Ring Doorbell 2: Should Fing app (no Fingbox) recognize/ID this device?

Fing1Fing1 Member, Beta Tester Posts: 3
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Fing sees device. “Generic 10.0.1.4”—assume it is Ring as it is only active unidentified device. 
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  • Fing1Fing1 Member, Beta Tester Posts: 3
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    Thanks, Violet! 12.4.1 (iPad) & 13.1.2 (iPhone). Alas! So..Fing is developing OS versions? Not planning on updating to macOS Catalina immediately, but as soon as I figure out more about supported (or not) existing apps... And bugs!
    Thx again. 
  • VioletChepilVioletChepil London, UKMember Posts: 2,471
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    Oh for iOS is iOS 11 + and that results in ARP table blocking and we identify devices as best we can without MAC address access.
    Ok if you keep watch on the community and specifically this category, we'll be updating everyone when the beta testing will start. 
    https://community.fing.com/categories/announcements

    Community Manager at Fing

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