Lan protection

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by =?Utf-8?B?UXVlc3Rvcg==?=, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. I got a buffalo airstation , and 2 pc's connected on that.
    We are only able to connect 2 pc's to that router. But sometimes we aren't
    able to connect both on that one. We suspect that someone is connecting also
    to our router (probably someone in the neighbourhood) Even if no one of us is
    online the monitor sometimes gives a light.

    * Our pc's automaticly changes from ip.
    So the point is : We want to protect our network with a pass. It will mean
    we will have to take each one ip adress so we can connect each time with that
    ip. But we don't know how to manage it to one definitve ip adress and to
    protect our local connection.
    =?Utf-8?B?UXVlc3Rvcg==?=, Oct 1, 2005
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  2. You could try disabling your SSID Broadcast so they don't see your wireless
    router and set up a wireless card access list by MAC address. This way only
    your network cards can connect by unique MAC address.

    "Questor" wrote:

    > I got a buffalo airstation , and 2 pc's connected on that.
    > We are only able to connect 2 pc's to that router. But sometimes we aren't
    > able to connect both on that one. We suspect that someone is connecting also
    > to our router (probably someone in the neighbourhood) Even if no one of us is
    > online the monitor sometimes gives a light.
    >
    > * Our pc's automaticly changes from ip.
    > So the point is : We want to protect our network with a pass. It will mean
    > we will have to take each one ip adress so we can connect each time with that
    > ip. But we don't know how to manage it to one definitve ip adress and to
    > protect our local connection.
    =?Utf-8?B?ZGlnZ2l0eQ==?=, Oct 1, 2005
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  3. =?Utf-8?B?UXVlc3Rvcg==?=

    Jack Guest

    Hi
    May be this can Help,http://www.ezlan.net/faq.html#signal
    Jack (MVP-Networking).


    "diggity" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > You could try disabling your SSID Broadcast so they don't see your

    wireless
    > router and set up a wireless card access list by MAC address. This way

    only
    > your network cards can connect by unique MAC address.
    >
    > "Questor" wrote:
    >
    > > I got a buffalo airstation , and 2 pc's connected on that.
    > > We are only able to connect 2 pc's to that router. But sometimes we

    aren't
    > > able to connect both on that one. We suspect that someone is connecting

    also
    > > to our router (probably someone in the neighbourhood) Even if no one of

    us is
    > > online the monitor sometimes gives a light.
    > >
    > > * Our pc's automaticly changes from ip.
    > > So the point is : We want to protect our network with a pass. It will

    mean
    > > we will have to take each one ip adress so we can connect each time with

    that
    > > ip. But we don't know how to manage it to one definitve ip adress and to
    > > protect our local connection.
    Jack, Oct 1, 2005
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