Feature Request: Bandwidth Monitor
With Comcast and others adding bandwidth caps id love to get internal alerts since Comcast numbers are so out of whack.
I’m sorry bu eero will never be able to do it. With their current platform So stop asking.. their current systems do not have the proper hardware (memory storage) and processing power required. You need to be able to filter and measure TCP traffic . Not possible. Look for a router that will support DD-WRT.. (Google it or DuckDuck Go It) this software will allow you to monitor everything from data usage to who is using your data. Good Luck!
Well, I had hopes but it looks like it didn't happen. I had hoped that we'd see some type of bandwidth monitoring with the new eero Pro 6. But it doesn't appear to have been addressed. I don't understand eero. This request was out way before design of their latest offering was ever started. Yet knowing this, they proceeded to engineer, design, develop, and produce a product without this critical functionality. They've got to believe this isn't important. Well, I'm just going to repurchase the Asus Zenwifi XT8 and be done with eero. Too bad because I really loved the reliability and design of their system. But if they don't care to listen, then I don't care to persist in supporting their business.
Now I'm confused. I asked this question on Amazon and one guy said, "No, it's not there", but another guy said, "Yes, it is there.". This is what he wrote:
"Yes, it does. Probably with the software update. It's all marked "New" on my app. At the bottom of the android screen is a spiky line. Tap and the data usage will be exposed. It is staggeringly complete. Every device has down and up listed. And there are totals for the network."
Can somebody confirm this? Also, my question made it clear that I was after data over a time period (day/week/month), not a real time measurement. I don't know if he understood that or not.
I see I'm answer my own question. FINALLY! I just upgraded my firmware and viola! Houston, we have a launch! It's there! Per device data consumption! (though it costs $3/month to get access). Now I'll order the Pro 6 and see what kind of speed/coverage improvements I realize. This thread can finally be closed.
Wait...they finally deliver this feature and it costs money?!
- Status Implemented
- 2 mths agoLast active