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    Hm, but how do I know this only disables wireless...

    Hm, but how do I know this only disables wireless for me and not the other service BT are providing to the public? There is no way I would know it's still working because the firmware on their device...
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    Thanks, but your suggested link was to disable...

    Thanks, but your suggested link was to disable wireless totally. I want wireless but would prefer BT not piggybacking a public service through my (supplied by them) router! It would seem unless I...
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    You are exactly right! MAC addresses are 08 and...

    You are exactly right! MAC addresses are 08 and 09. I enclose an image. it's about 10 years old so unlikely. There does not seem to be any access to the virtual side of the router so unless I switch...
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    BT stand for British Telecom (UK). They use...

    BT stand for British Telecom (UK). They use peoples routers to provide public APs as I understand it.
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    Obvious Q? I think.

    Just checked my network at home and see that my AP is accompanied by a BT Open AP but both have the same MAC address. I assume then that BT is using my router as an access point!. Is there anyway of...
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