A cool feature that we get on these latest routers is that we are able to see and keep a track of all the devices that are connected on the Wi-Fi network. This doesn’t only let you know all the devices that are connected on the network, but also enables you to keep a track of bandwidth, network resources usage and a lot more.
You can also choose which device you intend on keeping to use on the network, and which device to block. Yet, if you are seeing a suspicious device such as Full_giza Computer, that might be a bit worrisome for you. A few things that you need to know about it are:
Full_giza Computer On My Network
Amazon Fire Tablet
Most of the users reported that Full_giza Mac matches the MAC Address on their Fire Tablets and it is somehow the default name of the Wi-Fi module that is being used on some models of the Amazon Fire Tablets.
So, if you have one of these tablets around the place, and you are seeing such device being connected on the network, you will need to ensure that you are cross checking the MAC Address of Full_giza that you are seeing on your network with the Fire Tablet and that will most of the times be sorting out the problem for you.
Window 10 Chip
Another common scenario that you might come across if you are seeing it connected on your network is the possibility that it might be caused because you are on the Windows 10 and this can be shown on different devices as the default name.
There is some sort of chip on Win 10 versions that will name Full_giza, the devices that you have connected on the network, irrespective of the manufacturer for the particular device. So, you will need to be a bit more careful about it if you are using Windows 10 and you will need to check on the devices rather thoroughly to ensure that it is one of your devices and not something that might be connected on your network unauthorized.
Cross Check the MAC
The best way to be sure about it is to make a list of all the devices that you are using on your Wi-Fi network along with their MAC Addresses.
This is going to help you out perfectly in ensuring that you can cross check the MAC address of the suspicious device with all the devices that you have deliberately connected on your network. This will simply be helping you out perfectly to make sure that you don’t have some unauthorized device connected on your network.
If that sounds like too much hassle for you, you can simply block the Full_giza device from your router and see if any of your devices loses the internet access. If one of your devices is not able to connect with the network after that, you can unblock the device. Or, if all the devices you have connected are working fine, you have nothing to lose and you can leave it like that.