[APP][Pro] Asus WRT

Control your home network and keep track of connected devices.

Monitor your realtime internet speed, total transmitted data, connection and router status.

Testing new versions:

ASUS WRT app should support the following routers

  • All ZenWiFi line up
  • All 802.11ax line up
  • All ROG Rapture line up
  • All TUF Gaming line up
  • Selected DSL routers
  • Lyra/Lyra mini/Lyra Trio/Lyra Voice (needs to be at least 3.0.0.4.384 version)
  • Blue Cave
  • RT-AC5300
  • RT-AC3100
  • RT-AC88U
  • RT-AC3200
  • RT-AC2900
  • RT-AC2600
  • RT-AC2400
  • RT-AC2200
  • RT-AC87U/R
  • RT-AC86U
  • RT-AC85U
  • RT-AC85P
  • RT-AC65P
  • RT-AC57U
  • RT-AC68U/R/P/W/UF
  • RT-AC65U
  • RT-AC1900
  • RT-AC1900P/U
  • RT-AC1750
  • RT-AC1750 B1
  • RT-AC66U/R/W
  • RT-AC66U B1
  • RT-AC66U+
  • RT-AC1300UHP/ G+
  • RT-AC1200
  • RT-AC1200G/HP/G+/ E/ GU
  • RT-AC58U
  • RT-AC56U/R/S
  • RT-AC55U
  • RT-AC55UHP
  • RT-AC53
  • RT-AC52U B1
  • RT-AC51U/ U+
  • RT-ACRH17
  • RT-ACRH13
  • RT-N66U/R/W/C1
  • RT-N18U
  • RT-N19
  • RT-N14UHP
  • RT-N12E B1/C1
  • RT-N12HP B1
  • RT-N12VP B1
  • RT-N12+ B1
  • RT-N12D1
  • 4G-AC53U
  • 4G-AC68U
    *ASUS WRT App does not support the following models:
    DSL-AC88U, DSL-AC88U-B, DSL-AC3100, DSL-AC87VG, DSL-AC68VG, DSL-N55U_A1, DSL-N55U_B1, DSL-N10_B1, DSL_N12U_B1, DSL-N10S_B, DSL-N10S

Changelog

  • v1.0.5
    Attempt to leviate unexpected connection issue errors

  • v1.0.4
    Initial release

Planned

  • most actions available throught the Asus WRT iOS and Android apps

Source code

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Iets voor jou
Looks useful @Henk_Renting ?

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Installing right now!
Thx for the tip, @Peter_Kawa!

And @SlicingHaunt for developing of course!
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Using the app for a few days now, again: thanks for developing this!
User presence is already working great!

This is what I see when I add my ZenWiFi XT8 set, which I use as access point:


My WAN is not connected (only as wired backhaul), so a lot of stats are not used. Is there a way of hiding these? Or perhaps make other stats available that are useful when using a router solely as access point? I suppose there are a lot of people that use their Asus that way.
And may I suggest displaying the uptime in hours or days or so? Just seconds gest a number that doesn’t tell me a lot, without recalculating os to hours or days… :slight_smile:

Again: thanks for your effort. The above is only meant to make the app (even) better! :slight_smile: slight_smile:

Bought you a :beer: !

Ran into this minor problem when pairing.