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Old 02-04-2010, 11:36 AM   #11
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What is the make/model of the router you have now?
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Taking a step back here.

What exactly are you trying to achieve? Block one single person from your network? Why not just change the wireless encryption key? Your wireless is protected right?
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Taking a step back here.

What exactly are you trying to achieve? Block one single person from your network? Why not just change the wireless encryption key? Your wireless is protected right?
I already asked... Judging by no response to it, I'm going to say no, it's not.
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nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, im in a student house, im not bloody paying for it!!!!!
If it's not even your connection in the first place, you probably will get into trouble if you go around blocking other people's access.
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nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, im in a student house, im not bloody paying for it!!!!!
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If it's not even your connection in the first place, you probably will get into trouble if you go around blocking other people's access.
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Taking a step back here.
What exactly are you trying to achieve? Block one single person from your network? Why not just change the wireless encryption key? Your wireless is protected right?
are correct. Therefore I think it's time we stopped helping him do something he's probably not supposed to be doing.
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its my network. take a chill pill . get out of your own arses
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That sort of response isn't going to do you any favours. You've been given a number of options if it's your network, calm down and then come back if you've got any more sensible questions.
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Well if you are going to be a jerk (and not answer mine and berry's question about it being password protected) then this is closed.
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