Display which network

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My router has different networks - an "admin" 2.4 Ghz, guest 2.4, admin 5 Ghz and guest 5 Ghz. Is there a way Fing can display wh/what device is on what network? That would be important for various reasons including interference, capacity, etc.  Thanks.
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  • MarcMarc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 1,823
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    @SEC , so you get the right answer, did you mean the desktop, the mobile or any Fing app?
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  • SECSEC Member Posts: 20
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    Desktop (Win) or mobile (Android). Would be useful for all.
  • MarcMarc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 1,823
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    @Robin and @Ciaran , I can’t see any way to determine this via either app. Would you know if there is a way? If not is it worth getting this in as a feature request? Thanks...

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  • RobinRobin Administrator Posts: 3,121
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    Hi @Marc @SEC
    With Fing app, your mobile device need to be connected to that access point in order to show the devices connected to it. For Fingbox users, you can add multiple access point to your network which will tell you all devices connected to it but unfortunately, it won't show with which frequency the devices are connected.

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