But what if you have already protected your password, and someone has managed to connect to your Wi-Fi?
Well, There is a solution for that, you can monitor connected devices from your router's setting or use third party address to keep an eye on connected devices. Using a third party software is not recommended by me because they don't worth that much time until you face this issue on a regular basis.
Find Who is Connected to your Wireless NetworkI am assuming that you already know your router's IP address and have access to settings.
- Now go to router's setting page and log in with your username and password.
- Navigate to "Wireless Network Setting".
- Find out an option named "Wireless Connection Status".
These options depend on your router's brand, for D-link, you can directly navigate to wireless section, and then Mac chooses Mac option. This page will contain mac addresses of connected devices, and you can find out your device mac address but if you have any issue better to use tools to find who is connected to your Wi-Fi.