There are also times when the connection between our network and your modem temporarily won't allow you to edit your network. If this happens, you won't see the Edit Network option. You can try again later, or do it from your modem settings.
There are three ways you can change your WiFi password:
How to change your WiFi password on the My CenturyLink website
1. Sign in to My CenturyLink and click on Services from the top menu. The Services page opens to the Internet and WiFi section.
2. Scroll down the page to find the section for WiFi Networks.
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3. Click on the link to edit WiFi info. This will open a box showing your current network and password. Simply enter a new password and click "save."
If you are prompted to choose 64 bits or 128 bits, follow these guidelines:
64 bits: Enter 10 characters*
128 bits: Enter 26 characters*
* Characters can only contain letters between A-F and numbers between 0-9 with no spaces.
In all other cases, your custom password must contain:
Between 8 and 63 characters
At least one number from 0 to 9
At least one letter from A to Z
Note: The space character can be used (but is not required)
Helpful hint: If you lose or forget your password, you can sign back in to the Wireless Security menu and choose "Use Default." This will revert the password to the original one printed on the modem sticker.
Can't edit network
If one of the following situations is true for you, you will not be able to edit your WiFi network in the app or on the website.