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Is there a app or something that logs home Wi-Fi connection activity?

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I would like to know how long the Wi-Fi is up and when and how long it is offline.

posted Jan 10, 2018 by anonymous

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In most of the cases each service provider(ISP) has this type of application, check the following one may be helpful -

I hope I understood your requirement correctly if not please comment.

answer Jan 10, 2018 by Salil Agrawal
It's close but doesn't seem quite what I am looking for. I would like a log of connected and disconnected signal with dates and times. This is useful for me especially at night when I wont be awake to check but be able to see the night status. Reason, our home alarm is connected to our internet, I suspect my teen sneaking out and if there's no internet I have no idea. Hope that makes sense and helps understand.
Check one from google

Never used myself but this is written in the explanation
• Add a network manager who can help you monitor your Wi-Fi
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