Wrongful access Tags: Connectivity Wireless Modem Wireless Networking Last response: September 8, 2010 8:57 AM in Wireless Networking Share iamejones September 8, 2010 6:48:25 AM hi is there any way that i can tell if my neighbour is gaining access to the net using my wireless modem cheers More about : wrongful access Anonymous a b F Wireless September 8, 2010 8:57:07 AM Study the router's Log. If you think the guy's on-line at the time check Attached Devices or Access List setup. If you enable wireless security (preferably WPA or WPA2) there's little chance he'll get in. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources What's Wrong With This MS Access Query? Forum Can't access BIOS, wrong time and date. Forum when I try to use my shift key to access the @ symbol I get" symbol insted am I doing something wrong or is there a key for ac Forum Marked Wrong Drive as Inactive.Can't access Windows. Forum Help! Computer connects to the wrong access point! Forum What is wrong if I cant access the log-in page for the router on the computer Forum External HD not accessible. What could have gone wrong? Forum SolvedRemote web access only works locally Forum SolvedCannot access internet with new built computer Forum SolvedSplitting optimum coaxial cable for a second access point for LAN only Forum SolvedTrying to reinstall windows; can't access diskpart Forum SolvedCan't access BIOS! PLS HELP! Forum Solvedhow do I set up my dual booted windows XP to access my ubuntu 14.04 network Forum SolvedHow to restrict only particular IP to access application from Home Network Forum Solved1 computer cant access internet but other device can Forum Solvedcant access some websites on connecting router Forum SolvedConnected to Wi-Fi, but no internet access! Forum SolvedCannot access graphics hardware Forum SolvedSetting up new home network with 2 wireless access points and wired connections Forum SolvedCan connect to router no internet access Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !