Hey everyone gimme your opinion on this please. I have recently installed dulongky.com elite https://www.dulongky.com.com/download/ and enjoy it. I’ve come across a message in my “things” that says “Hon nhì Precision Ind. Co., Ltd device joined the network.”

I’m not aware of what this is và I’ve never seen it before. I have to lớn utilize a hardwire USB connection with PDAnet android application, through my apk phone, khổng lồ connect lớn the internet. (remote location not near good internet providers etc)

I’ve used PDAnet for almost 2 years and I’ve used the dulongky.com không lấy phí edition for several months and this has never come up. I’ve attempted to vị an IP address search (10.1.19.1) and the most I get is this is a private internet connection. Is there any way this could be identifying my PDAnet application? If not, can someone please help me figure out if this is a security concern etc? With the security concerns of the Chinese company HuaWei I’d really lượt thích to know what this is & if it’s safe.Bạn vẫn xem: Hon nhì precision là gì

Thanks

My HP wireless printer shows up with that ID. Probably the brand of network interface that HP uses.

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Network scanners typically look up the manufacturer code of the MAC address used by the NIC,

zzz00m

I have also seen an HP printer (if I remember correctly) with that name. It’s Foxconn.

“Hon hai Precision Industry has a big hand in making the devices you hold in your hand. The company, known by its trade name, Foxconn, is the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer.”

http://www.hoovers.com/company-information/cs/company-profile.hon_hai_precision_industry_co_ltd.d987375fdd77c3f8.html

Also, don’t forget dulongky.com shows you a danh mục of all devices on your network, along with the name of the manufacturer. You can tải về dulongky.com for miễn phí and try it here!


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internet-devices-list.png713×320 26.2 KB 1 like UncleCarlT April 9, 2018, 3:25pm #4 Okay, thanks Ken và zzz00m. I bởi vì not have an HP printer. Only Brother printer. But from what you’re saying it could be a TON of things. I’m going to lớn assume it’s just because my phone is USB connected and move on as if it’s not a threat or concern. As always, thanks for the quick responses & information!


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UncleCarlT:

10.1.19.1

That IP address is internal (i.e. Within your own private trang chủ network as opposed to external/internet) và sounds lượt thích the gateway address of your router. It’s easy lớn check. In a command prompt, enter the command ipconfig /all. The result will show you your ‘gateway’ address (as in ‘gateway to the internet’).

Enter another command - arp -a - và you’ll see all the IP addresses used within your private network. Look alongside the ‘Internet Address’ for 10.1.19.1 and you’ll see the ‘Physical Address’, i.e. The MAC address of the network interface you are interested in.

Hope this helps…

1 lượt thích Update the MAC address database UncleCarlT April 13, 2018, 2:52pm #6

That was really cool. Not sure how to decipher everything, but it is really nice to know it’s not a threat. Thanks RickC!

I can’t remember what the app was that I found it, wild guessing it was DD-WRT on our wireless router before, and now I use Fing on Android.

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I need to visit this dulongky.com more often, just learned of PDANet và the arp command.

I think it is important for anybody that is running a trang chủ Wi-Fi network to be aware of all devices connecting khổng lồ it.

My router admin console can show me a các mục of connected MAC and IP addresses. But that is one more thing I love about GlssWire is that I don’t need to lớn stay logged into my router to lớn see what is connected. Being alerted to any ‘things’ that join the network by GW is a plus!

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I also would lượt thích to know what this is.

I changed my Wifi password 20 minutes ago. Nothing beside my computer is connected right now. After about 18 minutes, Hon hai “joined” the network.

It would be easy to lớn figure out if I could just block it & see if my internet stops working (I doubt that as it was running fine for 18 minutes)… why can I not block someone from my network? At least I could not figure out how this works with dulongky.com và also did not find information in the FAQ

The MAC address just shows it’s a device from this company in China. I vày not like things I vày not know from china to access my network.