Grabbing the Bandwidth Distribution Table

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Asharad
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Grabbing the Bandwidth Distribution Table

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I'm looking for a way to grab the data shown on bandwidth distribution table, and store it on a remote server. Has this been done by anyone?

I have two Gargoyle routers because I have 2 different ISPs. I'd like to collect the bandwidth distribution data for both routers, and store it on a linux host. My intent is to make a web page on the linux host that collects all usage on one screen. I'm having trouble determining how to get to the data in Gargoyle. My first though is SNMP, but the solution isn't obvious.

Asharad
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Re: Grabbing the Bandwidth Distribution Table

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Nevermind, I found another thread detailing what I need.

Asharad
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Re: Grabbing the Bandwidth Distribution Table

Post by Asharad »

I'm receiving PM's asking how I accomplished this. I used the work of hugo.rosario from this thread.

My script is more advanced, but the core credit goes to Hugo Rosario. Mine generates a report for up to 3 gargoyle routers showing the usage for the past month. Here is an example report:
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Furthermore, I added libcharts to provide graphic indication for each user on the network. Here is an example:

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