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Posted on 2011-09-03
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Hi all

Iam checking someones network for them and this router iam not to familer with.
 
Under the router it has wep code and a wpa code and then a number code.
When i logon with my pc it only asks me for the number code is this safe??

Thanks Davy
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I could be wrong but I think that it is a 4 digit code that is a DTR remote code that is needed for TVs and the like to connect to the Thomson Router.
No I do not believe it is safe since it is only for non-WPA or non-WEP enabled appliances.
Thanks,
Kelly W.
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