[isf-wifidog] [isf-op] Request for a tool: uptime/downtime statistics

Gabe Sawhney gabe at pwd.ca
Mar 22 Juil 08:11:34 EDT 2008

It stores all the data, but doesn't offer a flexible way of retrieving it.
The only "feature" I've added in thie regard so far is the number of records
http://auth.wirelesstoronto.ca/monitor/?hours=24   (the default is 6)

Realistically, I think my little app is more an experiment than a finished
tool (or even a starting point for that tool).  I had an immediate need, and
it filled that, and at the same time I think it offers a reasonably good way
(though it could certainly be improved) to concisely visualize basic network
status info.


On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 6:46 AM, Jeff Schallenberg <
schallenberg.jeff at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 8:09 PM, Gabe Sawhney <gabe at pwd.ca> wrote:
>> For what it's worth, I built this a while ago:
>> <http://auth.wirelesstoronto.ca/monitor/>
>> ...if anyone's interested in the code (php+mysql) either to run on its own
>> or integrate into wifidog, I'm happy to share it.
>> It looks very useful, all right, Gabe. Your program seems to do a scan of
> all gateways every 20 minutes - but does it store the scans for days and
> months past? Can I retrieve the status for a given period in the past?
> --
> - Jeff
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