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Stopping unauthorized devices

Hello, im new here. i know there is a way to stop unauthorized devices from logging on even after you changed the wi fi password.  could someone help me here, please?

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Distinguished Professor I

Re: Stopping unauthorized devices

Would this post (even though it refers to one specific device) answer your question? 

 

https://community.hughesnet.com/t5/Tech-Support/HT2000-Block-Individual-Devices/m-p/101426/highlight...

 

Hopefully someone with more knowledge will reply to you. 

 

*I am not a Hughesnet employee or representative. This is a customer-to-customer tech support community, and I am a customer.

Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Stopping unauthorized devices

@Pawkiki 

 

Just for clarity, with "unauthorized devices" are you referring to devices in your home, like people trying to connect devices to your HughesNet WiFi when they aren't supposed to, or are you referring to someone hacking into your system via WiFi, like a nearby neighbor or a car on the street?


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Re: Stopping unauthorized devices

People in my home... did I not use the right term??

Distinguished Professor I

Re: Stopping unauthorized devices

That's the way I understood it, but Gabe was right to make sure we were clear about what you meant.  

 

Pawkiki wrote:

People in my home... did I not use the right term??


 

Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Stopping unauthorized devices


@maratsade wrote:

That's the way I understood it, but Gabe was right to make sure we were clear about what you meant.  

 

Pawkiki wrote:

People in my home... did I not use the right term??


Yep. Just making sure.


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