How to change BT Hub WIFI Password

How to change BT Hub WIFI Password

Greetings, tech-savvy folks! Today, we're going to dive into the nitty-gritty of securing your home network by changing the WiFi password on your BT Hub. It's a simple yet crucial step in keeping your connection safe from unwanted intruders. Let's get started!

Step 1: Connect to Your Hub

First things first, ensure you are connected to your BT Hub either through a wired connection or WiFi. Open your favorite web browser and type in the Hub's IP address (usually in the address bar. Hit Enter, and you'll be taken to the Hub Manager login page.

Step 2: Log In to the Hub Manager

To access the Hub Manager, you'll need to enter your admin credentials. If you haven't changed them before, use the default ones. Don't worry; you'll be prompted to change these later for added security.

Step 3: Navigate to Advanced Settings

Once inside the Hub Manager, look for the "Advanced Settings" option. Click on it to reveal a menu with several configuration options.

Step 4: Locate the Wireless Settings

Within the Advanced Settings, find and click on "Wireless." This is where all the magic happens!

Step 5: Change Your WiFi Password

Here it is, the moment we've been waiting for! Look for the field displaying your current WiFi password. Click on it, and you'll be able to enter your new, super-strong password. Remember, a strong password consists of a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters. Aim for at least 12 characters to make it extra secure.

Password Text Box

Step 6: Save and Apply

Once you've entered your new password, hit the "Apply" or "Save" button. Your BT Hub will now update the settings, and your WiFi password will be changed.

Save Button

Step 7: Reconnect Your Devices

Now comes the easy part! Reconnect all your devices to your WiFi using the new password. Most devices will prompt you for the new password automatically when you try to connect.

Congratulations! You've successfully changed your BT Hub's WiFi password, giving your home network an added layer of protection. Remember to keep this password safe and never share it with strangers.

A secure WiFi network is the foundation of a safe online experience. By following these simple steps, you're safeguarding your home and all the connected devices from potential threats.

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