Netgear Access Point

I have 10 Netgear WNAP320 Access Points. In Web Interface\Monitoring\Rogue AP I can see a list containing some of them.

1. Can I change this?
2. Should I be worried?

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Pat O'BrienPastorCommented:
I had a similar issue.  I found that it wasn't always the same ones showing up.  Make sure the ones not showing up are in fact working.  I had one that had become mysteriously unplugged (someone with too much time and a ladder) and the other seemed fine, but when I reset it and put all the correct setting in, it was fine.  There was enough coverage from next building that no one had noticed that WAP was totally off.

Hope this helps.

PS in process of replacing NETGEAR

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HKFueyAuthor Commented:
I set all my AP's to different channels, now the Rogue AP lists are empty. Thanks.
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