How can I block a device that is connecting to my WiFi without my permission?

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How can I block a device that is connecting to my WiFi without my permission?

They are still connecting to my WiFi even when I didn't give them my permission. I want to block their device on my WiFi connection

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Categories : Networking

Recent edits by: Eng, praveen pal

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