Network Tags: Wireless Networking Last response: March 13, 2010 8:34 PM in Wireless Networking Share Panpetsa March 13, 2010 8:05:37 PM I would like to know how I can get rid of all my neighbors that are on my network. I thought I was secure. I am password protected so I thought other people couldn't be on my network. What can I do??? Pan More about : network eibgrad March 13, 2010 8:34:55 PM If you use WPA2 (preferred) or WPA wireless security and a high-quality key (i.e., long, random, and based on a large character set, see http://grc.com/password ) then you should be perfectly safe. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedOptimizing network for large home Forum SolvedHigh ping in games (league of legends) while streaming videos/audio or when my network is getting used.. etc. Forum SolvedFaster NAS access with a network reconfiguration? Forum SolvedRemove computer from home network. Forum SolvedDo you need a network adapter for a new gaming PC build? Forum SolvedPlease tell me what network specifications I'm overlooking Forum SolvedWill I need a network adapter for my PC if I can't connect to the router via cord? Forum SolvedHow to setup a parallel network to run my IP cameras on? Forum Solvedhome wired network and internet Forum SolvedBulk Network Wiring Forum SolvedI need an aternative for Ethernet Cable & Network Adapter? Forum SolvedNetwork Limited Access all of the sudden? STILL NEED HELP PLEASE! Forum SolvedNew computer, no way of installing network drivers Forum SolvedWireless and wired network help Forum SolvedDoes this mean I don't need a network card? Forum SolvedAutomatic pc switch on when iPhone connects to network? Forum SolvedWireless network isnt working all the time in windows 8 Forum SolvedPlease if you have some time pick me a network adapter Forum SolvedWireless Network Problem: 500ms ping, 30% packet loss, and 2% theoretical speed Forum SolvedWireless Network Connection - or lack of Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !