|04 Mar 2012||#1|
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Unknow router appearing on my network infrastructure
Help. Last night I saw an unknown router on my network. It is a D-Link D615 and I have no idea whose it is. I updated my wireless security on my router to WPA2-PSK but I saw it there again and now I'm worried. What can I do ? It seems to come and go as it's gone again now.
When I 'right-click' on it there is a Mac address but no ip address and I cannot disable it.
I did read this thread (Unknown Router displaying on my Network) and the last post is very similar to mine even down to the router manufacturer but there seems no solution.
Do I need to worry and can this 'ghost' be surfing my broadband ? Thanks.
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