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Hub 3.0 Router Status Help

Hello

Can anyone help clear up what one of the options in the Router Status / Configuration tab means please? 

From check router status > router status > configuration, the first line shows "Network Access: Allowed"

Is this a general network status, showing everything is working correctly, or is it something to do with Remote Access (which as far as I am aware is something I definitely dont want to allowed/enabled)

I have logged into my router and confirmed that Remote Access is disabled, but a little paranoid after seeing the Network Access status in the main config tab

Thanks for your help!

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@rupertgiles wrote:

Hello

Can anyone help clear up what one of the options in the Router Status / Configuration tab means please? 

From check router status > router status > configuration, the first line shows "Network Access: Allowed"

Is this a general network status, showing everything is working correctly, or is it something to do with Remote Access (which as far as I am aware is something I definitely dont want to allowed/enabled)

I have logged into my router and confirmed that Remote Access is disabled, but a little paranoid after seeing the Network Access status in the main config tab

Thanks for your help!


If I'm correct, it means you have internet connection and you aren't restricted.


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Thanks - so we can be confident this setting has nothing to do with Remote Access?

 

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@rupertgiles wrote:

Thanks - so we can be confident this setting has nothing to do with Remote Access?

 


Yes 🙂


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