Setup a 2nd SSID with a different security type for devices that won't connect.

Sometimes you have one Wi-Fi device that just won't connect to your Wi-Fi. This articles shows you how to setup a secodary SSID so that device can have it's own security settings.  
NOTE:  This article applies to newer CenturyLink modems. Other modems may have different features, lights, and behaviors.
Modem Wireless Step 1-3
  1. Connect a device directly to your modem.
  1. Open a web browser and go to
  1. Login to your modem by entering the Admin Username and Admin Password, then select "Apply." If your modem is using the default settings, this information is located on the modem sticker.
Learn more about password security best practices.
  1. Select "Wireless Setup."
  1. Select the "SSID Setup."
  1. Select SSID2, SSID3 or SSID4.
  1. Select "Broadcast SSID."
  1. From here you can change the "Network Name." (optional)
  1. Select "Apply" to save your changes.
  1. Select "Wireless Security".
  1. Select the "SSID" that you enabled at the beginning of this article.
  1. Select the desired security type. Sometimes choosing a less secure type like WEP (when available) will allow older devices to connect.
  1. From here you can select "default" or a "custom" key/passphrase.
  1. Select "Apply" to save your changes..
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