Multiple Access Point Compatibility

Yes, Fingbox supports multiple Wi-Fi access points that are on the same network. Both Fingbox (and the Fing app) recognize multiple Wi-Fi access points as the same network and group them under one simple network within the app. They have the ability to recognize multiple Wi-Fi access points as the same […]

How to wake device on LAN or WAN?

Wake-on-LAN (WOL) is an Ethernet computer networking standard that allows a computer to be turned on – or woken up – by a network message. WOL is implemented at the hardware level by the motherboard of a computer (BIOS) and the network interface (firmware). Consequently, it is independent of the […]

Router, Access Point and Extender Compatibility

Fingbox is compatible with most routers, access points, and extenders. Device Blocking/Internet Pause and Bandwidth Analysis Features  Although we have tested Fingbox with as many hardware devices that we could, it is impossible to test them all. Some routers, access points, or extenders may prevent the following features from working […]

Fingbox vs Fing App

The Fing app is a powerful network scanning app that allows you to identify what devices are on a network. However, the Fing app has always been limited by being a mobile app as you can only use the features on Fing when you are connected to the network you […]

Fingbox vs Domotz Pro

Fingbox vs Domotz Pro – Providing Support to Multiple Homes and Office Networks Domotz PRO offers powerful IT Tools to monitor and manage multiple networks and devices. Domotz is the premier Remote Monitoring and Management Platform for an IoT World.  They offer powerful network management software for MSP’s, Integrators, Security […]

How to measure network round-trip time?

The ping feature is capable of performing multiple quick pings to a list of target hosts. You can scan a set of local or remote hosts. <cmd> -p By default ping summary is reported on console as a plain text output, but you can choose between different output formats: […]