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Enabling And Disabling Internet


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#1 JAKE GARCIA

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 12:46 AM

Hi! Im jake. Im new here, i would like to give and learn more things about computers.
To start with, we have a dsl connnection, we used dlink router. My question is if it possible to enable or disable connnection in the internet using client pc without using the configuration of the router. just a script, a batch file or a password?

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#2 Snapper

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Posted 31 July 2006 - 06:54 PM

yea, to disable internet access, but keep lan access, change your gateway to 0.0.0.0. you now have lan access but no net access. to disable all lan acess, go to device manager, right click and disable your network adapter.

to change your gateway>>
control panel>network>network connections>right click on the "local area connection">select properties>in the new window, scroll down until you see "internet protocol tcp/ip" then select properties. here is where you select "use the following ip address">then you fill in the blanks appropriately.
need any help with that please post back
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