The Device Level Device Reports section gives access to a detailed overview of client devices that have connected to the router.
The report is divided in several sections.
Tables in the reports can be sorted by different priorities by clicking the Title and arrows in the table header.
By default, a time period of the last 7 days is selected, this can be changed in the top of the page to a daily, monthly or custom time period.
The summary shows the sum and average amount of daily clients that used bandwidth.
It also shows the total usage of all clients for the selected time period and the average daily per client data usage.
The image below shows a chart showing Internet and Device Availability in the selected time period.
Internet availability Total amount of InControl online time of the device in the day / Total uptime of the device for a specific day
Device availability Total uptime of the device in a specific day / 24 hours
Top Clients by usage
Table showing the client’s bandwidth usage within the selected period.
|Upload||Upload bandwidth usage|
|Download||Download bandwidth usage|
|Total||Total bandwidth usage|
|% Usage||%usage calculated by total bandwidth used in a group|
* The clients name is the client’s Mac address by default with the assigned IP address in brackets.
The Clients Name links to a page with detailed information about that individual client.
Top Client Device Manufacturers
|Manufacturer||Manufacturer name based on MAC address|
|# Clients||Number of clients of the same manufacturer|
|% Clients||Percentage of clients of the same manufacturer|
|Usage||Total bandwidth usage per manufacturer|
|% Usage||% usage per manufacturer|
This section contains a chart showing the connected clients with usage and connected Wi-Fi clients
Clients with usage represents the number of unique clients who have accessed the device and consumed data on each indicated date.
Connected Wi-Fi Clients represents the number of connected Wi-Fi clients only.
Ethernet clients are excluded.
Clicking on the bars for any date will open a chart displaying the connected client count figures for each hour. If a client was connected for multiple hours, the client will be counted once each hour. However, the client will be counted only once for the daily count. Clients are identified primarily by MAC address, and then by IP address.