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  • Re: EXCITING NEWS, FING DESKTOP 2.0 IS HERE…

    Again an early Fingbox adopter and a bit mystified why I now need to pay for services that were "free" in version 1.xxx as a premium service? (View Post)
  • Re: EXCITING NEWS, FING DESKTOP 2.0 IS HERE…

    Do Fingbox users get Premium access as part of the hardware package are does that cost extra? for example as a Fingbox early adopter I'd like to take advantage of the local API and Home Assistant fea… (View Post)
  • EXCITING NEWS, FING DESKTOP 2.0 IS HERE…

    Hi
All, 

EXCITING
NEWS, FING DESKTOP 2.0 IS HERE… 

As you know, we have been
working very hard on our new product offering ‘Fing Desktop’ sin… (View Post)
  • Merge multiple MAC-addresses to one device

    Hi,I'm asking, if it'll be possible in the future, to merge multiple MAC-addresses to one device. Lots of devices could connect to network through different network-cards (e. g. LAN, WLAN, portreplic… (View Post)
  • Anyone know of a product (HW or SW) that can tell me which WAP a device is connected through?

    Having trouble with inconsistent network performance in our house. I can have an iPhone and an iPad sitting on the table next to me that simultaneously give dramatically different results from Speedt… (View Post)
  • Fing Desktop for Linux

    Why there isn't a version of Fing Desktp for Linux? Especially considering the fact macOS is unix based. (View Post)
  • What kind of router should I purchase?

    If I were to buy a router, then which route best suits my needs. Security, and ease of use are very important, and let's not focus on price. The network has between 20 and 30 devices, and above avera… (View Post)
  • Set static IP for Fingbox

    I haven't found a way to set a static IP to the Fingbox (at the FingApp, Fingbox settings), not other than reserving it via the router DHCP reservation table. But, what if I am on a network without a… (View Post)
  • A Network Map to see everything?

    Are there any plans to add network map feature? It would be great to be able to see all devices on a map. How they are connected, whats connected/disconnected etc. This would make troubleshooting muc… (View Post)
  • Re: How to properly use ping?

    You aren't doing anything wrong, but did misunderstand what it does: it sends a signal (a ping) to the device. There's going to be a reply coming back, and you'll get the time this whole operation to… (View Post)