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Updated:December 11, 2018
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The Connected Devices section of an RV Series router displays the Host Name, Internet Protocol (IP) Address, Media Access Control (MAC) Address, and Status of the devices connected to your RV Series router. It is displayed per Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) making it a lot easier to determine which devices are connected to which port on the router. The Connected Devices section is typically used by the administrator to check the connectivity between a host and the router among others and allows you to see if unauthorized devices are on the network.
This article aims to show you how to view connected devices on RV Series routers.