Wireless Router connecting to a hub question Tags: Configuration Wireless Router Wireless Networking Last response: November 18, 2011 9:08 PM in Wireless Networking Share Bridgett Graham November 18, 2011 3:02:52 PM How can i stop others from connecting to my router More about : wireless router connecting hub question PhilFrisbie November 18, 2011 9:00:56 PM You mean connecting by wireless? You need to enable security, and that can be done by reading your manual or running the setup software. SR-71 Blackbird November 18, 2011 9:08:57 PM http://www.ehow.com/how_4739205_setup-wireless-security... Read Here ^ Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Wireless Router connecting to a hub question Forum SolvedConnecting a wired hub to a Router/Switch via a wireless connection Forum Noob Question: Connecting a wireless router downstream from a modem/router combo? Forum Recommendations for a portable wireless hub/router with file sharing Forum Question about connecting a VO-IP phone to Wireless router Forum SolvedConnecting Wireless USB adapter to LAN router Forum Connecting hub/switch to router without an uplink port? Forum SolvedNetworking Question, Router, Hub or Switch Forum Wireless access via BT home Hub router Forum How to connect 2 PC networks with 2 wireless routers (Both BT Home Hubs) so I can access the PCs and printers from either netw Forum SolvedDesktop not connecting with wireless router Forum SolvedConnecting Wireless Router to Switch? Forum From hub to wireless router Forum SolvedProblem with connecting to my wireless router Forum DSL Modem, Wireless Router, Network Hub & Print Server Forum Wireless access via BT home Hub router Forum Wireless Router or Hub that has a USB port for a hard drive. Forum SolvedConnecting one wireless router and one ethernet to modem Forum Solvedconnecting wifi adapter directly to non wireless router for wifi access Forum adding a wireless router to a wireless hub Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !