Wi-Fi monitor

From version KeeneticOS 3.9 (available in the Developer channel), there is now a page in the web interface for monitoring the utilization of the current radio channel.

NOTE: For information on installing KeeneticOS from the Developer channel, please refer to the 'Installing a Dev build of KeeneticOS' instructions. All questions about the Dev build are answered in the Keenetic Community developer forum.

The 'Wi-Fi monitor' page is located in the 'Status' menu. On the screen, you can monitor the current status and load of the Wi-Fi channel used by the device.

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The channel load colour indicates the strength of the interference. Cold colours represent relatively low levels of interference, and warm colours represent higher levels of interference in a given frequency range.

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When you press the 'Scan for networks' button, the router will scan the radio spectrum and provide detailed graphical information about the networks.

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