wireless security

  MyG 10:03 06 Apr 08

I have just set up my belkin n1 router, and following the set up the security level seems good - WPA2/PSK encryption enabled, network renamed from the default, SSID set as not discoverable and management rights access password set (different to the PSK) - is this adequate to protect the network and all allowable devices from unathorised access or should I do more - it is a bit scarey when you see how many other net works you could access when you activate the wireless connection.

  skidzy 10:14 06 Apr 08

Looks like you have your security pretty well covered MyG.

Coupled with a decent firewall such as Zonealarm/Comodo/Sygate/Sunbelt etc and the routers NAT firewall enabled...you are fine.

  rawprawn 10:15 06 Apr 08

You should be fine with what you have done.

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