So I have added quite a lot of “stuff” to my home network, and I have decided to document it. I have identified everything but three devices, and they all appear to be Ring devices:
I have a Fing network monitoring appliance, and it telling me that the device with MAC address 8C:8B:B3:DF:B5:63 is a Ring/Doorbell. I am running a Ubiquity UniFi network, and it has already identified my doorbeall as MAC address e0:4f:43:11:13:87. UniFi is telling me that MAC address 8C:8B:B3:DF:B5:63 is a Texas Instruments device.
I am also seeing a second MAC address at 58:7A:62:4C:EC:3B that Fing says is a Ring/Doorbell, but UniFi says it is also a Texas Instruments device. I only have one Ring Doorbell, but I do have a lot of other Ring devices like floodlight cams, path lights, step lights, extenders, chimes, alarm, etc.
The third unknown device has UniFi calling it Ring-405963, while Fing is saying it is an OpenWrt device. It has a MAC address of: 9C:43:1E:40:59:63. I was hoping a Ring employee would see this post and answer if they have an internal database that they could look up the MAC addresses and tell me what these devices actually are?