Renaming your network in OS X

Instead of having the same self-assigned names like AirPort appear in the menu bar, or whatever the default name might be for a new device you install on your Mac network, you can have a custom name of your choice.

In case you haven't already discovered this, just go to Network in System Preferences.

From here, select a network connection on the left, such as AirPort, for example.

Go down to the little gear at the bottom left and choose Rename Service.


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