How can I check who is logged on to my wi-fi network
This is a discussion on How can I check who is logged on to my wi-fi network within the Modems/Cable/DSL/Satellite forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. I will be changing my broadband provider shortly and will be using a HUB 3.0 (Modem-wireless router).
Is there any
Assuming you are onsite/local, you simply go to the router (typically by typing the router IP into your browser) and then login using the user name and password that you created when you set it up. From there it varies based on the model. But there is always a page that shows all connected users (wired and wifi). You can typically just right click and delete, which removes the user, but that isn't going to do much if they have the login information. The easiest solution is to simply change the login and password frequently and use complex passwords.
If you want to spend the time blocking users, you will need to take note of their mac address and you can then prevent that device from connecting. But again, if they know the login/password, they could simply reconnect with another device or if it's a PC, spoof their mac.
EDIT: I will also add that as this is an ISP supplied device, your access and ability to configure or change anything is likely very restricted. So again, you best bet is to simply change and use complex passwords.
If it's password protected and using the WPA2 with TKIP/AES set......then the only ones connected should be the ones with the password. If not then the password has been given out.
Depending on modem/router brand....you enter the modem/router page by typing in 192.168.x.x - x = either a 0 - 1 or 1 - 0 in your browser. You can look that up. Then you go to the security settings tab and check your settings as noted above. Then you go to the wireless tab and look for IP address connections.
you can use the cmd prompt as well....open cmd prompt and type in ipconfig and that will list your routers ip address, then type that in your browser.
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