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  1. So you have a lock system that runs on 176khz. What kind of device would be used to capture RFID card information. Basically you swipe the card in from of the reader and it lets you in the door. I don't know a lot about access control systems and I'm kinda curious. Is there much security on these things or are they a lot like a garage door opener? I curious about auditing them and I also curious about things you can do to make them more secure. Any thoughts?
  2. Hi Guys, Long time lurker but, finally, I actually have an issue and let's see what you experts have to say about it. I have a Nighthawk X6 R8000 router and someone else is allowed to use it. Access control is enabled and so are Dynamic QoS and WMM. Normally, the router lets me manually edit a device priority (low, medium, high, highest) and it lets me name devices as they are seen by the Netgear Genie as I please. However, on his new PC, I can no longer set a friendly name for it and, more troubling, I can't set the priority at all. Also, a drop-down list that allowed me to set the 'device type' is no longer working - mostly cosmetic, used to show pretty pictures of phones or computers... Does anyone understand what's going on here and what I can do to regain control of my router? It's a little complicated but the router is mine and I am the one who pays the Internet bill and I also happen to work from home most of the time so there are times when I need to lower the priority of other network users because our bandwidth is that too high. Any help is much appreciated. Again: Nighthawk X6 R8000 router, Netgear Genie software. Cheers, -ad
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