Fing App - Windows 10 - How do I select adapter/subnet - can't see local network

I have two networks connected to my laptop - home network (192.168.10.xx) and Hamachi VPN adaptor (25.x.y.z). trouble is, the only network picked up by fing app is the Hamachi one (all the devices there are file server so are up all the time). There is no option to force the network analyser to scan 192.168 for devices in my home that may be up or down. How do I coerce fing into looking at 192.168?


  • Lee_Bo
    Lee_Bo Member Posts: 272
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    Is the VPN currently connected?  That would cause what you are describing.
  • gersoid
    gersoid Member Posts: 2
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    Both networks are connected and viewable/pingable. Windows 10 says I have an ethernet adapter and a Hamachi VPN adapter. I just can't force fing to look at one rather than the other
  • Robin_Ex_Fing
    Robin_Ex_Fing Member Posts: 5,292
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    Hi @gersoid
    With Fing Desktop, you can only scan the network your device is connected to. As of now, there is no way to force scan a different subnet.
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  • jonasZ
    jonasZ Member Posts: 1
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    I am having the same problem, but on my Mac, currently running 12.2.1 (21D62) with Fing Version 2.9.0 ( premium version.

    Is this feature coming up any time soon?

    I have also tried using the Fing CLI but I can't find a way to specify the network interface on the CLI command prompt. I get 18:05:35 > Discovery error: unable to select a valid network interface to use

    Could you please help me out?