04-26-2012 02:27 AM
My router has a main network name (SSID) and media network name (SSID). I know how to change the main network name (SSID) but I don't remember exactly how I can change media network name (SSID).
04-29-2012 01:00 PM
If you would like to change the password then here is the link which can help you: http://www6.nohold.net/Cisco2/ukp.aspx?pid=93&login=1&vw=1&app=search&articleid=17720&userrole=Links...
04-30-2012 09:23 PM - edited 04-30-2012 09:30 PM
The "Server Name" is under the "Storage" tab then under the "Media Server" sub-tab.
Wait. Are you sure you're referring to the E2000 router because this model does not have media server functions. The answer above that i provided is from an E4200 point of view, if it helps.
05-02-2012 08:27 AM
I encountered the same thing yesterday with my Cisco E2000 router. I have owned the router for over a year and never a problem. Then yesterday we lost our wireless network connection. When I looked at network connections my SSID connection was not listed. There was however a new connection called Cisco55345 along with some others that are near by.
What got my attention was that the Cisco55345 had excelent signal strength. i live in a small town and and no networks are near me. Those I am able to pick up are poor connections and generaly wont connect.
I to use Network Magic and it does show two SSIDs. A main network name and a media network name. However the router itself shows only the one SSID. Beginning to sound like a issue involving Network Magic.
I would like to hear more on this from anybody with additional info. I am going to contact Network Magic customer support now.