I put on a different pair of glasses (Bee goggles?) and connected the new router.
Really sweet interface but you do have to go through the menu choices carefully.
I opted to not enable the Sync and Remote Access features:
It just opens up to many back doors to suit my taste.
Nor did I enable any of the "AiProtection" features because they access data bases in real-time. I may enable later just to gauge the performance hit and data usage.
These features could also be source of "missing data" as they wouldn't show up in Glasswire or any other monitoring software. It will be interesting to see how this work out and if the Traffic Monitor recognizes the router itself as a "client" consuming data.
Different traffic analysis displays:
By application per device:
Definitely the tool to have for those that are missing data and are unwilling to breakdown their network.
As a test I enabled the following services:
Security Assesment: Done
Malicious site Blockingn
DNS Fiteringn: OpenDNS
Enabled at 2:37 PM
The router does list itself as a client in the list of devices: