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I looked at my verizon fios router control panel and saw this ip

192.168.1.2

I know which ip are my mac and pc. but there is one that is there that i dont know


i reset the router and all and it was still there.

i have this router

http://cdn3.sbnation.com/entry_photo_images/4190584/verizon-fios-router-logo-stock_1020_large_verge_medium_landscape.jpg
post #2 of 22
Do you have a printer, phone, console or anything else that could be connected? Is the router password protected? If not I would put a password on it.

There should also be a way to view the MAC address and see who made the device.

Try all of that.
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i use to have a ps3 hooked up to it a while back i believe
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Is it still connected? If you are really worried to can block the MAC address and whatever it is will not be able to connect.
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post #5 of 22
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i can see the mac address but i have no devices in the houise and yes its passwored.

how could someone get the wep key and password
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oh ok
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WEP keys are easy to crack, usually if you want better protection you used a modem with WPA2. Just change the password on your modem and it'll be gone for abit.
    
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i can see the mac address but i have no devices in the houise and yes its passwored.

how could someone get the wep key and password
You can pretty easily hack into someones wifi network.
 
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post #9 of 22
most wireless networks can be hacked unless the default password is changed, mine is not unhackable but I cant get into it easily without putting the password in, I have penetration tested the hell out of it to make sure its as secure as possible, to the point that trying to hack into it shuts my internet down smile.gif
set mac address filtering up, only allow devices you know are in the house and use the network, think about restricting the number of ip addresses it gives out, if you have upnp on and dont need it turn that off, if when you have done all this and it still shows a rogue device connected, ring your isp and tell them to deal with it from there end as you have secured it as much as you know how to, have changed the password and filtered mac addresses theres not much more you can do
post #10 of 22
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its a wpa2 key

This is one of those wireless router modem built in things
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