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?What is a Wireless Network's SSID

    An SSID is a 32-character alphanumeric key uniquely identifying a wireless LAN. Its purpose is stop other wireless equipment accessing your LAN — whether accidentally or intentionally. To communicate, wireless devices must be configured with the same SSID. Most NETGEAR products have a "site survey" tool that automatically looks for other wireless devices, and displays their SSID.

    If you unselect Allow broadcast of SSID in a router or access point, the SSID of that device will not be visible in another device's site survey, and must be entered manually.

    The SSID is not a strong security measure, and should be used in conjunction with other security such as WEP or WPA.

    The Extended Service Set Identification (ESSID) is one of two types of Service Set Identification (SSID). An Ad-hoc wireless network with no access points uses the Basic Service Set Identification (BSSID). In an infrastructure wireless network that includes an access point, the Extended Service Set Identification (ESSID) is used — although it may still be referred in a loose sense as SSID. Some vendors refer to the SSID as the "network name".


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