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Status monitor for Linux

Freshman

Re: Status monitor for Linux

It took me a while to figure out how the JS on the modem was getting the information. I finally used Chromiums built in network monitor and that's how I saw the 'hidden' api pages being accessed. Once I found the hidden pages it was easy as they are just returning a small JSON structure.

 

I added a little code to check the amount of data returned when I'm 'pinging' the modem. It's 1004 bytes each status update.

Assistant Professor

Re: Status monitor for Linux

The hidden part is probably what stopped me. I used to be more adventurous.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
Freshman

Re: Status monitor for Linux

I've added the state codes that were kindly supplied by CORROSIVE.

I also did some other minor changes and added better state code displays in the GUI.

Just pull the new version or get the latest zip from https://github.com/bmillham/hnstatus

 

Freshman

Re: Status monitor for Linux

I've made some major updates to the monitor. It now can save status history to a sqlite3 database (configurable) You can't really do anything yet with that information, but I have plans for it ;-). There are also some bug fixes. Now the window position is saved on exit and properly restored. And I added lots more interesting information:

 

hnstat-usage.pnghnstat-sat.pnghnstat-san.pnghnstat-wifi.pnghnstat-other.png

 

Please let me know if you try it out and it works for you. Or if you have problems.

 

Just pull the new version or get the latest zip from https://github.com/bmillham/hnstatus

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