Wi-Fi history does not automatically reset every month.
Check your router and its manual to see how long the default setting is for storing system logs or IP addresses. It can range from hours to weeks or even months, depending on how frequently you use it.
Or is it deleted from existence? Your ISP's record of your network usage isn't in any way affected by you doing anything to your router. You can make it (nearly) impossible for your ISP to know what sites you're visiting by using Tor or similar.
The only history your router keeps is a list of devices that have connected to it. It doesn't maintain any history of the web pages you've visited or traffic aside from overall statistics. Nevertheless, any settings can be reached or erased by logging into the device itself or using the service provider's application.
Check router logs by logging into your router via the web browser and looking for a Logs or History setting. Router history only shows IP addresses of websites viewed, but it's a starting point. Some routers only display the device's history and how reliable it's been rather than anything specific about visited sites.
Can Parents See What I Search on WiFi? The answer is yes! All routers keep logs in order to store your WiFi history, and WiFi providers are able to check these logs and see your WiFi browsing history. WiFi admins can see all of your browsing history and even use a packet sniffer to intercept your private data.
Originally Answered: Can my WiFi router see what I searched on YouTube? Yes. All packets between you and YouTube necessarily pass through your router.
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