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Connect devices to your network

You can configure Wi-Fi on your Network Box, so you can connect wireless and wired devices.

Add a wireless device

Due to the large variety of wireless devices available, we're unable to provide instructions for how to connect them to your network. Please see the manufacturer's instructions supplied with the wireless device you want to connect.

To add a wireless device to your Wi-Fi network, you’ll need to know your network password, which is available in your Fiber account.


To find your network password:

  1. Sign in to Google Fiber using the email and password you use for your Google Fiber account.

  2. Select Network tab

  3. Select Show Password.

    Find Wi-Fi password in Google Fiber account

  4. A popup will appear with your current network password.

Add a wired device

The Network Box is the primary access point of your home network and provides four LAN ports to which you can connect up to four devices, such as PCs or gaming consoles. Wiring your non-Google Fiber devices directly to the Network Box provides the fastest connection speeds.

To wire a device directly to your network, simply connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the device and the other end to any LAN port on the Network Box.

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