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Old 14th December 2014, 12:38 PM
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MAC Address filtering sounds like the best solution to your problem.

If your PLDT modem doesnt support that, then buy a router that does (like a Linksys), disable the Wifi on the PLDT modem, connect the Linksys to the modem and connect via Wifi to the Linksys.

Adding all the MAC addresses can be a pain in the rear, but can be worth it.

Also, make sure you are using WPA2 encryption on your access point. WEP and WPA can be cracked.

Good luck!
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