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Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

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Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

So complying with the mandatory "stay put" that the Gov. in Michigan has issued during the Zombie Apocalypse, have you played around with your Meraki Lab and came up with some "creative" WiFi names?

 

So far.... (top 5)

1. Please reboot.

2. Connecting...

3. Loading...

4. Unable to connect to the Internet.

5. Enter your username

 

Sorry, going stir crazy over here.

If humour is not required, you can skip Window 1 and continue on your way.

 

Please remember, don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.

JG

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

Not one I created but on my daily commute (remember those days?) someone on the train had a hotspot called:

 

This is not the WiFi you are looking for

 

I rather liked that one 😀

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

My SSID at home is "Meraki so Fly"

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

I have multiple at home, one for me and the wife and one for each child.  Each one is a different womble.  The timed SSID availability feature comes in very useful 😎

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decided to share my wifi with my neighbors and named it 免费WiFi

it means free wifi, but no one has connected yet 😞 

Stay safe people from South Africa

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

I used to have one of mine set to: GCHQ Mobile Monitoring Station

 

Now, my private SSID is 2 fly for wifi and my public/guest wifi is set to my wifi is better than yours

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

Here are a few ideas:

iFiW rorriM

87 105 70 105 -> ASCII for WiFi

SayNoToTwistedPair

PrettyFlyForAWiFi

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

My mobile hotspot wifi SSID has always been named either "CIA Surveillance Van" or "NSA Tracking Station".  Always funny when I turn it on and see a few people in the area who are scanning for signals who do a quick look around. 

 

I changed my home lab SSID to "Umbrella Corporation Secure WiFI" and my guest is "Racoon City Public Wifi" as an homage during this Zombie outbreak.  😉

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inSSIDious

Schweddy Balls

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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

My three SSIDs here at home are;
1) Global Digital Defense Network
2) Winona Router
3) Krusty Krab
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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

i've been playing with emojis in SSIDs. Fun until there are legacy devices that don't support emojis.

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“Help I’m stuck inside the WiFi!“

I’ve started experimenting with multiple SSID jokes:
#### what’s the difference
### between a snow man
## and a snow woman?
# snowballs!
Colin Lowenberg
wireless engineer and startup founder, formerly known as "the API guy", now I run a Furapi, the therapy dog service, and Lowenberg Labs, an IT consulting company.
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Re: Humor - So, bored WFH? What funny SSIDs have you recently created?

I have used

 

Police surveillance van #3

MyWiFi

Not for you

Not the wireless you are looking for

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I once had a guest wifi SSID as

 

#MyWifeHasAnAwesomeRack# 

 

just to see who would try and connect to it.

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