See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?

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See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-17 20:15:52
Region : Denmark

Model : Archer C2

Hardware Version : Not Clear

Firmware Version : 0.9.1 0.11 v0032.0 Build 141117 Rel.54392n

ISP : TDC


Hello

Q1: On my router page where can I see all devices and their IP and MAC using router?

Q2: On my router page where can I see all current connections (or the total number ) made, counting any client and all their connections.(something like a sum of all netstat -na on all devices)?
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-21 19:10:56
Have you seen - DHCP Clients tab ?
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-21 19:57:18
And the ones that are not DHCP clients?
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-21 20:55:09
In this same place with "Static" mark.
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-22 02:49:07
Into the menu:

IP & MAC Binding / ARP List
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-22 08:22:09

HiSpeed wrote

Into the menu:

IP & MAC Binding / ARP List


Lol, thanks alot. Cant be belive I missed that . That was Q1 answered.

And Q2?
Reason is that I want to be able to troubleshoot if number of connections gets out of hand when using eg. torrent.
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2015-02-22 08:28:46

jimasek wrote

In this same place with "Static" mark.

If you mean "Permanent" as listed in "DHCP Clietns List" are still DHCP clients,
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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2020-06-17 00:01:14

I'm sorry, but the ARP/Binding List does not display all of the devices connected to my router.  The number listed under the status page for "Wireless Clients" plus the number of wired clients add up to a different number than is listed in the ARP list.  With my netfear router I could always get a complete list of all of the clients connected to the router and the IP address they were using, whether it was issued by the router or was assigned static.  It seems like an awfully big hole that you can't do the same with a TP-Link router.

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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2021-10-18 21:04:30

@Dude I know it's an old question, but I am also on my way to find this list of all hosts connected into my Archer AC750, could someone confirm where to locate it?

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Re:See ALL connected devices?. See ALL connections?
2021-10-19 05:52:13

@alanfsrz 

 

Hello, what's the model number of the AC750? You can find it on the router bottom label, which starts with Archer Cxxxx.

 

Is the router working as the main router or it is working as an access point? How many devices are connected to the network, and how many of them are using static IP addresses? How many numbers are displayed under Wireless Clients and Wired Clients? A screenshot would be appreciated.

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