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Wireless router blooking

We have a router in the house but we also rent the upstair and we do not want the tenants to us the internet but for some reason they can and I know their is a way to blook them

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Re: wireless router blooking

Just setup a password for your router.

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Hi , i am rajkumar from chennai. i am having D-Link 802.11g/2.4ghz wireless router. model no DI- 524.
is this router is capable of connecting both LAN and wireless connections(i.e) both desktops and laptops.
i am having leased line connection using copper lastmile.

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You can block other users by enabling the MAC Filter and only accept connections from your PCs MAC numbers.  To determine the WiFi MAC numbers of your PC, click on Start, click on Run, type "ipconfig /all" on all your PCs. Look for the Wireless networking cards and their numbers which should be something like 00:A1:B2:C3:D4:E5. In the Web Configuration of the router, enable MAC Filter and enter those numbers in "Allow". Save and Exit. From thereon only the PCs with the MAC numbers entered would be allowed access to the Internet.

I personally find this preferable rather than WEP or WPA which causes slowdown in WiFi connections.

Hope this be of help/idea. Post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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