I get two alerts from Glasswire that appear to be information only though they would indicate a problem, but for which I can’t determine an explanation.
1- On my main Glasswire client, two or three times a day, I get the alert that “Internet access changed – internet connection was lost” as shown here (the Graph screen shot below also shows that warning). But there is no corresponding notice of any reconnection and at no time can I find that my internet connection was ever actually lost. The alert contains no information to define this “loss”. And the remotely connected machine shows no such alert during the same time period (see the last two screen captures).
2- My remote connected machine (Sony), will often show the alert “Glasswire client connection – Glasswire remote client disconnection” at apparently random times. Some time later an alert show reconnection. But again there is no further explanation and there is no indication of a disconnection that shows on my main Glasswire client. From examining the two graphs, it does appear that my main client was active during the time of the two connection/disconnections at 6:44 through 7:54 and I may have switched my main client to look at the remote server. Is that the explanation? However, if that is true, then there is no corresponding disconnection following the 10:25am alert when I know I checked the remote server and have now returned to my main client.
I’m just trying to understand where there apparently “specious” alerts come from. There does not appear to be a problem. BTW, in Usage Options, I have all alerts active except the camera and mic monitor.