The AVM FRITZ!Box Tools integration allows you to control your AVM FRITZ!Box based router.

There is support for the following platform types within Home Assistant:

  • Device tracker - presence detection by looking at connected devices.
  • Binary sensor - connectivity status.
  • Sensor - external IP address, uptime and network monitors.
  • Switch - call deflection, port forward, parental control and Wi-Fi networks.


Adding AVM FRITZ!Box Tools to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:

AVM FRITZ!Box Tools can be auto-discovered by Home Assistant. If an instance was found, it will be shown as “Discovered”, which you can select to set it up right away.

Manual configuration steps
TR-064 needs to be enabled in the FRITZ!Box network settings for Home Assistant to login and read device info.


The configuration in the UI asks for a username. Starting from FRITZ!OS 7.24 the FRITZ!Box creates a random username for the admin user if you didn’t set one yourself. This can be found after logging into the FRITZ!Box and visiting System -> FRITZ!Box Users -> Users. The username starts with fritz followed by four random numbers. Under properties on the right it says created automatically. Prior to FRITZ!OS 7.24 the default username was admin.


Currently supported services are Platform specific:

  • fritz.reconnect
  • fritz.reboot

Platform Services

Service fritz.reboot

Reboot the router.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id no Only act on a specific router

Service fritz.reconnect

Disconnect and reconnect the router to the Internet. If you have a dynamic IP address, most likely it will change.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id no Only act on a specific router

Integration Options

It is possible to change some behaviors through the integration options. These can be changed at AVM FRITZ!Box Tools -> Configure on the Integrations page.

  • Consider home: Number of seconds that must elapse before considering a disconnected device “not at home”.

Additional info

Parental control

Parental control switches can be used to enable and disable internet access of individual devices. If a device has internet access it will be enabled, otherwise it will be disabled. You can also find the current blocking state of the individual devices in the UI of the FRITZ!Box under Internet -> Filters -> Parental Controls -> Device Block

Parental control switches are designed for advanced users, thus they are disabled by default. You need to enable the wanted entities manually.

Device Tracker

Note 1: All devices to be tracked, even the new detected, are disabled by default. You need to enable the wanted entities manually.

Note 2: If you don’t want to automatically track newly detected devices, disable the integration system option Enable new added entities.

Port Forward

Due to security reasons, AVM implemented the ability to enable/disable a port forward rule only from the host involved in the rule. As a result, this integration will create entities only for rules that have your Home Assistant host as a destination.

Note 1: On your FRITZ!Box, enable the setting Permit independent port sharing for this device for the device which runs HA (Internet -> Permit Access -> <Name of HA device>)

Note 2: Only works if you have a dedicated IPv4 address (it won’t work with DS-Lite)

Example Automations and Scripts

Script: Reconnect / get new IP

The following script can be used to easily add a reconnect button to your UI. If you want to reboot your FRITZ!Box, you can use fritz.reboot instead.

  alias: "Reconnect FRITZ!Box"
    - service: fritz.reconnect
        entity_id: binary_sensor.fritzbox_7530_connection

Automation: Reconnect / get new IP every night

- alias: "System - Reconnect FRITZ!Box"
    - platform: time
      at: "05:00:00"
    - service: fritz.reconnect
        entity_id: binary_sensor.fritzbox_7530_connection

Automation: Phone notification with Wi-fi credentials when guest Wi-fi is created

  - alias: "Guests Wi-fi Turned On -> Send Password To Phone"
      - platform: state
        entity_id: switch.fritzbox_7530_wifi_myssid
        to: "on"
      - service: notify.notify
          title: "Guest Wi-Fi is enabled"
          message: "Password: ..."