What network type is "Others"?

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When I retrieve information about the participants in a meeting, I see network types of Wired, WiFi, and Others. I know about the first two, but am wondering about Others.

Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?

Which Endpoint/s?

How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

         'https://api.zoom.us/v2/metrics/meetings/'<meeting_id>'/participants?type=past' \
         --header 'Authorization: Bearer '"<auth>" 


      "id": "<id_string>",
      "user_id": "<user_id>",
      "user_name": "attendee",
      "device": "Unknown",
      "ip_address": "<ip_address>",
      "location": "City (US)",
      "network_type": "Others",
      "data_center": "United States",
      "connection_type": "UDP",
      "join_time": "2021-06-16T12:51:03Z",
      "leave_time": "2021-06-16T13:43:27Z",
      "share_application": false,
      "share_desktop": false,
      "share_whiteboard": false,
      "recording": false,
      "pc_name": "attendee's MacBook Pro",
      "domain": "",
      "mac_addr": "",
      "harddisk_id": "",
      "version": "",
      "leave_reason": "attendee left the meeting.<br>Reason: left the meeting.",
      "status": "in_meeting",
      "customer_key": ""

Hi @Hakkarainen,

Thanks for reaching out about this, and good question. I’m working on getting some more information on this for you, and I’ll follow up shortly.


I have the same question. I see that the in-network type says others and in connection type can be SSL, UDP, or is in blank. But the important question is what other means.

Thanks for the feedback @vanemb8. We are working on adding additional details to our documentation. :slight_smile:

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