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How to check address IP and address MAC for FIBARO devices


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Hi !!!

 

I am curies how to check address IP and address MAC for FIBARO devices on my router?? I need to know how to do it, because  I wanted to create the list of my network devices in my home network and assigned name devices to Mac address nad IP address. My devices are single switch and wall plug. This devices are working with HomeKit

Is it possible??

 

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14 minutes ago, Modelos said:

Hi !!!

 

I am curies how to check address IP and address MAC for FIBARO devices on my router?? I need to know how to do it, because  I wanted to create the list of my network devices in my home network and assigned name devices to Mac address nad IP address. My devices are single switch and wall plug. This devices are working with HomeKit

Is it possible??

 

 

Well. I am not sure if i understand you correct. But you want to know the IP adress of your Zwave devices ?

 

 

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Maybe you can use this.

 

Or with,

 

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Actually a lot of results on google....

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Go to your router web console and check all associated ip addresses to your network devices. Refer to the manual of your router how to do that.

 

As for HomeKit devices like Fibaro Switch etc  - those are not wi-fi devices and they don't show up there. They don't have any ip because they don't work that way like a regular wifi device. They don't even use wifi frequencies - they use Bluetooth LE to connect to each other and the hub. Please refer to the manuals for more information - 

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Very simple, just use that

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  • thx @cag014 but I do not use home center. I only use HomePod mini as my HomeKit center. Is it oder possibilities to correlate between address and device??

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    Nope, you need to search that on your router.

    Since HomePod is amazon product,  I do believe you can find the MAC address in HomePod settings... (like in Alexa)

    By having MAC it will be much easier to find the IP address on the router

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