Here are a few top solutions that can help resolve Wi-Fi connection issues.
Wi-Fi connection appears slow or spotty
Check helpful tips on how to resolve slow or intermittent connections. You can also use our Guided Solutions Tool to help diagnose and fix the issue you may be experiencing.
Home Wi-Fi name isn’t showing on my device
Make sure you did not accidentally disable Wi-Fi access for that device. Learn how to enable or disable Wi-Fi access to a device via Parental Controls.
Manage Wi-Fi Access
Forgot Wi-Fi password
If you forgot your Wi-Fi password you can find your home wireless network name (SSID) and password (WPA2) on your router’s label. You can also find your password online in My Verizon or in the My Fios app. This is helpful if you customized your password. Learn more about how-to find your Wi-Fi password.
Note: If the Wi-Fi credentials have been changed at any point, the information on the label will be invalid.
Turning your router off and on solves most connection issues:
Unplug your router
Wait one minute
Plug your router back in
Attempt to connect to the internet
If rebooting your router didn't solve the issue, check your DSL hardware to determine if your router is connected to the internet.
Note: If you have Verizon HSI service, check to make sure you installed filters on all phone devices, including fax machines and answering machines, and make sure you do not have a filter between your phone jack and router.
For more details, refer to your installation guide.
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