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   * **Address** //[get] [set]// IP-Address of the Gateway, this should be automatically discovered.   * **Address** //[get] [set]// IP-Address of the Gateway, this should be automatically discovered.
   * **Identity** //[get] [init]// Identity of the Gateway, , this should be automatically discovered.   * **Identity** //[get] [init]// Identity of the Gateway, , this should be automatically discovered.
-  * **SecurityCode** //[get] [init]// This code is printed on the bottom of the Gateway. This value is removed when the ClientCode is fetched, since IKEA don't want external clients to store the security code permanently.+  * **SecurityCode** //[get] [init]// This code is printed on the bottom of the Gateway. This value is removed ​automatically ​when the ClientCode is fetched, since IKEA don't want external clients to store the security code permanently.
   * **ClientCode** //[get] [init]// This is the client specific security code which is requested from the gateway when the Item is created.   * **ClientCode** //[get] [init]// This is the client specific security code which is requested from the gateway when the Item is created.
   * **ClientName** //[get] [init]// This is the client specific identity used when sending request. If you have multiple Items accessing the same IKEA Gateway, each Item must have a different ClientName.   * **ClientName** //[get] [init]// This is the client specific identity used when sending request. If you have multiple Items accessing the same IKEA Gateway, each Item must have a different ClientName.

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