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i know that others in neighbornood have used others wireless connections. They have warned me of this but could/would not advise me of how I could determine if this is occurring with my own wireless.
Can anyone enlighten me???
Thank you
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All wireless routers have security measures you can enable... such as WEP. If you've set up a password for your wireless, it's unlikely anyone can use your connection... unless they hack your password. In the routers setup program, there should be a screen that shows you which computers are connected to your router. Since I don't know which router you have, all I can advise is you read the router set up manual.
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To actually view who is on your network even if there ip is masked open a command prompt as an admin, type "net view" and you should see who is on your network. As in the previous message you can go on to your routers homepage using the ip address that's usually given with the router or look it up online. log in and take security measures from there.
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