Good afternoon! As is developed this bunch of scripts and in case that anybody is interested in: Here are custom logging/Monitoring Webpages for Tomato (mine is shibby mod). Currently supported: Syslog Webpage ("Custom_" prefix e.g. set for adblock script, Dnsmasq, syslog-ng) IPTables (WAN IPv6, TCP, UDP, DMZ (br1)) Temp/CPU load/Memory usage Needed for: *rrdtools *syslog-ng (to Redirect log Output for iptables and dnsmasq) I will attach my syslog-ng.conf (can be installed via Opt/Entware For running perl based cgi files you will Need: Code: opkg install coreutils \ coreutils-timeout \ findutils \ ldconfig \ libart \ libbz2 \ libc \ libfreetype \ libgcc \ libncurses \ libol \ libpcap \ libpng \ libpthread \ librrd \ librt \ libstdcpp \ perl \ perlbase-autoloader \ perlbase-base \ perlbase-file \ perlbase-cgi \ perlbase-config \ perlbase-essential \ perlbase-getopt \ perlbase-cwd \ rrdtool \ syslog-ng \ terminfo \ uclibc-opt \ zlib For rrd databases (storing the temp/mem/cpu load Infos) run the createrrds.sh in rrd.zip !Attention! My path for all custom scripts/rrdfiles is /mnt/DATA/scripts For collecting data i created These sheduled Tasks (included in rrd.zip) sh /mnt/DATA/scripts/rrd/cpul.sh sh /mnt/DATA/scripts/rrd/mem.sh sh /mnt/DATA/scripts/rrd/temp.sh eth2 !Attention! specify on temp.sh the wifi Interface that is currently online. eth1 or eth2 for 5Ghz. Tested only on RT/AC66/68U Last: the cgi files itself in monitoring.zip You can edit them and Change the <title>[Primary]... info if you want to I stored them in /mnt/DATA/WWW/monitoring and created a start up script (under Administration): Note: There might be issues with iptables page to properly Display entries. I attached a second ipt2.js you can try Code: #Monitoring WWW Link rm /tmp/var/wwwext/cgi-bin -R ln -s /mnt/DATA/www/monitoring /tmp/var/wwwext/cgi-bin after install the pages can be accessed by: http://routerip/ext/cgi-bin/syslog.cgi e.g. If anybody is interested i can create a more detailed HowTo/manuel. This was intended just for share. Any Input is appreciated!