Blocking

Who Is On My Wifi – Blocking

How Who’s On My Wifi helps block unknown devices on a network.

Mac Filter Blocking – Any device that is detected by a Who’s On My WiFi detection agent will show the Mac Address.  This Mac Address can be added to the Wireless Mac Filter of your current router for a consistent, stable blocking effect.  Look into the details of your current wireless router to see how to do this.

Deprecated – No Longer Supported – Router Based Blocking – Blocking that was done at the router to disable network access for certain devices.  Who’s On My Wifi used to offer this through it’s Simple Secure Router.  The Simple Secure Router offered a stable blocking technique through the use of IPTables on an OpenWRT firmware.  Unfortunately, Simple Secure Routers are no longer available for sale.

Deprecated – No Longer Supported – Software Based Blocking – A jamming technique done through the Windows software and WinPcap to disrupt a device’s network connectivity.  Support for this option was removed in 2015, and has been removed from all future versions of the software.