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1.2.2 Input character restrictions
Input Type
Text
Numbers <0–9>
Router
Letters <a–z, A–Z>
Pwd2
Others < except " \ % ` { | } ~ # $ <SP> (Space) <\t>
(tab) >
Text
Numbers <0–9>
Router
Letters <a–z, A–Z>
Pwd3
Others < except " \ % ` { | } ~ <SP> (Space) >
Text
Numbers <0–9>
Router
Letters <a–z, A–Z>
SSID
Others < ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _
` { | } ~ ><SP> (Space)
A space at the beginning of input characters will be
invalid
A space at the end of input characters will be
invalid
Text ASCII
All ASCII characters
Numbers <0–9>
Letters <a–z, A–Z>
Others < ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > @ [ \ ] ^ _ `
{ | } ~ >
<SP> (Space)
Text HEX
Numbers <0–9>
Letters <a–f, A–F>
IP Address
Numbers <0–9>
Others < . >
Remarks
Values of 1, 01 and 001, or 10 and 010 are
recognized as the same value and are saved without
the leading 0s.
Input error conditions
1.
2.
3.
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Programming Item List
Valid characters
*1
Input of class E: When the upper 4 Bits of the
first octet is 1111, it will be treated as an error.
Error example: 240.0.0.0, 255.0.0.0
Input of class D: When the upper 4 Bits of the
first octet is 1110, it will be treated as an error.
Error example: 224.0.0.0, 239.0.0.0
Input of local loop back address: Input of
127.0.0.1 will be treated as an error.
Usage
Acceptable characters for a router
Acceptable characters for a router
Acceptable characters for a router
There are no setting items
currently used.
WEP Key

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