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Wireless connections on TG582n

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Wireless connections on TG582n

This may be obvious but I haven't found it
How do I see which devices are actually connected to the router by wireless.
The interface http://192.168.1.254/cgi/b/lan/?be=0&l0=4&l1=-1 shows all devices which have been connected not the ones which are currently connected which seems rather silly and not very useful
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Re: Wireless connections on TG582n

Firmware 10.2.5.2 shows a small green tick against the actively connected devices. (page Home Network > Devices)
Don't know which firmware version started showing this, but suspect it was not in the R8 versions.
Alternatively use the following telnet command and see which devices have the "C" flag set.
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Re: Wireless connections on TG582n

Thanks - I now have a reason to upgrade the firmware next time I need to do a resync
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Re: Wireless connections on TG582n

Don't blame me if you don't like it Wink
I'm thinking of going back to 8.C.M.0 -- don't like the login and the GUI is even less responsive.
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Re: Wireless connections on TG582n

I am on 8.4.4.j so possibly I won't see much of a change going to 10.2.2.B