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 PDA constantly chooses the wrong access point to connect to Forum SolvedWhy can't I access the "image quality" menu on my AOC G2460P monitor? Forum SolvedConnecting 2 or more access points via ethernet to main modem rotuer Forum Solvedi can't access wifi connection Forum Solvedaccess point setup Forum SolvedI can't access my External Harddrive in Windows 7 Forum Solvedcant access this site on chrome or any other browser (http://no-info.no-ip.info/) Forum SolvedComputer wirelessly connected but no internet access Forum SolvedCan't Access Paypal Forum SolvedAccess American Netflix Forum Solved1 Notification I cannot access Forum SolvedConnected to the internet but will not allow any internet access Forum SolvedIs there a ssh.jar for windows 8 to access Apple A5 Devices SSH.jar not opening? Forum SolvedNeed a wlan adopter that can able to access internet via Ethernet . Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !