Can you enable up/down alerts without also getting "in range" alerts?

ed1chandler
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One of my devices is about 2 feet from my access points (hence obviously "in range.")
I want to get alerts when it goes down or comes back up, but don't care about "in range."
Possible?
Thanks.
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  • Robin_from_Fing
    Robin_from_Fing Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 4,882
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    One of my devices is about 2 feet from my access points (hence obviously "in range.")
    I want to get alerts when it goes down or comes back up, but don't care about "in range."
    Possible?
    Thanks.
    I am sorry but this feature has not yet been implemented. But I can take this as a suggestion and pass it on to developers for consideration. Thanks
    Robin (Admin at Fing)
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  • Matt_T
    Matt_T Member Posts: 9
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    Robin, I would also appreciate this feature...I want to see only new "in range" devices that have entered my home...and not receive countless "in range" messages for wifi devices I already have at home and recognize.  Thanks!