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Old 18-06-11, 08:49 PM   #1
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hi everyone, recently we have bought DSL-264OU for our shop to use adsl, which it works fine, only thing is i want to know, would it be possible to turn the WLan off during night time and only use it Ethernet cable. like set up time for 10pm till 9am wlan off.

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Dont know if this will be any help
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there is a feature on linksys/cisco routers but not too sure about dlink.



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Unscrew the router aerial when you leave the shop? But why the concern - you have wlan security enabled haven't you?
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Why don't you phone their tech support? It'd be better than Peugeotforums
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Unscrew the router aerial when you leave the shop? But why the concern - you have wlan security enabled haven't you?
in the radio tech world, we say never take the aerial (load) from a transmitter as it can reflect the signal and damage circuitry...bad practices.



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you have wlan security enabled haven't you?
yeah i have setup pretty good one too, but for little more sercutiy of mind would of been awesome

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It'd be better than Peugeotforums
we have couple of awesome IT guys on board. thought to see what they say. p.s don't like Philippian tech supporters lol

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in the radio tech world, we say never take the aerial (load) from a transmitter as it can reflect the signal and damage circuitry...bad practices.
Agreed!


but cheers guys, i'll keep looking to see what is possible and what not
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There's a difference though, the IT tech can keep guessing and trying different things whereas the support for that particular model can tell you whether what you're asking for is actually a feature or not.
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guessing is more fun, plus you'll learn new things too, like

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there is a feature on linksys/cisco routers
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never take the aerial (load) from a transmitter as it can reflect the signal and damage circuitry
see lots of great info

but thanks everyone for they're input.

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Badly quoted but I see what you mean
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