My roommate and I are wanting to share a network in our dorm room by using a single router (a Linksys WRT54G) to connect to the school's network and provide our room with a wireless network that actually works (the school's is crap). Here are the devices that will be on the network: - Mac Mini (wired) - 2x Xbox 360 (wired) - Wii (wireless) - MacBook Pro (wireless) - Dell laptop (wireless) - random HP printer (wireless) Obviously, being in a dorm, there are tons of other people who could jump onto our wireless network and use the internet. Normally you wouldn't think this would be a problem, but our wired connection is protected and tracked using a 802.1X protection, so if anyone else were to be using our internet connection for illegal activities or the like, we would be the ones who would get in trouble and have our internet terminated. How can I protect the wireless network from being jumped onto? I plan on using WPA2 security, MAC address filtering (can I do this only on wireless?), and not broadcasting the SSID, but is this enough, and will it work with the Wii and printer?