Has anyone tried to do that? I have a small apartment that I would like to monitor a few basic items, thermostat, door lock, door / window liners, motion sensors, leak detection and possibly a water stop. I understand that I should block some internet traffic to try to limit data usage. If I exceed the limit a lot … then I’ll have to look at a second router or wired internet connection. I’m looking at the netgear nighthawk cell router. I’d rather not use a separate router, but I understand that the WiFi range could be an issue. It should support the amount of devices I watch, as well as the speed I need. It would also be an interesting way to quantify how much data configured by HomeKit and IoT devices send … because there will be no other use. Has anyone tried this or thinks it won’t work?
HomeKit on a dedicated cellular hotspot?
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