Fing see who is connected to your network

Fing: If you have access to the control panel of your router, you can see which devices are connected to the network. Of course, this access is rarely available to everyone on the network. Only certain users have access, even if you are at home, let alone on your work computer.


The reason is simple. You can change a lot through the online admin of your router and so it should not be open to everyone.

So if you do not have access to the router control panel, but want to see all the devices connected to the network, you can use Fing.

Download it application Fing και τοποθετήστε τη στην επιφάνεια εργασίας σας. Θα πρέπει να συνδεθείτε στην εφαρμογή και για να το κάνετε αυτό, θα πρέπει να δημιουργήσετε ένα στον ιστότοπο της Fing. Ο λογαριασμός είναι δωρεάν και σας δίνεται η επιλογή να χρησιμοποιήσετε το or Google to sign up.

When Fing is installed it performs a check on your network without the need for administrative access to the router to complete these checks.

Στην καρτέλα Συνδεσιμότητα (Connectivity) κάντε στο κουμπί Scan for devices κάτω από το όνομα του δικτύου.

The scan takes a second and the list you receive will show each device by type, ie phone, desktop, tablet, router, access points, printers, etc. It will also show you what operating system each device is running.

If you click on one of the displayed devices, you will see when it was last on the internet, the MAC address and the IP address.

Inside the Fing, you can give names to these devices, for example, you can give a name that indicates who owns the device. This will make it very easy for you to see when an unauthorized device is on your network. The specific it's especially useful if you have multiple Android devices on the network that don't allow users to set a device name. The they can have a device name, to make them easier to find.

Download the application

As for blocking a device from the network, this is beyond the capabilities of Fing. You can only lock a device from your router's control panel.

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