Limit duration of access for unassigned devices
If this feature isn't already possible, I would like to request the ability to limit the amount of time that an unnamed/unassigned device can access the network. This feature, which could be enabled or disabled, would allow new devices to connect to the network for a set amount of time (amount of time defined by the network administrator) before being booted.
What problem would this solve? I am trying to limit my children's access to the wi-fi during resting hours. Like any good 14-year old, my son found the "Random Hardware Addresses" option on his Windows 10 laptop. This effectively presents a new MAC address each time the computer connects to the network. This "new" device can connect to the eero and run free on the network until I notice/block it. And after blocking it, it can soon reappear with yet another MAC address.
Please provide tools to manage this.