On Aug 6, 2017, at 11:55 AM, rmead...@gmail.com <mailto:rmead...@gmail.com> 
wrote:

> Here's a screen shot of mine from this iPhone.
> 
> I am assuming the 1st one is the router and 2nd is my iPhone.
> 
> And the others are?
> 
> I entered those addresses in Safari and it just spins, then eventually say 
> safari can't open page.  What's up with that?

It’s lot likely they are running a Web server. The addresses of the form 
192.168.*.* are the addresses of devices on your local network—probably inside 
your house.

You can identify the manufacturer of most devices by grabbing the MAC number 
and going to a Web page such as

<http://www.techzoom.net/tools/CheckMacAddress?input=18-ee-69-9e-3d-80%0D%0A&command=Lookup&output=%23+Tab+separated+list%0D%0AMAC-Addr%09%09IP-Addr%09Vendor%0D%0A18-EE-69-9E-3D-08%09%09%09%2C+%0D%0A
 
<http://www.techzoom.net/tools/CheckMacAddress?input=18-ee-69-9e-3d-80%0D%0A&command=Lookup&output=%23+Tab+separated+list%0D%0AMAC-Addr%09%09IP-Addr%09Vendor%0D%0A18-EE-69-9E-3D-08%09%09%09%2C+%0D%0A>>

L^2

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‌Lee Larson‌
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cannot post “Thou shalt not steal,” “Thou shalt not commit adultery,” and “Thou 
shalt not lie” in a building full of lawyers, judges, and politicians. It 
creates a hostile work environment. ‌— George Carlin
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