The LEDs for 2.4G & 5G are on when WiFi is started on the corresponding band. The LED blinks when there’s network activity. Same goes with the Globe (for Internet). It blinks when there’s network activity. It may also blink when WAN down, as the router is trying to get an IP address from the ISP.
Router management UI is available in HTTPS as well as HTTP (using a self-signed cert, you’ll get a warning the first time). We kept HTTP open for convenience to the user.
When a page is blocked, the router tries to display a “blocked” page. This works if the accessed page is in HTTP. For pages blocked over HTTPS, the router still tries to send the “blocked” page. But since the router does not have the right SSL cert for the requested web site, your browser will either deny the page or show a SSL cert warning.
@moral That is the correct behavior. When you turn on client isolation, it is turned on for the VLAN, which may encompass both WiFi bands and wired connections. Maybe the UI should be updated to auto-check client isolation on the other band when it is checked for one band.
@bashdashovi There’s probably something else then. We didn’t have any problems with calendars keep blocking when they’re supposed to be back on. The last update did not touch the Access Control functions either.
@bashdashovi Is Ad blocking enabled on the profile? If so, check the Internet logs for which domains required by Echo was blocked as Ad. Post those domains here and we’ll remove those from the ad blocking list.
As an immediate test, you can create a separate profile for the Echo devices and disable Ad blocking for the profile.