Question about Computers & Internet
I want to secure my wifi I think some one is using it to download movies
IF you're using the Wireless
Encryption Protocol (WEP), you'll need to start by
enabling it at your Wireless
(WAP) first, and how you do that will depend on the
in question and how it is normally configured.
When you do this, make sure you make a record of the WEP key you create as you'll need to enter this key on to each of your clients.
Once that's done, WEP is enabled through your wireless drivers in Windows,
I am certain you definitely want to make sure that your network has a WEP network key -- if the key is blank, the network is wide open.
Here's how to configure each Windows XP client: Right-click the connection in the network connecton window and click View Available Wireless Networks to configure the connection. On the Wireless Network Connection dialog box that appears, type a key into the Network Key box, and again into the Confirm Network Key box. (it is usually 10 letters/numbers in length)
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Posted on May 11, 2009
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