unknown device - Vendor: fn-link technology - possible Deebot vacuum?

alistairalistair Member, Beta Tester Posts: 6
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I just  noticed an unknown device. The Vendor is listed as Fn-link Technology. The DHCP vendor entry is: dhcpcd-5.2.12:Linux-3.10.104:armv7l:Rockchip RV1108
I believe it my be a smart vacuum (similar time frame). I've done a temporary block to see what impact that has. The app appeared to be unable to link to the device (although it said it was online). Vacuum continued to work, but I suspect it gets a fair amount of buffered info.
Just really looking to see if anyone would know if Fn-Link Tech would potentially be a supplier for Deebot.

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  • rootedrooted Gulf Coast, USModerator Posts: 803
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    edited February 2020 Accepted Answer
    There is a way you can test, if you can fully power down the vacuum (unplug base station also) and try to ping it that should let you know if this is the device.
    alistair

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  • alistairalistair Member, Beta Tester Posts: 6
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    That would certainly do it. Thanks
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  • rootedrooted Gulf Coast, USModerator Posts: 803
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    If you name the device in Fing it will help with future detection as this information is community sourced.

  • alistairalistair Member, Beta Tester Posts: 6
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    I typically do name devices as I ID them.
    rooted
  • rootedrooted Gulf Coast, USModerator Posts: 803
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    Thank you for doing so.

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