Hellbound wrote:I fully understand how painful is that.
I'm just changing 3 3com switch and 1 linksys web-smart switch because their web service are simply crashing and we can't even telnet, I dont know why. maybe stability is something cisco is selling. and honestly it is very very painful. but what's the choice anyway?
skynoc wrote:any guru can solve this problem?
cravetou wrote:to prevent hotspot hacking
use a wireless interface in the MT and uncheck the default forward in the wireless interface configuration
this will prevent client to communicate with each other
simply uncheck 'default forwarding' tick in Wifi properties? =)
Chupaka wrote:simply uncheck 'default forwarding' tick in Wifi properties? =)
p.s. they're using cracked version - have anybody saw WISP name?
normis wrote:if properly configured, I doubt you will be able to hack it. Admin usually is at fault
normis wrote:1. Control the way people access your network. Is that a wired network? How did this person plug his cable into your network? make sure to limit his opportunities. Is that a wireless network? Use WPA
2. Use encrypted PPPoE on either type of network, don't use address on the interface where PPPoE is running, configure firewall to drop everything that is not supposed to be coming from the client.
3. restrict communication between connected devices either by a managed switch or by wireless access list
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