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I have Comcast Infinity cable/wifi. Is there a way to tell who and what devices are connected to my wifi?

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by:John-Charles-Herzberg
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Do you know the name and model of the router you have.
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by:pcwizz1
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It is an ARRIS
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Korbus earned 250 total points
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You will need to log into the wifi-router provided by comcast.  Unfortunately, they may have this locked down.

Normal you log onto these devices like this:
-Open a dos prompt and run IPconfig-  note the GATEWAY address
-Open a browser, and enter that GATEWAY address into the address bar
This should take you to the logon screen for the router.  You will need the username/passord combo to get in here.  Comcast MAY give this to you if you call support.
-Once logged in you should be able to navigate through the router's website to find what devices are using the wifi (how to navigate thes menus depends on your router brand/model).
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by:tailoreddigital
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You need to log into the router and go to connected devices.  

Page 9 (Accessing the Configuration Interface)
https://www.arrisi.com/support/documentation/user_guides/_docs/ARRIS_Router_Setup_Web_GUI_UG.pdf


Connected Devices,
Connected Devices
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