How to See Who’s Connected to Your Wi-Fi Network
Your Wi-Fi network is slow and couldn’t connect because you’ve already reached the connected device limit you’ve set. In this guide, we will be giving out how to see who’s connected to your wi-fi.
Bear in mind that many devices connect to your Wi-Fi these days. The list will contain laptops, smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, set-top boxes, game consoles, Wi-Fi printers, etc.
Knowing who’s connected to your WiFi is easy to find out, regardless of the device connected to your network. Here’s how to check:
- First, have the login information of your router correctly.
- Next, locate your default gateway IP address. (example: http://192.168.1.1).
- Next, launch any web browser on a mobile device or a computer.
- Then type in your default gateway IP address and press Enter.
- Now, please wait for a few seconds for it to load.
- You must log in once you’re on your router’s web management portal.
- Navigate around and look for the list.
- Sometimes, routers will split up lists of connections by connection type, so if you have wired devices and WiFi devices, make sure you look for the suitable device type.