Loc: Yuba City, California
If I limit the number of connections allowed is it possible that one of the leeches could log on before I do, denying me access to my own network?<br><br>The Linksys configuration software has an advanced tab giving me access to a feature called Filters. The filters are Filtered Private IP Range, Filtered Private Port Range, and Private MAC Filter. All three are designed to allow me to add exceptions; prevent certain computers on the network from accessing my internet connection.<br><br>The Private MAC Filter has an edit button providing access to a table labeled Filtered MAC Address with places to enter 50 MAC addresses. I suppose I enter the MAC addresses of the leeches here? How do I find out what their MAC address is?<br><br><br><br>"640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates
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