Show all currently connected devices
DarkShadow04 last edited by
I tried searching the boards but did not find my answer. I also apologize if my question is in the wrong place.
I am just getting this set up for the first time and I have had everything running pretty well for about 4 or 5 hours now. But I am still playing and trying things out. At the moment I only have a few things on the network. My desktop, my laptop wirelessly though the AP, my cell phone though the AP, and my network printer.
I staticly assigned the AP and printer IP addresses on those devices and everything works properly. But, is there a place in the pfSense webConfigurator where I can find all the devices plugged into my network? I know where to find a list of all the DHCP assigned devices, but I am looking for a listing of all the devices connected to the network.
cmb last edited by
You can tell everything that's connected to the firewall or Internet recently under Diag>ARP. Anything that hasn't connected to the Internet or the firewall itself isn't visible to the firewall, so you won't be able to see that.
wallabybob last edited by
If pfSense is acting as a wireless AP you can get a list of associated devices on Status -> Wireless.
And you can also list all the devices which have acquired an IP address via DHCP (if you're using pfSense for DHCP) in Status: DHCP: