Question about Belkin (F6D3230-4) Router (F6D32304)
How do i open 192.168.2.1
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
Open 192.168.2.1 select security mode. enter the keys apply changes
Posted on Jul 28, 2007
What you are talking about would be data encryption.http://www.guardianedge.com/products/Encryption_Anywhere/index.html Once information gets past your router, its past your router. Your router is helping keep out any outside hackers. Your router is what is considered a "hardware firewall" It takes your outside IP address and changes then multiplies the address to make as many connections(up to 255) per router. If your router is set to DHCP your address changes every 2 days or so. Your cable modems' address also changes every few days. That makes it hard for anyone to hack into your machine. Tim
Posted on Feb 15, 2007
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