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How to secure a Wireless Network?

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I have set up a wireless connection at home - whenever I use it says that the connection is unsecure - how do I protect it? May be number of users are using it. I have find one "Wireless Network Watcher".http://router.iyogi.com/news/wi-fi-network-wireless-network-watcher.html this website shows positive information about it.
Anybody has experienced with this tracking software. Is it safe to use? Please  help.

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Hi:

 

You can secure your wireless network by following the instructions that came with your wireless router.

 

WPA2 security with EAS encryption is the best to use.

 

Here is some general info. If you want specifics, you should visit your router manufacturer's support website for the step by step details on how to set up wireless security for your specific router.

 

http://www.practicallynetworked.com/support/wireless_secure.htm

 

Paul

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