Monitoring wifi connections

  HXP 18:48 30 Nov 09
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After some help

I have a wifi router, WPA-PSK protected , mac address filtering.

I wanted to ask if there was any tool that could show exactly who is connected to my wifi and to my router.

I use a Belkin router that is about 4 years old but suits my needs supporting 2 xbox 360's via wifi , 2 pc's hard ethernet and an NC10 also wifi( not all working at the same time ).

Any software i can run to see who / what connected including any hi jack attempts ?

many thanks

Hugh

  mgmcc 19:29 30 Nov 09

If you have MAC address filtering enabled, then only those network adapters whose MAC address has been entered into the router's settings will be able to connect to it.

If you go into the router's settings (type 192.168.2.1 into your web browser), there may be a page which displays details of the network adapters that are currently connected to it and their IP addresses.

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