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I've tried from Linux, android, Windows, Mac, none of them can connect to the default hidden open access point (Pineapple5_????), is there something I need to switch on for this to work? This is with firmware 2.3.0, and factory reset. Originally I was concerned that having an open access point bridged to my internal network would be a security risk but, I can't even connect to it, so what's it for if it can't be connected to, and if it's supposed to work how do I connect to it to see what you guys have it bridged to? And then, if it does work, how do I disable it so I don't have an open AP bridged to my internal network?

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