Support for scanning different subnets

JxckJxck Member Posts: 3
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edited August 2019 in Fing App Feature requests

So my network I have different subnets for different devices. I have an IOT subnet (192.168.107.0/24), Default LAN (192.168.1.0/24) etc I was wondering if we could get the ability to change the IP range that is scanned. Note my IOT subnet is accessible from the default LAN So I would be able to scan it. I'd be nice to be able to type in 192.168.1.1-254, 192.168.107.1-254 and scan just those subnets instead of the giant range between them.

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  • Lee_BoLee_Bo Member Posts: 273
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    Would be nice to discover devices in my office on all the vlans.
    VioletChepilJxck
  • VioletChepilVioletChepil London, UKMember Posts: 2,471
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    We don't yet have any plans to support multi-VLANs. We have a sister company (Domotz) providing professional grade remote monitoring capabilities. They support mutli-VLANs. Check them out here! https://www.domotz.com/

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  • AustinJerryAustinJerry Member Posts: 72
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    How about being able to differentiate devices on different networks?  I have hard-wired devices, devices on the 2.4GHz wireless network, and devices on the 5GHz network.  Will Fing be able differentiate how devices are connected?
    Fingbox owner from the beginning
    VioletChepilHronos
  • VioletChepilVioletChepil London, UKMember Posts: 2,471
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    How about being able to differentiate devices on different networks?  I have hard-wired devices, devices on the 2.4GHz wireless network, and devices on the 5GHz network.  AustinJerry said:
    @AustinJerry Can you start this one up as a new question? That way we can get more help from others etc. from the title selection. I'm happy to start it up too. 

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  • JxckJxck Member Posts: 3
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    We don't yet have any plans to support multi-VLANs. We have a sister company (Domotz) providing professional grade remote monitoring capabilities. They support mutli-VLANs. Check them out here! https://www.domotz.com/
    Ok Thanks (Wishing their was a home/free plan for Domotz) :/
  • PoohPooh Member, Beta Tester Posts: 674
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    We don't yet have any plans to support multi-VLANs. We have a sister company (Domotz) providing professional grade remote monitoring capabilities. They support mutli-VLANs. Check them out here! https://www.domotz.com/
    Would multiple Fingboxes get past this limitation? Can one account support multiple Fingboxes\Networks?
    People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.
  • VioletChepilVioletChepil London, UKMember Posts: 2,471
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    @Pooh you can easily jump from one Fingbox to another in your account - but we don't have a kind of multi-box set-up for a single home. Each would be seen as a separate network so to speak.
    Just turning this into an ideation thread so others can upvote :) 

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  • SnorreSnorre Member Posts: 1
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    I was hoping for a simple software like [email protected] which had support for multiple subnets. Fing is just made for home users, the UI is made for tablets with little information on screen. Without support for multiple subnets and an interface that shows all addresses at once the app is almost useless in a professional enviornment. Uninstalling fing.
  • KencredibleKencredible Member Posts: 1
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    I was forced by my employer to move to IOS from my Android. The Fing app on Android was able to scan other subnets. I relied on it frequently, since a lot of my network is statically addressed. I need this back or I want my money back. There are other apps that support this.

  • RobinRobin Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 3,761
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    I was forced by my employer to move to IOS from my Android. The Fing app on Android was able to scan other subnets. I relied on it frequently, since a lot of my network is statically addressed. I need this back or I want my money back. There are other apps that support this.

    Hi @Kencredible

    The ability to scan additional networks has been removed, due to privacy issues. We are working on this feature to be compliant with privacy laws. If you have purchased the Fing App subscription and want to make changes then please follow this link


    Robin (Admin at Fing)
    Getting Started? Please refer to Community guidelines & Community User Guides("Helping Hand"). HAPPY POSTING!!!
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