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100 original and funny names to put on your WiFi


If you want to give your WiFi network a more fun touch, rename it!

The Internet has become an essential tool today. It does not matter where we go and it is that the network is everywhere.

At home, at work, at university, cafeterias ... and even in many streets of some cities.

It is obvious, but to have internet we must have a device that provides it to us, this being in most cases the router. Yes, that device that many of you have next to the television and that emits lights.

You will also know that the network provided by your telephone operator is password protected and has a very boring name, such as Movistar_121212 or VodafoneBA12323, generic and very bland names that don't say anything.

So if you want to give your WiFi network a unique touch or simply waver / troll your neighbors, Why don't you try changing the name of your network?

Best WiFi Network Names: 100 Funny And Witty Names

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If the name of your WiFi bores you, try some of the names that we leave you below

  • This is not a WiFi
  • Free WIFI
  • Virus Free
  • Infected Network
  • The Yisus watches over you
  • Netflix Free
  • Password is 1234567
  • Guifi
  • Free Trojans
  • Even though I don't think it's a wifi
  • Stealing WiFi is not from God
  • Christ is coming soon
  • You will not steal your neighbor's WiFi
  • I know what you're thinking
  • I hate you all
  • Win32 / Injector.DVCX
  • Lazy works and pays your WiFi
  • Insecure WiFi
  • No Internet access
  • Win32 / TrojanDownloader
  • 01100110 01110010 01100101 01100101
  • 802.11a band
  • 192.168.0.1
  • 4 8 15 16 23 42
  • C: Virus.exe
  • Connecting ...
  • Loading…
  • Linux devices only
  • The database has been updated
  • May the WiFi be with you
  • ObiWAN Kenobi
  • WiFi Man
  • Port of Mordor
  • NANANANANANANANANANA-WiFi
  • Free FiWi
  • LAN Solo
  • DC Fans Only
  • LANnister House
  • Abraham Linksys
  • Marvel is better than DC
  • HP-Deskjet Printer
  • Bluetooth Speaker
  • Samsung Galaxy s3
  • Public Library
  • 404 No Found
  • FBI-Central
  • Nobody Lives Here
  • The world's worst free WiFi
  • Network Offline
  • Wifi exchange for rent
  • Free CANTV
  • I Believe Wi can Fi
  • Go Go Internet Gadget
  • Setting up ...
  • Girls Gone Wireless
  • The LAN Before Time
  • LAN Down Under
  • Vladimir Computin
  • Get off My LAN!
  • Winternet is Coming
  • Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Lan
  • FBI Surveillance Van
  • Skynet Global Defense Network
  • Free Internet
  • Free WiFi
  • Nobody loves You
  • Pay Your WiFi
  • Internet for Food
  • Phone infected in 3.2.1
  • The password is in your heart
  • HackeMate
  • The NET lake monster
  • Accessing ...
  • The neighbor has not paid the rent
  • No free WiFi around here
  • WiFi Without Password
  • Mom uses this
  • Neighbor of 4B if I give you WiFi
  • Don't make noise and I'll give you the key
  • Those from above scream a lot
  • I call the Civil Guard
  • WiFi prohibited
  • Your Wi-Fi is in another castle
  • Dora the Internet Explorer
  • WIFI € 1.20 / min
  • Save the Wifi Soldier
  • Martin Router King
  • Your girlfriend cheats on you
  • Error 404 Wi-Fi not available
  • Format Windows
  • HackeMate
  • 2 shotguns I have
  • This network is your father
  • Socrates
  • Sometimes I see WiFis
  • I am your WiFi
  • Breathalyzer control, blow on the WiFi
  • FiWi
  • Buy gold
  • I have PlayStation

How to change the name of your WiFi network

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Changing the name of your Wifi network is very easy.

Changing the name of your WiFi network is really easy and you don't need any special tools, only a Windows or MacOS computer.

The first and most important thing we need to know is the local IP or default gateway of the router. For this we will have to open the start menu in Windows and type cmd. Inside the Windows terminal we type ipconfig. Once this is done, different IP addresses will appear although the one that interests us is the one called the default gateway. Copy it.

In MacoS we can also find out by writing ipconfig in terminal.

Once we have copied this number, we paste it in the address bar of the browser. A window will open here that will ask for a username and password. Sometimes it is admin / admin and if not, these values ​​will appear below the router. We look for them and we introduce them.

Once inside the router menu –which will be different in appearance for each of the operators but with identical sections–, We look for the section Network name (SSID) and we change the name of the network. We save the data and voila, we can play pranks on our neighbors.