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Users list of internet though wireless

We are using linkysys router for wire less is it possible to know that how many useres are using our internet connections. As our security password is not resctricted to limited people.

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  • fc07 Feb 19, 2009

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    Is your router security set to WEP or WPA?

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There is no simple way of knowing how many people are using your internet connection, sorry.

Anyone who has your password can access your internet connection.

If you wish to limit the number of users, change your password and only give it to those you wish to allow access to your connection.

Hope this is of some help.

Please rate this reply thank you.

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