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:whistling: Hi.

Can someone guide me on how to secure my internet connection. I have a d-link router (one antenna), a 3Com Home Connect modem and I'm running XP with service pack two. I have two computers and one laptop network. I've been using the network since December with no problems but last night I noticed that someone else was on the network. I would like to secure the connection so that no one else can have access to my connection.

Thanks for your help.

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read your router's manual for instructions on setting up the security on the wireless connection....you can use wep, WPA, or MAC Address filtering to accomplish this (usually a combination of one of the two encryption schemes{wep and wpa} and mac filtering is concidered bulletproof)
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