I wrote a command line tool called 'wrtview' because I needed a simple overview of my network and all the hosts connected to it on one screen. 'wrtview' is meant to run on a computer that connects to the central OpenWRT box on a network and collects files and command output to produce text output like this:
Network 'lan' on 192.168.1.1: H 192.168.1.1 openwrt ADHE 192.168.1.100 MacbookPro F0:18:98:36:06:73 Apple, Inc. wlan1 493.286Mbps ADHE 192.168.1.101 MacbookPro-wired 00:50:B6:98:C4:29 GOOD WAY IND. CO., LTD ADHE 192.168.1.105 iPad 26:5A:90:A8:52:73 locally administered wlan1 380.493Mbps ADHE 192.168.1.130 JessicaPhone EA:24:8C:29:DA:12 locally administered wlan1 429.656Mbps AD 192.168.1.151 76:2A:A6:21:85:EC locally administered ADHE 192.168.1.160 OldMacbookPro 20:C9:D0:84:02:D6 Apple, Inc. wlan0 120.208Mbps HE 192.168.1.182 MacookAir D0:E1:40:91:88:1E Apple, Inc. ADHE 192.168.1.188 iPhone-John 2E:73:1F:31:B0:1D locally administered wlan1 456.389Mbps ADHE 192.168.1.200 lights-gw 00:17:88:26:0A:26 Philips Lighting BV ADHE 192.168.1.201 tv 10:4F:A8:03:00:8C Sony Corporation ADHE 192.168.1.212 printer 3C:2A:F4:42:24:A2 Brother Industries, LT AD 192.168.1.228 2E:73:1F:31:B0:1D locally administered wlan1 456.389Mbps ADHE 192.168.1.254 switch 00:1F:28:E2:66:82 HPN Supply Chain
I hope the README on the project GitHub page adequately explains how it works. It needs python 3.5 or newer and then installs with:
python -m pip install wrtview
For remarks, complaints and praise please (also) use the issues or discussion options on the GitHub page as I do not check this forum regularly.