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How to Find Who is Connected to My WiFi


WiFi is a wireless technology. Connecting another device to your WiFi network may slow down your internet speeds, and it can be a security threat to your devices too. Anyone can connect to your router if they have the password. How to find out who is connected to my WiFi network? In this guide, we are talking about how to find who is connected to my WiFi network.

There are some ways to find out this. Some methods require third party software and some methods do not require any software. Let’s start with the easy way.

You must be connected to the router before performing these methods!

Router’s Web Interface

This is the easiest method you can do, and you don’t need to download any third-party tool to perform the check the network. To do this, you have to go to your router’s IP address from a web browser. Most router manufacturers have set it to or Try both IP addresses. If they don’t work, find your information sticker on the backside on the router. The IP address is often mentioned there.

If you still can’t find it, try the below method.

Open the Command prompt (CMD) and type ipconfig and press the Enter key. Then, you can find your router IP address under Default Gateway.


Then go to the IP address from a web browser. Here I go to my router’s IP address, and it redirected to the router home interface.


Some routers have to log in before finding the connected devices. In my router shows the login devices without login. If you have to log in, click the login button and enter your username and password and login to the account. If you don’t know the logins, look the backside sticker on the router.



GlassWire has free and paid versions, and you can download the software by this link. Using the GlassWire software, you can monitor your data usage and network. Also, it has a firewall security system, and you can stop unnecessary data handling applications.


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