I need to ask a wireless network question. I have noticed that even when I am not online there have been huge amounts of data uploaded and downloaded via my ISP. I believe that my wireless network maybe being used as it has no security configured. Now I am a novice with such intricasies and would like some help in securing my default connection.
My setup is as follows - my ADSL router has 4 ports (Netcomm NB1300 plus 4) - one port is directly connected to my desktop computer (Ethernet connection). A second port has my wireless access point plugged in (DLink DWL-2000AP+). My laptop, which is the only computer on the wireless network has an adapter card (DLink DWL-G630).
If any expert can suggest a way in simple terms how to secure this setup from outside access I would be very appreciative or if you could suggest a better way to setup my network using the previously described equipment I would also be very grateful.
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