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DG834GT Mac Spoofing
This is a discussion on DG834GT Mac Spoofing within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; aahhh i aint on Sky yet, thats where i was confused...
- 06-09-06, 08:04 PM #31Site FounderExchange: Marshalls CrossBroadband ISP: Sky Broadband UnlimitedRouter: Sagem F@ST 2504nSky TV: Sky+HD box
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- 06-09-06, 08:11 PM #32
The router comes with security enabled as standard and is very secure.
to make it more secure, do the following..............
change logon admin to anthing else
cange password from Sky to anthing else
change SSID SkyXYZA to somthing Else
Change the network key to somthing else
enable Mac filtering.
disable the Wan ping
disable wireless broadcasting
If your wireless adapter?network card Supports WPA stick with it. its much more secure than WEP
Last edited by pskinteh; 06-09-06 at 08:15 PM. Reason: adding content
- 06-09-06, 08:21 PM #33
This has nothing to do with what i was talking about, and would not stop it anyway.
Last edited by NewsreadeR; 06-09-06 at 08:22 PM. Reason: removed quoted post ;-)
- 07-09-06, 12:51 PM #34
I have other problems however - i.e. fairly frequently some of the PCs on my LAN lose web connectivity for several minutes. This doesn't affect all PCs at the same time, however - if I get the problem on one machine I can generally get access from another until the first one regains its connectivity. I'm not sure if this is a problem with the Edimax router or the Sky connection. Has anyone else tried anything similar?
- 07-09-06, 01:06 PM #35
How do you know your sky connection has not completely failed and the other pcs are just using your other internet connection. In order to test if there is a problem with sky i would disconnect your other service and jusy use sky alone for a while and see if the problem persists
- 07-09-06, 01:10 PM #36
- 07-09-06, 01:15 PM #37
- 07-09-06, 01:57 PM #38
You do know what you are taking about. That will show which isp the tracert is using
Last edited by NewsreadeR; 07-09-06 at 08:26 PM. Reason: removed use of preceeding post in quotes ;-)
- 07-09-06, 05:36 PM #39
Assuming authentication is based solely on the router's mac address, then either I've made a typo somewhere or there needs to be other changes made to the router's config.
- 07-09-06, 06:42 PM #40
what were you using as the username and password. the sky confog file for this is:
#< Get Dynamically From ISP >
#< Static IP Address >
"IP Subnet Mask"=
"Gateway IP Address"=
#< Domain Name Server (DNS) Address >
# 0ff 1n
"Use These DNS Servers"=0
#< Router MAC Address >
# MAC address
"Use This MAC Address"=
Odd thing is no password is listed - i wonder if sky have hardcoded a passowrd into the routers firmware.
Have a look at your non-sky router config and see how it compares
Note quite sure why smiley faces appeared but still.
One other thing to check - is did your router accept your configed mac address. what does it show up as when you do a cmd ipconfig /all
Last edited by dingdong; 07-09-06 at 06:48 PM.