Used to be great... now NO support :( I used this in the past and it was fantastic! Upgraded my phone to a newer version of Android and it is having some problems. Emailed the maker of the app twice now and they haven't responded for weeks. Would be happy to revise my rating if I can get some support, but they seem to be non-existent. :(
Ok Initially I thought this was a waste of time however, now I know what it's supposed to do I think it's quite good. Very basic, but informative if you like to keep an eye on your network and what bandwidth devices are using. Please note that it only seems to monitor internet traffic, rather than LAN traffic (which would be handy for me - maybe have LAN traffic in a different colour). Also, the ability to delete old devices without resetting the whole app.
Works on dd-wrt 3.0b Today i was analyzing some peaks in outgoing traffic and wasn't able to determine which device on my network was responsible. Dd-wrt is awesome but it left me hanging in this one. Wrtgate is the piece dd-wrt lacks: a parasite monitor with a GTFO button. Thanks for this.
Great for cutting the kids' devices off and monitoring Internet traffic on ddwrt. Only issue is that it times out very fast and never connects on first opening, I always have to retry, sometimes twice.
This is a fantastic app for finding and kicking off bandwidth hogs on your network. For those struggling to set this up, please note that the SSH Login Name is *not* your router login name. It is typically "root" for most devices.
Works, but... Very limited, only view network activity on a tiny graph that has a slightly absurd scale. Who needs Kbits/sec. Such high numbers.
Version 0.13 tested against DD-WRT v24 only.
* Fixed another problem where stats were not displaying on newer DD-WRT builds.
Have seen situations where stats don't update because of http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/CRON#CRON_Service_falling_asleep_in_V24
An app to control switch/relay connected to GPIO ports on OpenWRT routers.