Desktop App or HTML Interface

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    James Tate

    BTW I've tried to create an android VM uder ESXi however it's not straight forward to do, so an HTML interface would probably be best as it's platform independant. 

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    James Tate

    I use the firewalla to monitor my home and home lab: 2 servers, 10 VM's and about 20 other devices including cisco and NAS.

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    Michael Jurado

    I agree, on the move the app is great, but at home id prefer to be able to manage my device via desktop, especially if i have to do any remediation i can't have phone in hand going back and forth

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    Brett Cothren

    It would be a great addition to tools already built into the mobile app!

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    Buni Rock

    Hi guys,

    at least you are lucky to own a smart phone and you can still configure firewalla. In my case, I had to wait for a friend to visit me in order to to so. I was really surprised to see that firewalla can be controlled only from a smart phone app.

    I am definitely in for this feature request.

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    Logan Case

    Also wondering if this will be an option in the future

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    Firewalla

    Definitely on our priority list ... due to the amount of work-related to this,  we need something to push forward.  

    we are a startup,  we don't have the resources to do everything.  And we often work on the feature that will feed us, so we can keep the product exciting for everyone. 

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    Michael Jurado

    @Firewalla is there a roadmap page where we can see what items are currently being worked on, whats up next, and what is future forecasted.
    Also for the funding have you considered a go fund me page, donation page, or Major product update pricing.

    I know you've discussed this before but not sure if there is a way we can see whats coming and how we can help you get there, all the while keeping up the community expectations (no subscriptions).

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    Firewalla

    @michael, to cover it, we are thinking of a pro package, just a one time fee for a set of features that majority of people don't care, but a few really really really really really really really cares about.    

    For the web page in particular, we do have a skeleton, and we even demo'ed that in CES.   The problem is, a demo ... is a demo.  Demo to a product usually is a long and painful process.  Let me ask my bosses and see I can post some screenshot here as tech porn. 

    We do have a roadmap, but ... unfortunately, it is not public.  It is for the protection of the company.  

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    Michael Jurado

    @Firewalla, I appreciate the response as always, its always good to have good communication with the community even those who would be willing to pay for the features that maybe not many think about, but all can benefit from in one way or another.

    A public roadmap of sure shot items or pipeline items, or even a uservoice site so that our community can vote and assist you in making features the masses would like to see may be helpful to start.

    I appreciate your response and keep looking forward to see what Firewalla does next.

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    Firewalla

    Please use the forums for such things.  And we do very often get our users together for complex features.   Please use the forums/community here for discussions.   

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