Change JioFi WiFi Password
How to change the JioFi password
Your JioFi Wi-Fi network’s password is a random mix of words, digits, and symbols by default. However, that password is difficult to remember, and you must save it somewhere in order to connect to the network with new devices.
Furthermore, if you have shared your password with anyone, there is a potential that others will learn about it as well. As a result, you should think about updating your JioFi Wi-Fi network’s password.
Changing your JioFi WiFi password is a simple process, and once you’ve done so, your network will be even more secure, and no one will be able to join your network without knowing your password.
A Wi-Fi password can be between 8 and 32 characters long and contain alphabets, numbers, and special characters. When creating a new password, use a combination of alphabets, digits, and special characters because such passwords are difficult to guess and keep your Wi-Fi network safe and secure.
What Is The Best Way To Change JioFi WiFi Password?
Follow these procedures to update the password for your JioFi Wi-Fi network:
1. The first thing you should do is turn on your JioFi Wi-Fi router.
2. Connect your device to the JioFi Wi-Fi Network.
3. Open a web browser and type http://jiofi.local.html or http://192.168.225.1 into the URL bar.
4. You’ll be taken to a login page. Enter your username and password for logging in. The default username and password for JioFi routers are “administrator” and “administrator.”
5. Go to Network > Wi-Fi Configuration > Secure key once you’ve logged in.
6. Set your JioFi router’s new password and then click Apply.
All previously connected devices will be unplugged from your JioFi Wi-Fi network, and your JioFi password will be changed. You’ll need to reconnect to the Wi-Fi network with your new password.
It’s also a good idea to update your password every 3-4 months and use tools like Mozilla Firefox Monitor or Have I Been Pwned to see whether your email or password has been compromised in any data dumps.
Don’t use the same password on every site you register for; instead, use a password manager to keep track of all your sites and passwords.