I’m unsure how to best set up KoalaSafe to manage adult guests in our home. It seems my choices are:
- give adults the password to our “real” wifi network (not ideal: my kids are likely within earshot)
- give them access to our “default” Koala network with parent-mode enabled (not ideal: I really don’t want to log what my adult guests do while online)
I’m also not entirely clear as to what will happen when a child visitor comes to our home with their own device. If I have the default Koala profile set to parent mode, and my kids know the password to the Koala network…
- Will the child-guest’s device be automatically added to the default Koala profile (and thus be in parent mode)?
- Will my own kids be able to do something to make their device “forget” the Koala network, then re-join under the default (parent mode) profile?
Is there a better way to set up the default profile? (Is it a poor choice to enable parent-mode on that profile by default?)