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Connecting to Home Wireless
Your AT&T Wireless network gives you a secure way to enjoy your Internet service. You can connect your Wi-Fi-enabled device and connect from almost anywhere in your home.
To connect to your Wi-Fi network you'll need to:
- Choose the wireless connection icon on your device and select your network ("ATT" plus the last three digits of the gateway serial number).
- If your network is security-enabled, enter your Wireless Network Password found on the label on the side of your gateway.
- Launch browser and begin browsing.
Find Wi-Fi Network Name & Password
You will need your Wi-Fi network name and password to connect all your Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
Network Name: This is the word "ATT" followed by the last three digits of the gateway serial number ("SN").
Network Password: This is a 10 or 12-digit number located in brackets ("[ ]") or labeled "Wireless Network Key" located on the bottom or side of the gateway.
Note: If you are a Mac OS X user, you may need to enter the "$" character at the beginning of your wireless network key.
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Accessing AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots
Wi-Fi hotspots can help you connect while you're away from home —and you don't have to worry about data usage while you browse at full speed. You can access Wi-Fi from more than 32,000 hotspot locations across the U.S. With AT&T, you're never far from connecting with what matters to you most.
Connecting to AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots
Our Wi-Fi hotspots are available nationwide. To establish an Internet connection on your laptop or mobile device:
- Select attwifi from your list of wireless networks.
- Open your browser to att.net
- Enter a user name, select domain, and enter password.