I've just released my first Splunk Application called Home Monitor. It basically runs on core Splunk and gives you some nice dashbaords, reports and views about the traffic going through your home network. The application relies on syslog data that is being tracked by your home router. This data is then sent into your Splunk instance and you can then see what's happening in your network.
Here are the step by step instructions on how to setup your Verizon FiOS router and Splunk. Here's the link http://amiracle19.blogspot.com/p/setting-up-verizon-fios-router-for-home.html .
This latest release has some new pages and dashboards designed to allow you better insight into your home router configurations. The page "Router Configuration" lets you know if any changes have occurred in the last 30 and 7 days along with a real time check to alert you to change currently happening.
The duration and traffic trends pages give you an insight into what kind of traffic is being brought into your network and which clients are being too chatty. The Duration page gives you break down by exploitable ports which you might want to guard against. Lastly, the same duration page lets you know if any of your machines have been compromised since most desktops should not be connecting for longer than a few seconds or minutes to outside sources.
I have not tested this on the new Verizon FiOS "N" Router but I plan on trying to get access to one soon.
Here is the link to the youtube video showing you how to install and use the app : http://youtu.be/pgJ4dtIn5wo . Let me know if you have any questions about the video.