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Seems someone knows the IP address of your router, logs in and resets it and changes your password. Log into your router and change the IP address range like for instance if it's currently 192.168.0.100 change it to 192.168.88.100 or change the range to 18.104.22.168 and then they won't be able to log in any more but make sure you change the router's password as well because they may know it as well. Once this is done the only way to change your setup will be if someone had physical access to your router and held the reset button.
There is no way to tell who USED your internet......well unless you had tracking software in place or a way of looking at logs.
Actually, I believe alot of routers on the market today to keep logs.
OR, you can see who is currently connected to your router.
You'll need to log in to your router -To do so, open a Command prompt screen -Type IPCONFIG and it will show you a few IP addresses, one will be "default gateway" -Type the Default Gateway IP into a web browser (probably close to 192.168.1.1) -If you dont know the log in, you can usually search for the default login for your model and manufacturer of router -From there, you will be able to see Active Connections on one of the config pages. There will likely also be a recent transaction log of all traffic
The security key is the password that your router requires for the security settings that have been specified. You can set up a security key (or change your current one) by logging into the router's settings and going to the Wireless Security section under the Wireless tab.
I dont know how new it can be if its b/g, have you tried to reset the router and then log in.
Your correct with the 192.168.2.1, and it sounds like you know what you are talking about so if you have reset the router, and tried different browsers, loooks like a problem with this router.
Dont know if this is of any help http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/30
You will need to check the wireless settings of the router. Is there any computer online using the router. check the IP address on that computer. If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. router set up page is the page where you can check all the router settings. Click Here for more information about the routers and network
Withouth knowing the exact model I dont have specifics, but the scanner attacks can usuually be prevented or at least minimzed by a setting in the router that prevents pinging. Some models are better at this than others. Is the unit setup with a passkey? and if so do you know the method?