When doing a network scan I found evidence of 3 Ring devices on my network?

One is active, which is good because I have one. The others have different MAC addresses and rather recently shown on the network. 

IP Address
192.168.1.205
MAC Address
F4:B8:5E:7E:17:9E [Texas Instruments]
Hostname
F4B85E7E179E-mysimplelink
First seen
Mar 29, 6:48 PM
Last change
Mar 29, 10:01 PM
and
IP Address
192.168.1.171
MAC Address
38:81:D7:08:15:3D [Texas Instruments]
Hostname
Ring-08153d
First seen
Mar 28, 4:51 PM
Last change
10 Fri, 4:52 P

Should I be worried?

Answers

  • MarcMarc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 1,823
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    @Fish17 , do you have any other Amazon devices?  Check those MAC addresses against them.  Fing might be mixing same vendor devices up.  

    If you don't have other amazon devices, Fing still could be mixing them up and way to determine would be to first see if they are still active by using Fing to ping them, then remove your devices one at a time from the network to see which is associated with it.
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