NOTE: There is a bit of geek-speak ahead here. If you are reading this and none of it makes any sense, it's very likely that it doesn't apply to your home Wi-Fi. These configurations are not common for typical home Wi-Fi networks. If an IT professional helped setup your network, please consult with them if you have any concerns related to your setup.
How many networks can the Circle device manage at a time?
While the Circle device can manage your 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and Ethernet connected devices, it can only manage one network segment at a time. That means if your router has segmented your network into different "subnets" or VLANs, including guest networks, your Circle device will only be able to manage one of them. We suggest password protecting your various network segments, and making sure that your family member's devices only have access to the segment your Circle device is paired with.
How can I make sure Circle is monitoring my whole network?
If you've got multiple VLANs or subnets set up in your home network you'll need to remove those to make sure Circle is managing them. When using Circle we recommend letting your router perform DHCP duties, not separating off any devices in VLANs that you want Circle to manage, and to make sure if you have multiple routers that only one of them is actually doing routing by putting the first in bridge mode or the second in AP mode. See our advanced network guide for more info!