There are series of reasons you need to know who connected to your WIFI network, they might be using your WIFI network without your permission. Then this attitude or action could result to many things, these could be: this might result to your Android phone running slow.
Aside the point mentioned above, you need extra cash to buy data from your network provider. As well, it will have negative influence on your phone battery, I mean your battery will drain faster.
Bear in mind that many devices connect to your WIFI network these days. The list will contain laptops, smart phones, tablets, smart TVs, set-top boxes, game consoles, WIFI printers, and many more.
Now this article will show you how to find out exactly who you are sharing your WIFI network with, and how to kick any intruders off it forever.
Find Device Connected To Your WIFI Network Using Fing network tools
Step 1 ====> Connect to WIFI network you want to monitor
Step 2 ====> Then download and install Fing network tool
Step 3 ====> Open it and you will see the name of your network on the home screen, along with the Refresh and Settings buttons.
Step 4 ====> To see all the devices connected to your WIFI network, tap Refresh.
Step 5 ====> Tap any device on your network to bring up a list of options for interacting with that device.
These include sending pings or Wake on LAN signals, and you can even log when those devices connect and disconnect from the network.
This process could take a few minutes, but afterwards you will see a list of devices, along with an indicator that tells you if it is a smart phone, PC, or other device.
Find Device Connected To Your WIFI Network Using Your Router
Step 1 ====> Open your Command Prompt, this can be found in Windows 8 by pressing your Windows key and searching for cmd
Step 2 ====> On the command prompt window, type “ipconfig /all” into the window
Step 3 ====> Locate the address of your default gateway, it should be something like this 192.168.2.1
Step 4 ====> Now open your browser and type the IP Address found into the browser search bar
Step 5 ====> On your router page that come up, provide your username and password to the appropriate places. If you have no changed it, input the default information.
Step 6 ====> Finally look for list of devices.
This depends on your router manufacture, you may have a different page, but there should be a tab that says something similar to Connected Devices. Click on it and it will show all the devices connected to your