Loc: Yuba City, California
I mentioned in an earlier post I was having trouble with others leeching bandwidth on my wireless network. I currently have two macs and a laser printer on my wireless network and I am using a Linksys BEFSR41 Cable/DSL Router. The macs and printer are connected via wireless bridges. I have managed to access the router through Safari and am able to configure the settings and what not... I believe I can also access the DHCP Clients Table to determine who is currently connected. The Table also shows the IP's assigned by the router and the client's MAC Address.<br><br>My question is; can I tell the router to support known friendly MAC Addresses and ignore others? Should I invoke the WEP, and if I do will it preclude me from doing those "web" kinds of things I like doing? i.e., web-conferencing, downloading/uploading?<br><br><br><br>"640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates
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