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 SolvedSplit home network into multiple rooms Forum SolvedStrange network issue Switching between Nics Forum SolvedNetwork structure problem Forum SolvedBuilding a new Gaming PC: Need help on a Wireless Network Adapter Forum Solvedseagate 2TB network drive installed and worked OK as Z drive but now shows up as a big red "X" and cannot be accessed. Forum Solvedconnecting to a weak open wi-fi network Forum SolvedWired network adapter neccesary if motherboard has ethernet port built in? Forum SolvedConnecting one network to another to allow printing. Forum SolvedNeed help buying Pci network adapter Forum SolvedNetwork Extention Between Buildings Forum SolvedExtending my Network For Wireless Use. Forum Solvedi reformated my pc n now im not hooked up to the internet . its say that im missing a network adapter driver . can some one he Forum Solvedno network adapter? Forum SolvedHome Network-2 Switches and a Router Forum SolvedAMD Network Adapter Driver Forum SolvedHow to create a network? Forum SolvedIf I disable CHANGE ADAPTER SETTINGS, in Network and Sharing Center, can anyone hack into my laptop? Forum SolvedWireless Network Adapter Forum SolvedWhat does changing router settings from "Mixed Mode" in Network Manager to " Wireless B/G only" affect? Forum SolvedNetwork Connection laptop Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !