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Espressi-AF36 and AmazonTe-7773

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Espressi-AF36 and AmazonTe-7773

The above devices just showed up on my iphone as connected to my XFI home network.  What are they and should I work to delete them?

 

Rfrost_1

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Re: Espressi-AF36 and AmazonTe-7773

No way for us to know from here, as we don't have access to your network.

You'd have to take stock of all your connected devices, identify their MAC IDs and IP addresses, and compare them to the unknown devices. 


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Re: Espressi-AF36 and AmazonTe-7773


@Rfrostlawyer wrote:

The above devices just showed up on my iphone as connected to my XFI home network.  What are they and should I work to delete them?

 

Rfrost_1


Any chance you have a Dell Inspiron 7773?


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And do you have any Espreesif WiFi IoT / Smart Home / Smart Plug devices ?



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Re: Espressi-AF36 and AmazonTe-7773

In my case when I got a notification that a AmazonTe-0BF5 connected to my home network for the first time at 4:33am, I first found this thread which didn't help much then I realized my one Amazon device is my Kindle. I was able to determine that it was the correct device by using the xFi app and putting the Kindle in airplane mode. Restarting the xFi app then showed the AmazonTe-0BF5 was no longer connected. The only puzzle is why the notification said this was the first time it connected since I've used it on my network for years.
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@GMW14 wrote:
The only puzzle is why the notification said this was the first time it connected since I've used it on my network for years.

It's likely because your gateway device had just recently received the firmware update that contains the advanced security app.



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Dead thread from last year now being closed.



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