I HAVE A DSL CONNECTION AND IN MY ROUTER THERE ARE FOR LAN CONNECTIONS AVAILABLE 1 FOR ME THREE EXTRAS, I GAVE A CONNECTION FROM MY ROUTER TO MY FRIEND, NOW HOW CAN I CHECK THAT HOW MANY CONNECTIONS HE DISTRIBUTED FROM THAT..?
HOW CAN I STOP THE ACCESS OF INTERNET OF HIS, WITHOUT DISABLED THE LAN ?
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November 30, 2010 7:27:58 AM
Don't use all capital letters -- it doesn't aid understanding. Any simple test will show you that sentences with only appropriate capitalisation are much clearer.
Your router may include the facility to block websites (even by using part of the name).
To stop your friends internet access is to disconnect the LAN cable from his PC to the router but without disabling the LAN well you may put another LAN card, one for the internet access and the other for LAN. Their are apps in the web that you can use to do this - usually use in internet cafes.