Network page

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Where is the Network page?

Fing Mobile

  • From Overview, click the Devices widget or the blue See devices button
  • Click the Network tab

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Fing Desktop

Click the Network tab on the left sidebar

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Fing Desktop

Header

The Fing Desktop Network page is divided into sections that show the most relevant information about your Network. The navigation bar on the bottom of the header has links to each section. In the top right corner are the last scan time and the Refresh button, the latter of which refreshes the Network page.

In the network header, you can:

  • Change the network context (Home, Office, Rental, Public)
  • Edit the network details (Name, Notes and Location Address)
  • View the timeline of network events history

The header shows the Network location deriving by public IP address. Click Edit network details to customize and edit the location address.

Actions

In this section, you can:

  • Enable or Disable the Deep Scan. If enabled, a scan runs weekly on each discovered device, collecting additional details for HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, Telnet, FTP, and SMB to improve the device recognition.
  • Send an export file of your Network in Excel format to your email account.

Click here for further information on how to export a network scan.

Pause/Block Devices

If you are running the desktop on the primary blocking device, the block and pause section shows the following:

  • The status of pause and block functionalities
  • The Feedback about your block and pause request
  • The primary blocking device

If you are running the desktop on the secondary blocking device, the section shows the following:

  • The status of pause and block functionalities
  • The Feedback about your block and pause request
  • The current device
  • The primary blocking device
  • The primary blocking device status
  • The button to update the secondary device as the primary

Click here and here for further details about the block and pause functionalities.

Wi-Fi Access Point

The Wi-Fi access point section shows the following information:

  • BSSID with a progress bar with signal power
  • Additional BSSIDs with a progress bar with signal power
  • SSID
  • Security Protocol
  • WPS (for Windows version only)

The BSSID and additional BSSIDs can be copied

Click here for further information on Wi-Fi access points.

Network Setup

This section shows the following information:

  • Fing Network ID
  • Netmask
  • Gateway IP Address
  • Gateway MAC Address
  • Local Address
  • DNS
  • Interface Type
  • IPv6 

Some of this information can be copied.

Network Devices

This section summarizes the devices on your networks as follows:

  • Total device (offline and online)
  • Confirmed as yours
  • Unrecognized models

Click the blue See all devices button to go to the Device page.

Internet Setup

This section shows the following information:

  • ISP (Internet Service Provider)
  • Public Address
  • Hostname
  • Location
  • Time zone

Click the blue View Internet Performance button to go to the Internet page.

Click here for further information on ISP Comparison.

Fing Mobile

Header

The Fing Mobile Network page is divided into sections that show the most relevant information about your Network. In the top right corner are two buttons: Change monitored network and Settings.

In the network header, click the blue Edit button to do the following:

  • Change the network context (Home, Office, Rental, Public)
  • Edit the network details (Name, Notes and Location Address)

To the right of the Edit button is the Export button. Click the Export button to export a network scan.

Manage this network

In this section, the following features are available:

  • Events: Get a historical overview of all the events that happened on your network
  • Wi-Fi Performance: Measure the speed of the device
  • Bandwidth analysis: Discover what device currently slowing down your network

Access points

This section shows the following information:

  • SSID (Service Set Identifier): The unique name of your Wi-Fi network
  • BSSIDs (Basic Service Set Identifier): The MAC physical address of the access point or wireless router that is used to connect to the Wi-Fi.

You can delete access points by clicking the x button beside the selected access point you.

Network setup

This section shows the following information:

  • Netmask
  • Gateway
  • Local address
  • DNS
  • IPv6

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