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3 Easy Ways to Check Your WiFi GHz on an iPhone

3 Easy Ways to Check Your WiFi GHz on an iPhone

Are you wondering whether your iPhone is connected to your router's 2.4GHz or 5GHz band? While the iPhone offers no built-in feature for detecting which networks run on which frequency, there are a few simple workarounds you can use to detect the GHz of routers in your home.

Check the name of the Wi-Fi network you're connected to. 

If you're connected to a dual-band Wi-Fi router, you may be able to find out which band you're connected to based on the name of the access point on your iPhone. Here's where to look:

Open the Control Center by swiping down from the top-right corner of your screen (for iPhones without Home buttons) or swiping up from the bottom of the screen (for iPhones with Home buttons).

Tap and hold the Wi-Fi icon in the top-left corner.

The name of your Wi-Fi access point appears below "Wi-Fi" on the left side of the panel. If you see either "2.4GHz" or "5GHz" here, you'll know that you're connected on that frequency.

If you're connected at home and your bands are not labeled this way, read on to learn how to change them on your Wi-Fi router.

Find your router’s IP address.

If you have a dual-band router, the easiest way to tell which band your phone is connected to is to give each one its own SSID, or network name. To get started, find your router’s IP address. On your iPhone, you can find the IP address by doing the following:

Go into Image titled Iphonesettingsappicon.png Settings.

Open Image titled Macwifi.png Wi-Fi.

Click the Image titled Android7info1.png Information button by your router’s network name.

Scroll down until you find the number next to Router in the IPV4 Address section. The router number will look something like

Enter the IP address into a browser.

Once you find the IP address, copy and paste or type it into the address bar in your web browser. This will open your router’s webpage, where you can review information about the router and make changes to settings such as the network name.

Log in with your router’s username and password. 

Once you open your router’s page, you may be prompted to log in. If you’re not sure what your username and password are, you can usually find them printed on a sticker on the side of the router.

The default username for most routers is “Admin.”

Look for a setting to create separate SSIDs for each band. 

Every router is different, so there’s no single way to do this. You may need to consult your router’s manual or visit their support website for information about how to configure separate network names for each band. In many cases, these settings will be located under a tab called Advanced Settings or something similar.

If your router doesn’t automatically allow you to create separate names for each band, you may need to toggle a setting or check a box that enables this feature.

Assign a distinctive name to each band.

This way, you’ll be able to tell at a glance which one your phone is connected to at any given time. For instance, you might name the 2.4GHz network “Home_Network-2.4GHz” and the 5GHz network “Home_Network-5GHz.”

While this is the easiest way to tell which band your iPhone is connected to, note that Apple doesn’t recommend giving your bands separate names. Using the same name for both allows your phone to automatically transition between bands so that you’re always connected to the strongest signal.

Connect to your preferred band on your iPhone. 

Open up Image titled Iphonesettingsappicon.png Settings, then select Image titled Macwifi.png Wi-Fi. Tap the name of the network you want to join, then enter the password. Once you’re connected, you’ll see a blue checkmark next to the name of the network.[4]

Once you separate the bands, you may need to enter the password separately for each band the first time you log in.

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