Let's discuss in general, so there is typical home wlan router brand [something]. Administration is done via web browser. While on bridge mode it's not possible to access admin page unless setting some computer's IP to
192.168.1.x. Is this safe concerning attacks from WAN port? Does one still have to care to have as hard password as possible (not default one) since remote/WAN access should not be possible at all?
(Another mode is usually "router" on these devices and there one can configure is admin access possible also from WAN or only local. On that mode better to select local..)