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Thread: How Can I Disconnect My Computer From The Internet

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    i just got broadband 2 weeks ago. does anyone know how i can disconnect my pc from the internet please ??

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    Unplug the cable from your P.C (e.g. if you have a modem just pull the cable that goes from your modem to your P.C).

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    oh alright so i just unplug my ethernet cable ? alright thanks alot

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    Or use

    Control Panel -> Network Connections -> right-click your network card -> Disable

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    ok thanks again

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    get a firewall


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    get a firewall
    Using the "block internet traffic" function won't close the connection itself , it'll just shut off incoming/outgoing traffic.

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    Just right click the modem icon in you sys tray and click disconnect

    Oni

  10. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #10
    Originally posted by Oni@21 March 2004 - 19:06
    Just right click the modem icon in you sys tray and click disconnect

    Oni
    I think that it just works for 56k (Dial up) or ADSL that uses DUN (dial up networking) to connect and not an always on connection
    There are 10 types of people in the world those who understand binary and those who dont

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