I didnt get around to make a js version yet, but you can try the lua version if you click on the pull-request-link a few posts back, then download the two files and place them manually on the router. Let me know what you think about it or if you need any help installing.
Well, that was it That package was missing. Now it works. The only thing that would be nice in the Hearing map to take out the names of the clients from /tmp/dhcp.leases, so you have better overview. Thanks a lot! It looks nice and very usefull.
Currently for the connected/hearing devices usteer gets a mac address. The lua script I made looks up the mac in the neighbor list, if they are in then the IPv4 is displayed. Then it does a nslookup, if that resolves into something then it displays that:
Example on my router (which does not have WiFi, but access to everything):
It cannot show an IP or hostnames because it is not in the neighbor list on the AP. The reason is that the VLAN this client is connected to is unmanaged on the AP, so the AP does not know what IP it is using, and it actually also has no way of finding out, unless some extension is done to usteer, where it not only communicates the mac address but also the IPs and host names. That is a bit out of scope of this status page
Maybe one more thing. If you add two files to the backup file list, then it will survive a firmware upgrade (until i can find some time to translate it to js and have it included in the opkg packages that is)
Ah interesting, i will have a look today, that should help. In the meanwhile, i did add a page to edit all the settings, and figured out how to get the data into variables, just a matter of putting it into tables now.