What is SSID?
SSID, or Service Set Identifier, is the workgroup name of yourWireless Network. All devices (Access Points, Wireless Routers, andWireless Network Adapters) must all have the same SSID tocommunicate on the Wireless Network. All D-Link Wireless deviceshave the default SSID of default, all lower case.
You can use up to 32 letters and/or numbers.
Do not use spaces, dashes, slashes, or other non-alphanumericcharacters.
The SSID is CaSe-SenSiTiVe.
It is recommended to change your SSID. Since the SSID istransmitted, do not use personal information. The SSID has nothingto do with security; it simply is a name for your wirelessnetwork.