How can I see who’s connected to my home Wi-Fi? Belong

How can I see who’s connected to my home Wi-Fi?

When multiple people are connected to a Wi-Fi network it can slow the Wi-Fi speed. If you want to find out who’s connected to your Wi-Fi, you can follow these steps:

Belong 4353 modem
First, make sure you’re connected via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, the ‘Sync’ light is a solid green colour and then follow the steps below:
  1. On your device, open an internet browser and type 10.0.0.138 into the address bar
  2. When prompted for the modem authentication username and password:
    • Enter the username ‘admin’
    • Enter the password ‘Belong’
    • Click ’Login’
  3. From the main screen, you’ll see which devices are connected to your modem via Wi-Fi and Ethernet
  4. If you see any devices you don’t recognise you should change your Wi-Fi Password 
  5. You can also select a device and make changes to it on the network
For more options related to managing connected devices, select ‘Advanced’ from the main menu, then choose a device to make changes to, or select the Wi-Fi network for network options.

Sagemcom F@st 4315 modem
First, make sure you’re connected via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, the ‘Sync’ light is a solid green colour and then follow the steps below: 
  1. On your device, open an internet browser and type 10.0.0.138 into the address bar
  2. When prompted for the modem authentication username and password:
    • Enter the username ‘admin’
    • Enter the password ‘Belong’
    • Click ’Login’
  3. From the left hand menu, select ‘Device Info’ then ‘DHCP’ to see which devices are connected to your modem 
  4. If you see any devices you don’t recognise you should change your Wi-Fi Password – you can do this by selecting ‘Wireless’ then ‘Security’ from the left hand menu.
Belong Technicolor TG797 modem
First, make sure you’re connected via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, the ‘Sync’ light is a solid green colour and then follow the steps below: 
  1. On your device, open an internet browser and type 10.0.0.138 into the address bar
  2. From the main screen under ‘Local Network’, you’ll see which devices are connected to your modem via Wi-Fi and Ethernet
  3. If you see any devices you don’t recognise you should change your Wi-Fi Password
  4. You can also select a device and make changes to it on your network
For more options on managing connected devices, select ‘Local Network’ from the left hand menu, then select ‘Devices’, to see the devices that are possible to change.
 
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