So you’ve updated to firmware version 380.68 and now you’re missing the Parental Control and QoS tabs. Don’t despair, they’ve been moved. And I think you’ll like the improvement in the traffic analyzer and QoS options.
Traffic Analyzer / QOS
First, you have to go into Tools > Other Settings. Scroll down to ASUS Features, select toggle Enable BWDPI to Yes and click Apply Settings. Then reboot your router.
After rebooting, log back in and on the left menu column you should now see AiProtection, Adaptive QoS and Traffic Analyzer.
Notice the new bandwidth monitor? And better graphing per device. If you select the device icon (not the text name), you’ll get a dropdown showing each protocol currently using bandwidth.
Web History is also new. The QoS tab in this screen is where you set your limitations (if using B/W Limiter).
See the Highest, High, Medium, Default and Lowest? You can click and drag each priority category to the devices of your choice to prioritize traffic for Adaptive QoS. See Asus article on Adaptive QoS here.
Now click on Traffic Analyzer in the menu column, you’ll see the good old Traffic Monitor graph from firmwares past, but click the Statistic tab at the top.
You’ll see the top 5 bandwidth usage devices below the graph, and you can select a category (or App) to view all devices using bandwidth under the same the same. (How many kids are watching YouTube or Netflix at once!?)
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And you can choose to display by devices or by Apps (category) along with by date, daily, weekly or monthly views.