|Is there a way to determine which websites are accessed by which devices on the network? This should be something that this product should do…How can i find this option and see the history, usage and web access each device is using ? Thanks.
GlassWire only monitors devices that it is installed on.
Your question has been asked before so the response from the GlassWire team will be much like the following:
Many of us users would like full network monitoring but we primarily get GlassWire for the application monitoring which is why GlassWire needs to be installed on every device you want to monitor.
Thanks for trying GlassWire. Unfortunately GlassWire cannot track your entire network because that would mean it would need to interface with your router.
However many people world-wide use GlassWire to stay under their ISP and mobile data limits. The reason people use GlassWire to stay under their data limits is because in most cases PCs are responsible for data overages and GlassWire can show you in detail what apps/hosts are responsible for using your data. You can then block those apps with our firewall, or just uninstall them.
We also have an Android app https://www.glasswire.com/glasswire-for-android/ that also focuses on data usage, and can show data usage for WiFi and mobile.
GlassWire also has a “Things” list that shows all the IOT (Things) on your network. It can alert you when a new unknown device joins and starts wasting your data.
We also have this useful guide for checking data usage under many different circumstances.
Ken thanks for the response. I have already purchased glasswire, but looking for something that can interface with the router to see what websites are being accessed with a DUAL WAN setup, but it appears that glasswire doesn’t have this functionality. Could you let me know what you would try to supplement glasswire, because i do like the product.
I don’t know of anything that does that, especially now that most websites are https. Firefox now has DNSSec on by default also.
If you do create such a system it will most likely give errors on browsers saying the connection is intercepted.