In gearing up to do the network the copier I mentioned (set to happen Wednesday), updating the firmware on the repeaters, I decided to ask a few questions I have meant to ask. 1. Is there a place that can check the security on your network? I know Belarc has a thing, but it gives pretty low scores at home and work. I am not sure what their standards are, but am curious. 2. As far as the repeaters (I think we actually have 6) and access points. I assigned names to each one. For instance (abbreviation of church name and then Kitchen, youth center, etc. ) as well as the guests on the two access points (abbreviation of church name and north etc.) and kept the password the same on each. I gave the staff accounts on the two access points as two separate names totally unrelated to the church or even Christianity so people wouldn't know they were ours as an extra layer of security. I recently saw someone say to someone else that the Cisco standard was to have the same name for each and that it would help in keeping connection while going throughout the building. Another said that that could be confusing if there were more than one in reach from a location and troubleshooting is tougher since you don't know where the problem is. I certainly can see benefits of both. What do you guys do? Any thoughts. 3. I wasn't able to get into the Main router the other day. I don't know if I forgot the password after changing it or what. I have my files and notes and will try again, but the ones I had written down weren't working through the app. I will try upstairs. I am concerned I picked such a tough one that even I can't figure it out. Is there a way to get that back? My suspicion is that I will have to set it back to new and redo everything, but don't want to do that yet. It has probably been a good year and half or two since I messed with it as I have had so much more to do, and people didn't want the passwords changed on the guest because of having to retype 6 different ones over again on ones saved. I might change them all anyhow.