Kumzuia Jirani yako asitumie Wireless Connection yako bure bure tumia njia hii hapa Chini Hi there. What's happening here is that your router is broadcasting what's called a SSID (a name assigned to your network). If you do not have any wireless network security enabled on the router, your neighbor can see this SSID and connect to the network without authorization. While this is generally frowned upon as being unethical, it is technically not illegal as you have "made the network available" by failing to secure it. The easiest way to secure the network is through the use of a WEP key or a WPA pass-phrase. WEP keys are generally 5, 10, 13 or 26 randomly generated characters long. WPA pass-phrases are just that - a phrase such as "The sun is yellow". Either method will prevent unauthorized users from accessing your network. Only those individuals who possess the key or pass-phrase are granted access. These options should be located under the Wireless > Wireless Security tabs from within the router administration. To access the administration, open a browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox) and navigate to the following address: http://192.168.1.1. Provided a password hasn't been set, the username should either be blank or "admin" and the password should be "admin". If a password has been assigned and forgotten, you can reset the router by depressing the "reset" button for 30 seconds. This will restore the router to "factory settings" and you may loose any settings that were previously saved. UKTUMIA HII NJIA UTAKUWA UMEMKOMOWA JIRANI YAKO ASITUMIE BURE WIRELESS CONNECTION YAKO.