On Thursday 01 of April 2004 06:45, Jason P Jones wrote:
> First, this is great eye candy and quite impressive. Second, if it's not
> already in the works, then a longer period of time (ability to adjust
> history time (10 secs - 10 mins - whatever) in the graph would make it a
> lot more useful.
For static network usage graphs you have SNMP in m0n0, use tool like [mrtg] or
[cacti] to collect data.
I think that there will not be such static graphs (for longer timelines - 1day
or more) in near future becouse of limited space/RAM.
I could be wrong also...
And one other thing about SVG viewer:
This one work's on linux with mozilla firefox.
dru?tvo OMNIUM Slovenia,
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> Jason P Jones
> Integracon Technologies
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> Wednesday, March 31, 2004, 10:27:35 AM, Gian Temp (gr at redskycom dot net) wrote:
> GT> from where the graph comes from ??
> It's the Traffic Graph option under Status in the latest M0n0wall 1.1b1
> You'll need the Adobe SVG viewer to get it to display, though.
> The standard one works fine with Internet Explorer but doesn't with Win32
> Mozilla or Firefox (only have Windows boxen here so can't comment on how it
> runs under *nix etc)
> However Brad Gibson has instructions for getting it working in this post