Once my kit placement has stabilised (pre-N client adapter issue still being resolved for 1 PC), I intend to set the IP for the PC connected via Ethernet cable, to be the only one able to access the Router's config page (password protected at the mo').
I have changed the SSID once already (mistakenly via wireless rather then wired!), but its a pain having to reset it on all clients as well.
Is there any advantage to specifying specific client WLAN's IPs rather then just a range?
From the timings of each DoS log entry, they seem more like probes. Just wondering if there's anything in my setup which might be attracting them.
With WLAN kit apparently always using the standard set of IPs, isn't there benefit to changing them?
I mean, they always seem to be 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124 Why not set them as something completely different as its only the ISP's (usually dynamic) IP assigned/cloned for the router that counts for the WAN?