B/W Distribution month range and sort

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TBP
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B/W Distribution month range and sort

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Hi I have 2 suggestions for the B/W Distribution page.

1. The option to specify a range when choosing the month time frame so that it can match ISP month period.

2. The ability to sort the Distribution Table.

Thanks

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Hi,

I would agree that this is a feature worth investigating. The ability to sort on a number of criteria would be very useful.

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Bump
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Hi All,
As the Gargoyle firmware is special and one of the main features is to monitor Quotas, I believe that this feature request is of great value.
The ability to choose a start date and an end date is crucial for most people as Service Providers do not have the same start and end dates for their billing of bandwidth.

Just saying that if this can be done, it would enhance this feature set.
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indeed

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TBP wrote:1. The option to specify a range when choosing the month time frame so that it can match ISP month period.

I am on Gargoyle 1.9.0 and, if I am understanding you correctly, this can be done already
Gargoyle - Firewall - Quotas - Bandwidth Quotas
Add New Quota:
Applies to: Entire Local Network:
Max Upload:
Max Download:
Max Total Up+Down: 100GB
Quota Resets: Every Month
Reset Day: 5th
Can you help someone else get Gargoyle up and running?
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nworbnhoj wrote:
TBP wrote:1. The option to specify a range when choosing the month time frame so that it can match ISP month period.

I am on Gargoyle 1.9.0 and, if I am understanding you correctly, this can be done already
Gargoyle - Firewall - Quotas - Bandwidth Quotas
Add New Quota:
Applies to: Entire Local Network:
Max Upload:
Max Download:
Max Total Up+Down: 100GB
Quota Resets: Every Month
Reset Day: 5th


Hi nworbnhoj,
Thanks for this tip, it didn't think of it this way.
Much appreciated andapologies for the late response. :)
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Re: B/W Distribution month range and sort

Post by porkypete »

I believe the ability to set the first day of the month on the Bandwidth monitoring page will still add value.

I have an installation where this date is no the 1st, but I use daily or weekly quotas to regulate data consumption, and for the application derive no value in matching the total quota to the date of top-up. But, having a quick view of the spread of consumption with the total-bandwidth-to-date matching my data cycle would be great (The ISP monitoring page is not reachable, because of a DNS glitch/block, on only this site, between the satellite router and the gargoyle router).

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