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There are several options for securing your wireless network, all of which you should be able to turn on by logging into your router from your web browser. Just type your router's IP address (which is typically 192.168.1.1) into your browser's address bar and then enter your username and password, and look for the applicable settings under "security" or "wireless security" or something similar.
- Enable MAC address filtering: You can enter the MAC addresses of all your networked devices, and any device not on that list won't be allowed to get on your network. The only drawback to this is that when you get a new computer or other device, you have to manually add it to the list.
- Turn off SSID broadcasting: Once all of your computers have established a connection with your network, you can turn off the broadcast feature so that other computers can't see your wireless network.
- Use WPA or WPA2 instead of WEP: Many routers offer various levels of security. WEP is the least secure of these three standards; WPA2 is the most secure. However, you must make sure all of your computers that access the network support the same standard.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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