Question about D-Link DI 514 Wireless Router (DI-514)
The simplest way is to make sure wireless security is set up, so that users must provide the proper key before they can connect. You can find the user's manual here, which explains the process.
If you're willing to go a step further, you can turn on "MAC address filtering". The MAC address is a unique number assigned to the network interface hardware of the computer, and MAC address filtering blocks access for all wireless users except those you add to the list. If you want to allow only a few computers to use your wireless network (family members' laptops, or friends who may come by, for instance), this is the best way to do it. Then, even if someone guessed the security key, they still couldn't connect.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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