"Warnings on current network"
edited May 19, 2022 in Fing Desktop discussions #1
For a while now I've been receiving warnings on my "current network" that say "Connectivity warning in [my ISP] in [my town] ([my LAN's IP range]): Amazon cannot be reached."
Then, a little later, I get a notification that "All good in [my ISP] in [my town] ([my LAB's IP range])"
What's with the Amazon nonsense? My WAN/internet access has not been interrupted. Why should I care? Why can't I disable this annoying, useless notification without disabling all notifications?
@Long_John_Sliver, I have moved this to the Fing desktop app area for relevance. A few folks have asked for the default checks for connectivity be changeable as well. Fing I'm guessing picked this as it is a popular and widely available Url to use for testing and makes sense for most folks but I do get your point. @Karl_From_Fing or @Dylan_From_Fing, adding you for awareness.Thats Daphnee, she's a good dog...0
Karl_From_Fing Administrator, Beta Tester Posts: 485Hey @Marc
Thank you for keeping us looped in!
I have created a support ticket for you so that we can take a look into this. Please respond at your earliest convenience.0
And another 3 dozen of these time-wasting notifications since my previous post.
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