Multiple networks with ISP name

jamzm
jamzm Pittsburgh, PA, USAMember Posts: 133
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Why do I always get these?  Is there a setting out of whack or is this normal?  See attached snip.
I used to be fat.
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  • Marc
    Marc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 3,028
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    @jamzm, the first is your network as discovered with your fingbox.  The second is the network as discovered by the mobile app and the third is a network you scanned when on an ISP network.  You can delete the ones you don't want and there is no harm in keeping them.
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  • Robin_Ex_Fing
    Robin_Ex_Fing Member Posts: 5,293
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    Hi @jamzm
    Are you using an Apple device? I would like to tell you that if you have Fingbox and then you install Fing desktop then, first of all, you will see multiple networks under your account. Only those networks will merge from Fing mobile app and Fing desktop which are without Fingbox.  

    If you have iOS 11+ without mac address and if you run a scan from there, you will see another network without any mac address. If you open the network pushed by Fing desktop, you will see it but will not be able to refresh from mobile.  

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  • jamzm
    jamzm Pittsburgh, PA, USAMember Posts: 133
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    No apple. Windows. I do use Mcafee Total Protection w/VPN. So, Marc says this is not a problem. Thanks, Robin. Thanks Marc.

    I used to be fat.
    Robin_Ex_Fing