When you finish entering your changes, press the Save button at the bottom of the page.
This can be any name you want. U.S. Robotics recommends that you treat your network name like a password and use a combination of more than eight alphanumeric characters that is not easy to guess (such as “USR5461APOffice” or “Fish81Tree”).
If the access point broadcasts the network name, any wireless device can find out what it is and connect to the access point, unless you set further security measures, such as encryption, on the Security page. You can disable broadcast so that someone will need to enter the network name for a client to connect to the access point.
Please note that WDS connections do not support WPA2 security, RADIUS authentication or the combined TKIP and AES encryption. You will need to specify either WPA (PSK) and TKIP, WPA (PSK) and AES, WEP open, or WEP shared on the Security page.