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Find Wi-Fi info for 2Wire 2701

Looking for your Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and password (network key) to connect devices to your home network? Here’s how to find them.


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2Wire

2701 HGV-B (Black)

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Get your network info

You can find your Wi-Fi name and password on your gateway or on the gateway settings screen. But your gateway label is the quickest way to get default Wi-Fi network info. Changed your Wi-Fi name and password from the default info? You can still get your changed Wi-Fi info from the gateway settings screen.

Wi-Fi gateway

You’ll find a sticker on the side of your gateway with your original Wi-Fi settings:
  • Wi-Fi name is 2WIRE followed by the last three digits of gateway serial number (SN).
  • Wi-Fi password is labeled Wireless Network Key. macOS® users may need to enter $ at the beginning of the Wi-Fi password.

Modem sticker

Gateway settings screen

You can also get your network info from a device connected to your home Wi-Fi network. This is useful if you or someone else changed your Wi-Fi name or password.
  1. Go to gateway settings.
  2. Select Home Network, then Edit Settings.
  3. For Password, enter System Password from the side of your gateway.
  4. In Status at a Glance: Wireless Settings, select Edit Settings:
    • In Identify Network, check Network Name for your Wi-Fi network name.
    • In Wireless Security, look at Custom pass phrase for your Wi-Fi password.

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