Originally Posted by Custom88
yup, I have a wireless hub so I can browse the internet anywhere in my house, even outside if I want to. But nobody'* going to get in, I have 128bit encryption on my router.
I could get in. The only true secure way of preventing anyone from getting in, is to setup MAC address filtering. The only way you can mess with these settings, is by having admin rights to the router, which requires being connected in the first place. I have wifi, however I don't have any notebooks/portable wireless devices.. kinda an oxymoron I guess.
I have a 1500kb/* downline DSL.. Oh yeah, and I actually get 139xkb/* downline, on average. So it'* none of that cable hype of "3mb/*," because we all know those people don't get that speed. I have a couple friends with Comcast "3mb/*" cable, and their stuff is usually only 300kB/* [not kb/*]. I consider myself lucky