Google Wifi

The google_wifi sensor platform is displaying the exposed status of a Google Wifi (or OnHub) router.

The sensor is able to report network status, up-time, current IP address, and firmware versions.

To enable this sensor, add the following lines to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
  - platform: google_wifi

Configuration variables:

  • host (Optional): The address to retrieve status from the router. Defaults to (other options include and your router’s IP such as
  • name (Optional): Name to give the Google Wifi sensor. Defaults to google_wifi.
  • monitored_conditions array (Optional): Defines the data to monitor as sensors. Defaults to all of the listed options below.
    • current_version: Current firmware version of the router.
    • new_version: Latest available firmware version. If router is up-to-date, this value defaults to Latest.
    • uptime: Days since router has been turned on.
    • last_restart: Date of last restart. Format is YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:SS.
    • local_ip: Local public IP address.
    • status: Reports whether the router is or is not connected to the internet.