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    Je suis Napoléon!

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it's possible that someone else is accessing your wireless network...but logic would say that the dhcp server on the router would assign it a different ip addres...and i don't know why someone would use a static ip to connect to your wireless...but...heck anything's possible

Give This tutorial by SpaceCowboy706 a read, look for the section about securing the wireless connection and see if you can stop anyone from connecting wirelessly..
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so i cant do anything right =/
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