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21-08-2005, 09:43 PM   #1

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21-08-2005, 10:04 PM   #2

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if you leave the router on with the wireless you can use it without having your main computer on your wireless is opened to everybody who has a wireless near you about a range of up to about 300 meters you have to secure your wireless LAN so only your computer or for any computer you want to let them use it



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21-08-2005, 10:05 PM   #3

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http://www.iss.net/wireless/WLAN_FAQ.php

http://www.practicallynetworked.com/...s_security.htm



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21-08-2005, 10:51 PM   #4

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if you leave the router on with the wireless you can use it without having your main computer on your wireless is opened to everybody who has a wireless near you about a range of up to about 300 meters you have to secure your wireless LAN so only your computer or for any computer you want to let them use it

How do I secure the computers that are on wireless then Fred - any ideas

Anyway wheres wifey tonight - is she worn out



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21-08-2005, 11:15 PM   #5

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How do I secure the computers that are on wireless then Fred - any ideas

Anyway wheres wifey tonight - is she worn out
plenty foxy first you open the instruction book and read how to put a key code in,, and then how to program the router for the MAC address which is much safer really it is not difficult you dial your router on exactly how you installed it through the explorer 192.168.?.? or what ever it was, then you can put in the information what you want. if you make a mistake no problem you can set the access point or router back to the original state. send me the details which router and access point you have and i will try and find the information for you ok wifey ? who is that



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21-08-2005, 11:33 PM   #6

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plenty foxy first you open the instruction book and read how to put a key code in,, and then how to program the router for the MAC address which is much safer really it is not difficult you dial your router on exactly how you installed it through the explorer 192.168.?.? or what ever it was, then you can put in the information what you want. if you make a mistake no problem you can set the access point or router back to the original state. send me the details which router and access point you have and i will try and find the information for you ok wifey ? who is that

Hi Fred, think Jen is missing you - have you had a lovers tiff or something - Stewart is putting on his superman outfit to fly to Spain to sort you out - do you want me to come over as well to protect you


The router is a Belkin one but I don't know what you mean by access point

Haven't seen anything of your sister today - is everything okay with her I hope so and hope Cassie and Georgie are okay



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21-08-2005, 11:41 PM   #7

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Hi Fred, think Jen is missing you - have you had a lovers tiff or something - Stewart is putting on his superman outfit to fly to Spain to sort you out - do you want me to come over as well to protect you
The router is a Belkin one but I don't know what you mean by access point
Donīt know where she is ignoring me again

http://setup.belkin.com/guide.html just looked at it it has all you need in it



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22-08-2005, 12:04 AM   #8

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Donīt know where she is ignoring me again

http://setup.belkin.com/guide.html just looked at it it has all you need in it

Thanks Fred - I will take a look


Jen and Bordercollierlvr are in another thread on off-topic, waiting for you to put in an appearance



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22-08-2005, 12:43 PM   #9

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Foxy - when you go into the Belkin site, you need to set up encryption - this should make it safer.

I can use the Internet on my laptop with the main one off, but I can't see networked files that are on the drive.



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