There are a few different ways that you can check the browsing history on your Xfinity WiFi router.
If you want to view the browsing history for all devices that are connected to your router, you can log in to the Xfinity WiFi web interface.
To do this, simply enter https://wifi.xfinity.com into your browser’s URL bar and enter your Xfinity credentials when prompted.
Once you’re logged in, click the “History” tab to view a list of all websites that have been accessed through your router.
If you only want to check the browsing history for a specific device, you can do so by accessing the router’s web interface through its IP address.
Can I see what websites are visited on my Xfinity WiFi?
Yes, you can see what websites are visited on your Xfinity WiFi. To do so, simply login to your account and navigate to the ‘Reports’ section. From there, you will be able to see a list of all the websites that have been visited on your WiFi network.
Can you see the history of the Xfinity router?
Yes, you can see some historic information from your Xfinity router. For example, you can see how much data has been transferred through your router on a monthly basis. You can also see which devices have been connecting to your network and when they’ve been doing so.
However, Comcast does not keep any logs of websites that have been visited or files that have been downloaded or uploaded.
How do I access my Xfinity router log?
To access your Xfinity router’s log, go to the web interface and login with your Comcast username and password. From there, click on ‘Network’ in the top menu and then ‘Router Status’. This will take you to a page where you can view the log. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact Comcast customer support.
How long does Xfinity keep Internet history?
Thank you for your question. Comcast, our parent company, does not release information regarding how long they keep Internet history. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.