.
  • Under the ‘2.4 GHz Basic Settings’ change the Network Name (SSID) to a name of your choice.
  • Leave the ‘Security Mode’ set to WPA2 (AES)-PSK
  • Change the Password’ to a Wi-Fi password of your choice.
  • Click ‘Apply’
  • A pop up will appear to confirm the changes.
  • Select ‘Yes’.

Previously logged into the router

  • In the routers home interface, under ‘2 My Router’, select “Settings” under the Wi-Fi section.

  • Under the ‘2.4 GHz Basic Settings’ change the Network Name (SSID) to a name of your choice.
  • Tick the ‘Broadcast SSID’ box so that devices can see your network name.
  • Leave the ‘Security Mode’ set to WPA2 (AES)-PSK
  • Change the Password’ to a Wi-Fi password of your choice.
  • Click ‘Apply’
  • A pop up will appear to confirm the changes.
  • Select ‘Yes’.

  • Repeat these steps for the 5.0 GHz settings.
  • Don’t change the Advanced settings

How to create a strong password. It is important to create a strong and secure password. Use a minimum of 10 characters. Include uppercase, lowercase, numbers and use at least one special character (eg: =~_{} @^&>*) in the password. Do not include a username or your name in the password.

LTE Set Up. If you require further assistance with your LTE set up, please follow our step-by-step LTE guide to help you.

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