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Is there a way to see who is connected to your wireless network?


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I am using an airport express at home with 128 security enabled. Although I was always curious to know if there is a way to determine who is connected to the access point at any one time. Is there any sort of software out there that allows for this to be done?

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Look at the DHCP lease table in the Airport admin utility.

Or just use MAC aaddress filtering and you'll know for sure.
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Or try iStumbler it's freeware.
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