It looks like YAMon 3.4 is finally ready for some testing other than on my routers. I've checked things out on the following:
- an Asus RT-AC56U running LEDE
- a TPLINK Archer C9 running DD-WRT
- my Turris Omnia
I found and fixed issues on each platform.
NB - v3.4.0 is not yet available at http://usage-monitoring.com
Presupposing that you already have YAMon3.3.x installed to upgrade to v3.4.0, you must run open a PuTTY or equivalent window and run
dev at the end... without that you will re-install v3.3.6)
If you do not already have YAMon installed, first go to http://usage-monitoring.com/download.php and then start again at the top of this message.
In the prompt that asks where you want to install, I suggest that you DO NOT pick the default path. There might be issues which affect results so I recommend that you install in
/opt/YAMon3.4/ rather than
/opt/YAMon3/... this way you can run v3.3.6 & v3.4.0 concurrently (to compare results) and you will not clobber your data files.
One of the first things that you'll notice in the setup portion of the script, I have added basic and advanced modes for the configuration portion... pick basic if you have a relatively standard router configuration. Pick advanced if you have a bridge on your network.
NB - I've been running this version on my routers for sometime now but I expect there will still be some issues... please provide as much info as possible if/when something comes up. Screenshots and log files will be particularly helpful.
If you do have errors, if you set _log2file='2' and _scrlevel='2' in your config.file, this'll help track down where they are occurring in the script. You might want to set _scrlevel='1' to narrow things down further.
One day I'll summarize the changes in another posting but want to get things out for testing.
One of the big new features is better support (hopefully) for bridged devices (however, this is one of those NB areas I mentioned above)
Thanks in advance for your assistance and feedback