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Posted 26 May 2009 - 03:57 PM
your router probably has a configuration page. It normally can be accessed on line by starting IE then typing in the url box 192.168.2.1.
Somewhere in your router might be a screen showing the devices connected - usually it would show MAC address.
Also somewhere there should be logs of in and out activity. So you can look at the source IP and if it isn't yours it's the other one. If the logs are any good, they should show the IP that computer connected to. You can then find what that IP is using http://member.dnsstuff.com/pages/tools.php?ptype=free
or similar lookup sites
I think this is the simplest way to look without being too detailed about it, nor really invading the privacy too much.
Does your router have a user guide where you can look for things such as Administration, Logs, Connections, devices, MAC filterting ...?
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