How Do I See Who Is Using My WiFi?
If your Wi-Fi isn’t password-protected or accessible to the public, you may find that strange people have gained access to it. There could be both your own and unknown devices connected to the network. Now the question is, “How do I see who is using my wifi?” You can find out which devices are linked to your wireless network by looking at their IP addresses.
The router’s admin panel will show you the IP addresses and names of all connected devices. You may identify your own devices on the network and learn about others’ by using their IP addresses and names.
You can see what gadgets are linked to your Wi-Fi by doing the following:
- Turn on your computer’s web browser.
- To access the login page, enter http://www.routerlogin.net or just http://routerlogin.net in the address bar.
- You will be taken to a sign-in screen. Utilize the username and password for access to the NetGear router‘s administration interface. (Both the username and password for the default router account are printed on the label.)
- To manage your connected devices, select BASIC > Attached Devices after logging in.
- After that, you’ll be able to learn not only the IP address but also the Device Name for every gadget.