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How to Change Unifi Wifi Name & Password on TP-Link Router

How to Change Unifi Wifi Password & Name on TP-Link Router

This guide helps you to change the Unite Wifi password on the TP-Link router. Changing the Wifi password of Unifi enables you to secure your home internet connection. Whether you are using Streamyx or Unifi Fibre, you need to change the password whenever you upgrade to a new package or downgrade the package.

What are the benefits of Using Unifi ISP?

In the online world, taking care of cyber attacks is essential. Luckily, Unifi offers advanced firewalls and security protection. A few internet users know about changing the Wifi password of Unifi. If you are also one of them, go through this step-by-step guide.

This guide will explain the step-by-step guide to changing the Wifi network password.

How to change the Unifi Wifi password on the TP-Link router

Change Unifi Password Using Basic Wireless Settings

  • Open a web browser and go to
  • Enter the login details
  • Default username: admin, password: admin
  • Click on the login button and then select Basic
  • Click on Wireless
  • If you have enabled both 2.4 and 5GHz, then there will be two boxes
  • If you have enabled the 2.4GHz Wireless
  • In the Wireless Network Name (SSID) box, enter your desired Wifi name
  • In the password field, enter your desired password for Unifi Wifi
  • If you have 5GHz as well, then repeat the password and Wifi name changing steps as shown for 2.4GHz
  • Click on the “Save” button to apply the changes
  • Re-connect your device with a new Wifi name and password

Change Unifi Wifi Password Through Advanced Wireless Settings

  • Go to and enter the login details
  • Select ” Advanced ” From the top menu and then click “Wireless Menu.”
  • Go to “Wireless Settings” from the drop-down menu
  • From the top right side of the popup window, you will see 2.4GHz  and 5GHz.
  • By default, 2.4GHz is selected.
  • Click the radio button before “Enable Wireless Radio” to enable this option.
  • Enter the name of your Wireless Network Name (SSID)
  • Now select WPA/WPA2-Personal for security purposes
  • Select WPA2-PSK for the version. Select AES for Encryption. Enter your password
  • Select 802.11b/g/n mixed for Mode
  • Choose Auto for Channel Width
  • Choose Auto from the channel drop-down list
  • From Transmit Power, select High
  • Finally, “Save’ to keep all the changes


That’s all; you have changed the Unifi Wifi password and secured your internet connection. This guide explains basic and advanced wireless settings for changing the Wifi name and password. Another good thing is that in the Unifi, you can enable both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.

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