Taking someone off your Wi-Fi network is a funny experience. I’m sure your friend who will get cut will not laugh as hard as you do. Anyways, here are two options that how do you Remove Someone from Your Router.
Changing your network password is option 1
Change the password on your router’s configuration or your online account with your ISP. You may have to do this if you have a lot of devices connected, but it is likely more convenient than finding the mac address.
Filtering MAC addresses is Option 2
You can blacklist MAC addresses on some routers if you filter out MAC addresses. When attempting to connect to Wi-Fi, some access controls prevent the device from connecting. Some Wi-Fi networks, such as Google, allow you to “pause” internet access, but this doesn’t stop them.
How do I remove devices connected to my WiFi?
Changing your security details (SSID and password) and restarting the modem is one of the easiest ways to remove devices from your network. This will disconnect the devices and force authentication requests from every previously connected device.
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How can I check to see if someone is using my WiFi?
If you unplug or turn off anything in your home that connects to your WiFi and looks for a flashing green light on your router, you can tell someone is using your WiFi. It’s best to use this method if you’re aware of all the connected devices to your WiFi network.
I would highly recommend you set up a Guest network after you complete either option. Your guest network will usually be separate from your primary network. Smart home devices benefit from this as well.
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