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I apologize if this question has been asked before, but due to certain circumstances I didn't have enough time to do a lot of my own research.

I'm trying to find out a way to know who is on my network. I know about angry ip and all other sniffers, but I'm not using my computer so i don't want to download anything. I was told you could check your DHCP client list within your networks configuration. I have a Trendnet Tew-432BRP and I found a list of computers that had been on the network, but not a list of current clients connected to the network. If anyone has any advice I would truely appreciate it. Again sorry I didn't have time to do much research.

I appreciate all the help

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if u already know how to check the router log (via its IP address on browser) then u should be able to check the current attached devices (the assigned IP addresses should have the corresponding MAC addresses paired up).

if u dont know how to then check out the manual (might be able to download it at their site).

To stop them from connecting just use MAC filtering.

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Completely forgot about mac filtering. Thanks for reminder
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