You can change Verizon Wi-Fi name (SSID) or password (WPA2/WEP key) at any time. After applying the changes,
be sure to reconnect any Wi-Fi device with the same customized Verizon Wi-Fi network name and password.
Verizon provides a variety of tools to change or reset Verizon wi-fi name or password:
- My Verizon
- My Fios app
- Router label
Change or reset Verizon Wi-Fi name or password using My Fios app
- If you have a Verizon Fios Advanced router or Fios Quantum Gateway, use the My Fios app and select:
- Internet > click MY Networks select a network > select Edit to make changes then enter your new credentials.
- Note: If your Wi-Fi access is disabled, you will have to select Enable Private Wi-Fi Access.
- Note: If you have separate Wi-Fi names for your 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks and you changed your password, reconnect any Wi-Fi device. The password is always the same for both wi-fi networks.
Change or reset Verizon Wi-Fi name or password using My Verizon
- If you have a Verizon Fios Advanced router or Fios Quantum Gateway, login to My Verzion to change or reset Verizon WI-FI name or password.
- hover over Services, select Internet > click My Network, click a network to Manage > enter the new credentials and Save Changes
- If the Wi-Fi access is disabled, you will have to Enable Wi-Fi Access in the popup where you can manage your network.
Change or reset Verizon Wi-Fi name or password in your router manually
- If you don’t have a Verizon Fios Advanced router or Fios Quantum Gateway, you can change or reset the Verizon Wi-Fi name or password in your router manually. To make changes:
- Open your browser and enter 192.168.1.1
- Sign in with your Verizon router username and password
- Router name is admin. You can find the default router password written on your router label
- If you changed your Verizon router password and don’t remember it, you will need to reset your router to factory default settings
- Follow the directions onscreen or your router user guide to change your Wi-Fi network name or password