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How do I change my wireless name and password on a Zyxel VMG 3925 router?

Written by KCOM Support on 23/03/2022. Posted in Broadband.

To protect your Zyxel router from being accessed wirelessly by unauthorised users, you can change your wireless password. For a personal touch, you can also change your wireless name.

Zyxel VMG 3925

Changing your Wi-Fi name and password

  1. Connect a device to your Zyxel router using an Ethernet cable (recommended) or Wi-Fi.

    Connect to Ethernet or Wi-Fi
  2. Open a new web browser and type into your address bar, then press enter or go.

    URL Address
  3. You now need to login with your username and password. The username will be admin and the password will be either be 1234, the admin password on the back of your router, or the password you set previously.

    Now select Login.

    Password not working?

    If the password doesn't work, you may need to factory reset your router.

    To factory reset the router, find a pin and push it into the 'Reset' hole on the back of the router for 10 seconds. After a few minutes when your router has turned back on, go back to Step 1.

  4. Select Network Settings at the bottom of the page and then select Wireless.

    Network Settings
  5. Want to change your wireless name first? Find the setting called Wireless Network Name, delete the text in the box, and then type in a name for your wireless network.

    Wireless Network Name
  6. Next, scroll down and find the Security Level section.

    Make sure it's set to More Secure (the green setting) and also make sure the Security Mode is set to WPA2-PSK.

    A setting called Generate password automatically may be ticked - Unchecked untick this, and then type in a password in the password box. This password needs to be at least 8 characters long.

    Wireless Password
  7. When you've typed in a name and password for your wireless network, scroll down and select Apply at the bottom of the page.

    Something to note

    Devices may lose connection after changing your wireless name or password, so you may need to reconnect them.

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