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Unknown device

I have device on my wifi that I can't work out what it is. I reset the password on my wifi, went to have a look and it was still there connected. It is only called NP-1MK43RO52562. What is it? Do I need to get rid of it? How do I get rid of it?
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Re: Unknown device

You could start by rebooting the hub, this should refresh the connected devices list.

If it is still there try using this site to try and identify it my it's MAC address.

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Re: Unknown device

Thats a typical name used by HP Wireless Printers. 


200Mb(SH2 SH2AC Hub 3.0), 2 X V6 TV XL, Phone M. 100Mb Business (Hitron Hub).
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Re: Unknown device

By reboot, do you mean turn it off and on again?
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Re: Unknown device

Yes, do you have a HP printer as Tidus has advised?

EDIT

Come to think about it my Brother printer had the same sort of ID perhaps the NP stands for Network Printer.

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Re: Unknown device

My wife does but it should be connected to her work router not the family one....
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How do I remove it's access now?
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Yeah you were right. I turned her printer off and it disappeared from the network. Thanks to you both
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