basic checklist of things to check to secure a router and wireless network with IP cams



Suppose I have a brand new router, and I have set up some basic things just to get a wireless home network going:I created an SSID name for the network, and it's WPA2-PSK protected. I also added a password for the router "admin" in order to prevent others allowed in the network from modifying the router settings.The router gateway/settings cannot be accessed from WAN.I also had needed to do some port fwding on some ports in order to access security IP cams from the internet. Thus for ex: h

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