In-home WiFi gives you a superior wireless internet experience, allowing you to connect all of your devices to your home network. You'll have the speed and range to stream, game and upload with ease. For an additional monthly charge, we offer Spectrum customers a WiFi router that provides wireless connectivity for your home and includes dedicated 24/7 support. Learn more about adding In-home WiFi to your household.
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WiFi Network Name & Password
Your wireless router is pre-set with WPA2 encryption with a unique network name (SSID) and password. The default SSID and password are uniquely generated for every device. You can find this information on a label on the back or side of your router when you need it to connect a device to your network.
Learn more about finding your WiFi name and password.
Learn how to connect your device to your WiFi network.
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I have two pieces of equipment for internet & WiFi:(Separate Modem and Router)
Buying Your Own Router
If you choose, you can purchase your own router to use with Spectrum Internet.
- We recommend the router be an 802.11ac router with a built-in gigabit switch.
- Most 802.11ac routers have a built-in full-duplex 10/100 Ethernet switch, which can inhibit the system from achieving appropriate speeds.
- For heavy internet and multiple wireless device usage (e.g. watching live video on multiple devices), we suggest using a router that provides concurrent dual-band wireless-AC connections.
Setting Up Spectrum Internet and In-Home WiFi
Setting Up Spectrum In-Home WiFi
Maximizing In Home WiFi
Setting Up Spectrum Internet, WiFi, and Voice Services
Test Internet WiFi Speeds
Using Your Spectrum.net Email Video
Managing Your Email Settings on Spectrum.net Video
Setting Up Internet and Voice Services
Setting Up Spectrum Internet Service
Replacing Your Modem