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Wifi Acess Point

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how do you view all ip addresses that are connected to your access point

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A lot of AP's have a web interface and usually they will show you all the machines that have used dhcp to get an address. You can check the built-in logs.

If that's not available, or someone connected with a static address, then the next best thing is to scan your entire subnet to see who is out there. Try nmap.

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Look for client list in your administration panel of your AP and that will give you the list.

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Since it seems like you don't know:

Router config page: 192.168.1.1 (type that into your web browser) Only works if you are connected to the router.

Different routers have different default passwords. My netgears name is "admin" and password is "password"

Try google for a list of default's for different routers.

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Okay if you have a wireless router and your trying to see who is connecting to your router... Try this software... I have it running on my computer checking my log file on machines that are scanning my ip address...

http://sonic.net/wallwatcher/

Hopefully this will help you...

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