Fing icons on website?

Matt_T
Matt_T Member Posts: 9
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On my Fing website homepage showing the subnets I or the Fingbox scanned, I see different icons:  a house, wifi signal, fingbox icon, and a mysterious <-->.  What do each of these mean...especially the horizontal arrows?  Thanks!
Matt_T

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  • Robin_from_Fing
    Robin_from_Fing Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 5,052
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    Hi @Matt_T
    The icons are for the network context you have set for these networks on your Fing app. The home icon represents it is a home network, <---> is generic network means no network context has been set for this network on Fing app. Verizon Fios is the name of the network or the switch through which network wifi was broadcasted. 
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  • Robin_from_Fing
    Robin_from_Fing Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 5,052
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    Hi @Matt_T
    Can you share the screenshot of this so I can guide you? Thanks
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  • Matt_T
    Matt_T Member Posts: 9
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    Thanks Robin!  Here's the screenshot.  I understand that the wifi icon represents a scan from my iphone connected to that wifi AP, but what does the house icon mean, and what does the <...> icon (For Verizon Fios) mean?  


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  • Matt_T
    Matt_T Member Posts: 9
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    Waiting to hear back from Robin after providing screenshot.