For the House and Cottages

After all, the Internet can work much faster! Find out who uses your Wi-Fi.

In the age of information technology is difficult to imagine life without gadgets. In each apartment, house or even room there is a computer, tablet or smartphone. Most of the gadgets are connected to the Internet using a Wi-Fi connection.

Unfortunately, very often the Internet connection does not work properly. You do not even suspect that the reason lies in strangers who connect to your Wi-Fi router! It can be both your cunning neighbors and intruders. Just imagine that completely strangers can connect to your network.

"How to find out who is connected to my Wi-Fi"? Follow our simple instructions and everything will work out!

Connected Wi-Fi devices

  1. find out IP address of your Wi-Fi router. You can find it on the router itself (on the sticker below), in the instructions for it or on the box.
  2. If the IP address is missing, then enter 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 in the address bar of the browser. Then you will see the login and password fields.
  3. Enter your username and password (often admin), click "OK". This window indicates that you have succeeded.
  4. In order to see the users that are connected to your Wi-Fi, go to the “Wireless Mode” menu and then “Wireless Statistics Statistics”.
  5. In the photo you can see that 4 devices are connected to Wi-Fi. Using the MAC address you can find out which devices are connected to your Wi-Fi router. Each network device has a separate MAC address. In the event that you see other people connected to your Wi-Fi, you should change your password. On many Wi-Fi routers, this can be done by clicking on the “Wireless Mode” tab, then - “Wireless Mode Protection”.
  6. Reboot the router using the Reboot tool in the System Tools.

Now you can be sure that your Internet connection is secure, everything works quickly and efficiently! Don't have to wrestle with how many devices are actually connected to wifi. Be sure to tell your friends about how to protect yourself.