Time Warner's home-networking solution is a joke... ... I helped a co-worker add a few devices to his network at home. He has the Time Warner provided router and AP.
They do not let you change any of the options on this equipment. If you attempt to reprogram the SSID or change the encryption settings it disables the wireless interface. The SSID is always a random four letter code and the wireless "security" is WEP. As most people know WEP is completely insecure (you might as well have an open network) can be broken in a matter of minutes with software that is freely available.
One wonders if Time Warner will get sued when a customer's internet connection is invariably used for illegal activities and said customer is initially held responsible for them until the matter is sorted out. Defaulting routers to WEP while prohibiting people from using a more secure setup is completely asinine.
use at your own risk and the customer has options.