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Router my neighbours are using there computers from my router i would like to block them

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You need to use some form of encryption for your network. WEP is the most basic, but WPA would be better. Consult the helpfile or router manual for specifics.

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Wireless keys are like your secret password. Provided you have a wireless router and wireless devices to access internet - You might want to secure the wireless signals emitted by the router to ensure that your neighbour is not using free internet :-). So all you do is access the router's setup page and under wireless tab enable the wireless security feature.

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1. make or change your network (WEP) key so that whenever you connect to your own network, you must enter the key for it to successfully connect.

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Then, after you have logged in to your router's ip address (default username is admin and pass is blank), look around the settings and look for changing your network key. You can make up the key there.

2. In that same router page, there should be a section for firewall. THere, type in your neighbour's computer's ip address to block their computers.

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