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# 175237 22-Jun-2015 17:57
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Under the Home Network tab there is a list of various devices, some currently connected and some not. Is it safe to delete this list and let the router re-find the current connected devices?

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  # 1329431 22-Jun-2015 18:38
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Yes you can delete devices in that list, you can connect again without an issue. Just tested by deleting my phone from that list

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  # 1329481 22-Jun-2015 19:49
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I also find it useful to edit the entries with meaningful names (note no spaces) when you get shown only a mac address.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1329484 22-Jun-2015 19:51
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Good point, thanks. Its very confusing trying to determine what all the entries are, seem to be lots of duplicates.

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  # 1329489 22-Jun-2015 20:02
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the router doesn't find them, the devices find the router :)

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