Iris Hub Bandwidth Usage Change
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Hmmm... maybe, but if this were the case you would think they would be all over communicating this advancement.  On the other hand I forgot who we're dealing with, they have never been very good at communicating things in the past.

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Yep, my google wifi points have been pretty accurate for reporting throughput by device.  Not sure what was happening on the backend from March 14th to the 20th, but from my previous graph it's obvious they were pulling down a lot more data than normal during this time period.

With 165 devices on my system this is what an average day looks like now.

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Yep, my google wifi points have been pretty accurate for reporting throughput by device.  Not sure what was happening on the backend from March 14th to the 20th, but from my previous graph it's obvious they were pulling down a lot more data than normal during this time period.
With 165 devices on my system this is what an average day looks like now.
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Vettester, I also have Google Wifi. How are you seeing Iris Hub traffic? Is your hub directly or indirectly hardwired to your main node?


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I have a network switch connected to my primary wifi point and my Iris hub is is connected to the switch along with my cable modem and multiple IP cameras.  To see usage go into the Google WiFi app and click on devices from the main screen.  Then from the devices page you can select the device you want.  Once you've selected the device you have a usage tab and a details tab.  Your usage defaults to real-time, but if you touch on where it says real-time you have the option of choosing between real-time, 1 day, 7 days, 30 days or 60 days.

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