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Author Topic: want to see who's connected to my router  (Read 9194 times)

steven2010

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want to see who's connected to my router
« on: May 11, 2011, 08:15:23 AM »

How do you determine who's connected to my wireless router?

I can see the "lan computers" section under the "device info" section under "status".
It lists computers that were connected yesterday but have been powered down for at least 12 hours?
Renew'ing or releasing the router doesn't update the list.

Also is there a way, from my router, to force a computer off my network?

Thanks in advnace
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Re: want to see who's connected to my router
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2011, 09:08:53 AM »

Your looking in the right place. You can also look under Setup/Networking last section at the bottom will show you who connected and the lease times.

I would use Mac address filtering if your concerned about who can connect to your network. Is Wireless security enabled and set up? Does the routers admin and or user guest account have passwords?
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