Epsylon0's bandwidth monitor script

Discussion in 'Sveasoft Firmware' started by diamond, Jul 19, 2004.

  1. diamond

    diamond Network Guru Member

    Could someone possible post Epsylon0's bandwidth monitoring script (it's for satori, of course) if they have it in cache or from the sub forums? There was a lot of good information in that thread which I believe was at

    Additionally, if you're around James, would you giving someone a mirror to the free forums up until the closing point? Since it was more or less a central repository to your satori firmware, it would serve as a good reference for the free version of the firmware, at someone else's bandwidth cost.


  2. littlewhoo

    littlewhoo Network Guru Member

    Well, I'm currently working on an improved version of Epsylons Bandwith Logging script for Satori 4.0, which can display statistics for
    - WAN/Internet Up/Down Traffic
    - Internet traffic in current billing period
    - WLAN Up/Down Traffic
    - CPU load
    - memory usage
    - number of TCP/UDP connections
    - connected WLAN-clients
    - Reboots of the router
    - Uptime

    It's already running on my router without too much problems.
    See these pages for an example:

    (For a more compact display of the data and for compatibility with different PHP versions I had to replace the graphics (jgraph) with an HTML table display. At least for me it's more useful this way. But of course you can still add the jgraph stuff, if you want to.)

    I still have to do some bugfixing, until I can release this version of the script. At the moment I'm quite busy with my exams, but hopefully I will be able to post a more or less final version of the script on Saturday or Sunday.

  3. diamond

    diamond Network Guru Member

    router script

    That sounds great - I've gotten epsylon0's working right now; however, it didnt seem to like eth1 on my v2 with satori -- had to switch it to vlan1 since that was the only one that was bound to my external ip addy... I normally use cacti or mrtg for work related cisco stuff; however, the lack of SNMP makes that a little worse choice here. :) Given some more time to play I'd like to take a look at your modded script - I prefer the cutsey jgraph stuff to tables, but I'm used to a CEO looking at things wanting to look like there is a data trend there.

    Do you plan on posting your script when it is complete?
  4. littlewhoo

    littlewhoo Network Guru Member

    Re: router script

    As I have a v1.1 device, my script is using eth1 for monitoring Internet traffic and eth2 for monitoring WLANtraffic, too. But as you wrote, you'll just have to change eth1 to vlan1 and eth2 to eth1 to be able to use the script on v2 devices.

    Sure. As I stated above I'll probably post the script next Saturday or Sunday.

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