How to change the WiFi password of the Verizon FiOS router?

The security of your Wifi will save you a lot of trouble. That’s why we decided to show you the 3 damages you will avoid with safe Wifi. You may not have understood this, but we hope you will open your eyes and protect your home internet.

    1. You could lose your job: If you work at home and your Wifi is slow, the company could fire you if they don’t see the performance they want.
    2. Your bank account could be zero: A free internet network not only allows access to others to receive free Internet but also to bank details, such as passwords.
    3. Someone would involve you in criminal acts: E-crime has increased and by using your free internet network, you would be exposed as an implicated party, as your data would be recorded as the source of the crime.

So, be very careful! It costs nothing to protect your wifi and make your online environment safe.


How do I modify my Wi-Fi name & password?

All you have to do is know what model your modem/router is and follow the steps below to update or improve your key.

Using My Fios app on the phone

If you have Fios Quantum Gateway or a Verizon Fios Advanced router:

  1. Open or install “My Fios app”, URL: “”.
  2. Choose “Internet”.
  3. Below “My Networks” select your network.
  4. “Edit” and enter what you need.
  5. Save changes.

From My Verizon web user interface

If you have Fios Quantum Gateway or a Verizon Fios Advanced router:

  1. Login “” with your username and keycode.
  2. Above “Services” choose “Internet”.
  3. Below “My Network” select your wireless in “Manage” and fill in what you need.
  4. Save settings.

5G Home internet via My Verizon app

  1. Tap “My Verizon” and “My Devices”.
  2. Click “Manage”.
  3. “Networks” section select your wireless.
  4. In the “Wi-Fi network name” box add a new.
  5. Modify your Wi-Fi key in the “Password” field.
  6. Touch “Confirm” and “Save”.

5G Home Wi-Fi Extender

  1. Open “http://verizonre/” or “http://verizonre.local” or “” the one that works for you.
  2. Use “admin” as the password.
  3. In the “Extender Network” section click on the “>” symbol.
  4. Touch “Network Settings” then “Extended Network”.
  5. In the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz bands you can modify the “Password”, both bands need to have the same password.
  6. Then “Save”.

G1100 / Frontier / Actiontec MI424WR / Quantum

  1. Go to URL: “” or “”.
  2. Use “admin” in User Name and the passcode on the sticker behind your router/modem and click “OK”.
  3. Tap the “Wireless Settings” top bar and “Basic Security Settings” on the left menu.
  4. In the “SSID” box you can modify your current network name.
  5. Wi-Fi passcode can be described as a “Key Code” or “Pre-Shared Key” and “Password” fields.
  6. Finally, press “Apply”.

D-Link DSL 2750B Wireless Gateway

  1. Launch the IP: “”.
  2. Tap “Settings” and for the access data in the “User Name” and “Password” boxes, look behind your router, and touch “Continue >”.
  3. Click the “Wireless” top menu and the “Wireless” left menu.
  4. In “Wireless Network (SSID)” change your Wi-Fi name.
  5. In “Pre-Shared Key” check “Advanced WPA” to add a new Wi-Fi key.
  6. Ends by pressing “Apply”.

Jetpack MiFi 7730L

  1. Go to “http://my.jetpack/” or “” in your browser.
  2. Clic “Jetpack Settings” left menu.
  3. in “Wi-Fi” tap “Primary Network” or “Guest Network”.
  4. In the “Wi-Fi Password (Key)” box enter a new passcode.
  5. Then “Save Changes”.

Reset my Wi-Fi connection

If you forgot your password or can’t access it, you need to locate the hole in the back of your modem/router device and press and hold for 15 seconds with a paper clip or needle until it resets and test and connect to your device again once it has completely restarted and the lights are no longer flashing.

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