Faiba 4G MiFi is a popular modem in Kenya today. Many times you find yourself sahring MiFi WiFi passwords with friends, neighbours and colleagues for specific reasons. But once the problem is tackled, your neighbour’s phone or computer keeps on automatically connecting to your WiFi whenever you switch it on, and you have no guts to tell them to disconnect.
So, how can you just cut them off so they don’t misuse your WiFi connections? The following are simple steps that work on any Huawei MiFi from any telcom.
- Open the Faiba MiFi dashboard
To access the dashboard, simply enter your server IP. If you do not know your server IP, hover your pointer at the WiFi connection icon that is usually located at the lower right hand side of the screen. Right click on it and select Open Network and Internet Settings. You will see the screen below.
If you do not see the screen exactly as it is, click on Status.
- Click on Properties as shown.
- Scroll down until you see IP Settings. Copy the IPv4 DNS servers number. Paste it into your web browser and search. (you should be connected to the internet). You should now be able to see your Faiba MiFi dashboard.
- Select settings on your MiFi dashboard. You will be asked to log in. Log in using admin as the username and your WiFi password as the password.
- Once you have logged in and expanded the Settings window, click on Security.
- Select Device Management and expand it.
- You will be led to a screen like the one below. You can now see the devices connected to your WiFi. Select the device you want plus the action, whether it is blocking or blacklisting. Cheers!