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so going to homeportal doesnt work?
Homeportal? You must have the version that comes with the newer software that is supposed to make it easier to use but it actually sucks for people who want to make it secure. At least with mine, you need to hook up to the router with the computer that had the router software installed on it.

When I connect directly to the router, a page pops up with green, black, and white tabs spread out horizontally. One of them is MAC addressing. Yours will have the same thing ability, just probably hidden so that less computer-savvy people can find it easier.
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i have changed the SSID and user key multiple times, but i always find his comp shorty after doing this tied back into my router, and its really pissing me off
by the way the ssid is different form a user name and password you can set up to access the configuration page of your router. It sounds like you dont have a username and password to access the configuration pages of your router and that is how he keeps accesing your internet. If someone can view the configuration pages of your router they are able to view all of the network keys/settings you have in place for your wireless internet. sound more like you have a security issue more with your router than your internet access.
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It appears you can edit it if you connect via a wireless router. This is the menu system required to do it on my setup:
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post #34 of 46
get a directional antenna... and a wifi finder... then knock on his door... and tell him to stop...

if he knows what he's doing, your not going to keep him out of it, unless you let him know, hey ****er... this isn't yours.
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Don't forget to get a friend with a video camera and dress it up to look high end and from a local news channel, 'people are less likely to hit reporters '
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LOL okay this is what you need to do.

#1 that 2wire thing suxs major, my friend has it and it just plain sucks
#2 hook up that linksys router and turn off 2wire wireless.
#3 change the DEFAULT USER ID and PASSWORD on the ROUTER - this is the number one mistake the average user makes, the default id and passwords for routers are almost all the same, so if he can connect to your router, he can log in and do what ever he wants. ( the router password and the wireless key are different)
#4 go in to the linksys router settings, and make the highest bit key encryption that you can, i think it should be 128, doesn't matter what kind, because if he can crack one kind, he can crack the other.
#5 hide the ssid (which u've done) but make the ssid something stupid, like if you have a d-link router name is cisco1000GE or something. (the ssid is not the user name and password)
#6 turn on mac address filtering, (only allow macs listed) (make sure you put your mac address in before you turn that on)
#7 be on the look out, may be he's someone you know? maybe he's a brother or you dad or something.

if he is doing all what you claim, he is probably cloning one of your computer's mac addresses, so it might not help, and no matter how much you hide your ssid it can easily be picked up, and the encryptions can be cracked easily - all you have to do is grab enough packets flying through the air.



now if you really want to piss him off, get all the routers you can get a hold of that have wireless, and turn them all on inside your house, but don't have any of the connected to anything. just power them on, and turn all the securities up to maximum settings, and do everything up there i just said.
now since none of them actually have internet, LOL he will waste alot of time trying to crack something not worth cracking, and get pissed off later.
lol or you can do that with the router you have laying around

lol if all else fails, there is a way to trace where he's connecting from, i forgot wat the program was called, but you can trace the location of the connection with a gps program, but its not free

you can also get a wifi finder, and a directional antenna, and go outside and try to trace this person. if you do, make sure you have alot of friends with you, and record it on video.

but you can always call the FBI, and he can not only get in trouble, but probably big fined because he was probably hogging bandwith to download illegal stuff.
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LOL okay this is what you need to do.

#1 that 2wire thing suxs major, my friend has it and it just plain sucks
#2 hook up that linksys router and turn off 2wire wireless.
#3 change the DEFAULT USER ID and PASSWORD on the ROUTER - this is the number one mistake the average user makes, the default id and passwords for routers are almost all the same, so if he can connect to your router, he can log in and do what ever he wants.
#4 go in to the linksys router settings, and make the highest bit key encryption that you can, i think it should be 128, doesn't matter what kind, because if he can crack one kind, he can crack the other.
#5 hide the ssid (which u've done) but make the ssid something stupid, like if you have a d-link router name is cisco1000GE or something.
#6 turn on mac address filtering, (only allow macs listed) (make sure you put your mac address in before you turn that on)
#7 be on the look out, may be he's someone you know? maybe he's a brother or you dad or something.
and if he knows what he's doing... your wireless router security is a joke...
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Dude, the linksys is the most secure wireless router on the market.

Use it, and download DD-WRT for it.

AMAZING!

Then you'll have all the features you'll need to make it a vault.

Plus you don't need to run cat5...just use wireless...lol
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post #39 of 46
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and if he knows what he's doing... your wireless router security is a joke...
lol thats y i said, if he can crack one, he can crack the other.


cracking wireless keys is easy, almost anyone can do it with few minutes of training,

best way is to just find this sucker, or call the fbi.
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LOL its probably someone you know just playing a mean joke on you
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