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How to See Who is Using Your WiFi How to Check How Many People are Using Your TP-Link WiFi

Do you want to know which devices are connected to your WiFi network? Here’s how you can do it. This method works on both your mobile phone and computer. I'll demonstrate using a computer, but you can easily do it on your phone as well.


1. Open a Web Browser:

   - Open any web browser on your computer or phone.

   

2. Enter the Router's IP Address:

   - Most WiFi routers have one of two IP addresses: `192.168.1.1` or `192.168.0.1`. Enter one of these addresses into your browser’s address bar and press Enter.

   - If neither works, check the back of your router for the correct IP address.


3. Log In to the Router:

   - You will be prompted to enter a username and password. The default is usually "admin" for both fields.

   - If you have changed your login credentials and cannot remember them, contact your service provider.


4. Navigate to the Network Map:

   - Once logged in, look for an option labeled "Network Map" or something similar.


5. Check Connected Devices:

   - In the Network Map, you will find a section labeled "Clients" or "Connected Devices."

   - Click on it, and you will see a list of all devices currently connected to your WiFi network. Each device will have an identifier like a name or IP address.


For example, you might see devices like:

   - Abid's Laptop

   - Android Phone

   - Family Member's Phone


6. Alternative Method Using TP-Link Tether App:

   - If you are using a phone, you can download the TP-Link Tether app from the Play Store.

   - Open the app, log in with your router credentials, and you will easily see all connected devices under the "Clients" section.


7. Older TP-Link Router Interface:

   - If you have an older TP-Link router, the interface might look slightly different.

   - Navigate to "Network Map," then look for "Wireless Clients" and "Wired Clients."

   - "Wireless Clients" will show phones, laptops, etc., while "Wired Clients" might show devices connected via Ethernet, like TVs or secondary routers.


By following these steps, you will be able to see all devices connected to your WiFi network, ensuring you know who is using your internet connection.


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