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I have a wireless router and want to cut access to a computer on my network from time to time. i tried the "track as intruder" method... but that does not deny any access. Any suggestions anybody???
If you want to get completely rid of that computer I would suggest to use the mac filtering feature.
you can add the computer to the blacklisted mac address. and it will not be able to connect untill removed from the list again.
This is covered in the user manual for your router
Let me know if you need anytdhing else.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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