If you have a doubt that someone else is using your Wi-Fi router, then you have the option to get rid of that device/user. To know the process, check out the steps given in the tutorial.
Users who are suspicious, or have already certified that they have hacked Wi-Fi can block people connected to the network. The process is done right through your router settings and not only lets you know who is stealing your connection, but ensures that your device will never use your signal again.
Because the method uses the settings of each router, menus vary by model and manufacturer. The differences are quite subtle, so you can follow the next step by step with any product. Here's how to permanently get rid of intruders on Wi-Fi.
Step 1: Click on the Start Menu and type “cmd” into the search box. The Command Promp will appear in the "Programs" section - click on it.
Step 2: Type the command “ipconfig” and press the Enter key.
Step 3: Go to “Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection” and copy the number described in “Default Gateway”.
Step 4: Paste or type the "Default Gateway" number into your browser's address bar and hit Enter. An authentication box will open asking for the username and password. On most routers, both fields are "admin". If that doesn't work, go to your router manufacturer's page and see how to fill in these fields.
From now on, the procedure will vary by router - in this tutorial, we use Belkin N600 Router. However, the menus and tools are basically the same as other models, so you can step by step on routers from different manufacturers.
Step 5: Enter the “Wireless” or Wireless” menu. Locate the options “Station Info” or “Station Info” (the information may also be in “Access Control”). Verify that all devices connected to the Wi-Fi network appear, accompanied by the MAC address. To find out who is the intruder, find out the MAC number of your own devices by following the tutorial tips for Windows and Linux, Windows Phone and iPhone. Copy the MAC code of the device you want to block.
Step 6: Still in wireless, enter “Mac Filter” or “Mac Filter”. Tap the "Add" or "Add" button to include the MAC of the device you wish to block.
Step 7: In the next screen, paste the MAC code into the corresponding text box and press the “Apply/Save” button, which can also come as “Save/Apply”.
Step 8: Done, the MAC code is already included in the restriction list and the device is locked from your Wi-Fi network. If you want to undo the operation, just select the box next to the MAC and press the "Remove" button.
This is how you can take out people who are connected to your Wi-Fi network with or without your permission. If you’re not able to get anybody out of your network, then consult experts for the same, as they will definitely be able to help you out with it.
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