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How can I tell if anyone else is logging on to my wireless network and using my internet connection? Thanks in advance
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enable at least WEP security on the router....that way no one without the wep key can log onto your connection....that's the best method....if someone comes nocking on your door asking why they don't have free internet anymore....that's your culprit
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Usually a list of MAC addresses in the Router control panel.

But look at your WAP light as well.. If it's flashing like there's no tomorrow, look worried and do something about it.

Virtually all routers with wirelsess connections are default set to no encryption which lets everybody and his dog on.
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To see you has logged in, open the router from internet browser by entering ip address of the router and see the list of users connected.
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