Waseemulla S Replied on August 6, Here are some details to help you understand. I was having an “unidentified network”, with no access to internet or the router. These pcs are not on your lan. The wireless and bluetooth cards of the computer are disabled. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.
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My ISP announced that it will double the internet speed of a category of customers in the first term of This image is annotated: I would like to see the router screen that has the attached devices. As a reminder, I can scan the That doesn’t mean that they can actually connect.
They come and go. Router’s wireless is disabled.
Copyright -Tech Support Forum. After doing thisyou should not see the Viera LAN device on the list of your active Network devices. Dhcp server on the router is disabled. I changed my router password it was not a default password and my wireless password. I would like to know what could be happening, what can I do and what are the security risks.
Unknown computers on my network
Is a trick to double the internet speed or a security breach? Sorry for the unreadable images, I reuploaded them.
I disabled DHCP server of the router, as you suggested, but the computers still showed up. My router is showing just my computer in its dhcp list although the unknown computer is currently on my network see in the attached images.
Have a Strnge Device showing up on my Network
Moebeus Replied on August 17, Simple solution is to do ip reservations or static ip assignments and disable the routers dhcp server so no one else can get a ip address. I detailed this test and its configuration in my previous message, I hope it is clear enough.
It appears to be a network device manufactured by Askey Computer Corp. The access points are still listed after they disconnect or if they are no more within range I get a weak signal of some access points in a specific place of the room.
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How satisfied are you with this reply? I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license:. Computer powers off in sleep mode Maybe this would help you gather more info: I changed my local routing IP to Tested with DHCP server enabled and disabled. Tech support scams askeyy an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
See the attached images for details Now, when I scan the I do not think that they will be of any help. Today another computer showed up on my network. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. The thing is that even when I connect to my modem via LAN with wireless disabled on the routermy modem is not connected to internet, my computer not connected to any network, the unknown computers still show up.