On 2011/04/26 17:38, iJohn so eloquently wrote:
To repeat for what it's worth, you simply can NOT permanently lock yourself out of your network. The worst you can do is forget and lose all the router passwords and need to go through the hassle of resetting the router back to the factory defaults so you can go redo the entire configuration process for the router and all your systems.
Most of the routers that I've used had the ability to save the configuration which you could re-load if need be.
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