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jasonpeinko

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how do i change the security settings of our home network to make it more secure and so others cannot acess it.
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could you describe the set up of the network? is it wireless? wired? what equipment are you using? routers? switches? hubs?
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we have a RCA modem and a D-Link wireless router. right now we have 2 other computers that will be using it but they are not working right now.
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how many computers will be attatched? how many wireless? how many wired?
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both will be wireless i dont know if it matters but one will be running linux
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o yea we have 3 total and right now 1 is attached to the modem and router
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so once the other two computers get working...there will be a total of 3 computers networked...one wired and 2 wireless?
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yes, is WEB encyption we need to enable
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you should just be able to go into the wireless router and set up wep in there with a password and what not....(sorry i can't be more specific..i haven't set up too much wireless)
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