In previous email, I don't remember how many time ago I wrote that, I would
put a display and small keyboard connected to m0n0wall rs232 serial port.
I have played for a while with a LCD vt100 terminal built with a pic and
HD44780 display, also a micro keyboard. I wrote a small daemon which read
input from keyboard an issues some command to m0n0wall, the feature was very
simple: configuration of lan and wan interface; another feature was
bandwidth meeter, a kind of hash bard which give information about band
utilization on real time.
I stop to work out this because I have no time ... Too busy with my work.
Link below sow a serial term built with a pic
I would pleased to develop something and propose my ideas ... :>
On 4-11-2004 1:11, "Andrew "Silver Blade" Greenwood"
<lists at silverblade dot co dot uk> wrote:
> Further to my previous message regarding custom hacks for m0n0wall to
> provide information, I found this on eBay:
> I'm toying with the idea of getting one and one of those Compaq SFF
> systems to use m0n0wall with.
> Question is, what sort of information could be displayed that is useful?
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