Sometimes they are on the network for seconds, sometimes hours. Moebeus Replied on August 17, They come and go. I disabled DHCP server of the router, as you suggested, but the computers still showed up. I could not connect until I changed my static IP because there was an unknown computer on Here are some details to help you understand. This image is annotated:
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Unknown computers on my network
They are not computers or devices belonging to someone at home or friends, I know all the devices that connect to my network. Thanks for your feedback, it helps computdr improve the site.
What’s new with the problem: I suspect you are getting on someone elses network. How satisfied are you with this response?
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. To be sure that it is not a device connected to my router, I did tests with a configuration that does not allow any connection to the router other than mine, and despite that the unknown computers showed up.
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Have a Strnge Device showing up on my Network – Microsoft Community
Hi Wand3r3 and thank you for your quick response. In reply to Erdeslawe’s post on September 9, They never showed up on the current network.
The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong. The system cannot find the file specified. I attempted to turn off the wifi WPS, no help. I would like to see the router screen that has the attached devices. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.
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. For all other kind of usages books, journales, flyers, etc.
For example If it is connected on Router’s wireless is disabled. Waseemulla S Replied on August 6, Most of what you posted I can barely read.
I had the same thing happen, albeit with a different MAC mine is bc: They can’t be neighborhood pcs because they have to be on your lan side for you to see them.
Appears to me you are not just scanning your network but all those local to you also. I added a screenshot of Vistumbler, that shows all the wireless access points in my neighborhood. The following other wikis use this file: Look for more details on the website above.
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I have the same question Are you using a wireless internet? No other devices are connected to the router. Does anyone have any clue what it is or where it is from mac address c0: My ISP announced that it will double the internet speed of a category of customers in the first term of