What is my network SSID?

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I'm trying to setup my printer but I need to know what is my network SSID.

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SSID is simply the technical term for your network name. When you set up a wireless home network, you give it a name to distinguish it from other networks in your neighborhood. You’ll see this name when you connect your computer to your wireless network. WPA2 is a standard for wireless security. You can check your computer when it’s connected to see what wi-fi connection its using. Use that same name for the printer.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    While you asked for printer setup and also there is mentioned SSID which is related to WLAN/Wi-Fi which acts as a password. Assuming you asked for setting up a printer which Wi-Fi capable and you wanted to connect the printer either your mobile or other device. If SSID asks at the time of joining, you can ask this one to your sys admin person (for office purpose) or ask the person who sets up the printer.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Providing here a good link from HP official web site for more concepts and related information, although you did not mention printer make/model, but basic configuration is same for almost all modern printers. Please check here: http://www8.hp.com/in/en/campaigns/wireless-printing-center/printer-setup-help.html 
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