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Packeteers
Premium
join:2005-06-18
Forest Hills, NY
kudos:1
Reviews:
·Time Warner Cable
reply to houkouonchi

Re: Dual 155/75

houkouonchi - what web sight, service or software agent do you use to generate your up/download history graphs? I was using dslr's monitor, but DHCP changes my IP address so often, that I find updating dslr each time to be a nausance, so I'm looking for anything better that is free

propcgamer

join:2001-10-10
011010101
Looks like MRTG on his router to me.


houkouonchi

join:2002-07-22
Ontario, CA
Reviews:
·Verizon FiOS

1 recommendation

reply to Packeteers
As propcgamer it is MRTG. My full page is:

»fios.houkouonchi.jp/mrtg/

MRTG can be used to graph just about anything if you give it data. For example:

»fios.houkouonchi.jp/weather/room ··· oom.html

I personally like MRTG graphs but another tool made by the same person can do some even more advanced graphs:

»oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/

I thought DSLR only does latency checking? Like my own latency one is:

»box.houkouonchi.jp/fios1.html

It shows latency and mdev (jitter).

If you use a service like dynDNS that might make dslreports one easier although I can just easily monitor latency if you have a dynDNS account as well. I actually setup bandwidth monitoring for someone at one point which telneted into his westell (I believe) and graphed traffic until the guys IP changed and he didnt hit me back up with it (he didnt have dynamic DNS).

»box.houkouonchi.jp/vz.html

I also keep track of my bandwidth usage (totals) here:

»fios.houkouonchi.jp/bandwidth/
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dragonman300

join:2011-03-02
Anaheim, CA
kudos:1
reply to houkouonchi
lol, since Verizon FiOS is upping 150mbps speed to 300mbps. Will ur setup will increase from 300mbps to 600mbps? 0__o
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Onedollar

join:2001-08-27
Pomona, CA
kudos:6
reply to houkouonchi
said by houkouonchi:

said by Onedollar:

You do know a 300 tier is coming right? Couldve saved you some headache

Lies. I was told in November by nycdave that we are looking at atleast 18 months before new speed packages (so 14 months now).

Anyway still no active service. They like had two orders like i would have three lines and they also then later said the 1500G could handle both and had us try that but it never got provisioned. Tech is getting frustrated with dealing people on the phone. Just glad my main connection has not gone down.

Gee look my prediction came true


Smith6612
Premium,MVM
join:2008-02-01
North Tonawanda, NY
kudos:25
Reviews:
·Verizon Online DSL
·Frontier Communi..
reply to dragonman300
said by dragonman300:

lol, since Verizon FiOS is upping 150mbps speed to 300mbps. Will ur setup will increase from 300mbps to 600mbps? 0__o

He might need some beefier hardware on both ends for that then!


houkouonchi

join:2002-07-22
Ontario, CA
Reviews:
·Verizon FiOS
said by Onedollar:

said by houkouonchi:

said by Onedollar:

You do know a 300 tier is coming right? Couldve saved you some headache

Lies. I was told in November by nycdave that we are looking at atleast 18 months before new speed packages (so 14 months now).

Anyway still no active service. They like had two orders like i would have three lines and they also then later said the 1500G could handle both and had us try that but it never got provisioned. Tech is getting frustrated with dealing people on the phone. Just glad my main connection has not gone down.

Gee look my prediction came true

Yup. I believed nycdave was correct when he said 18 months. That seemed more likely too.

said by Smith6612:

said by dragonman300:

lol, since Verizon FiOS is upping 150mbps speed to 300mbps. Will ur setup will increase from 300mbps to 600mbps? 0__o

He might need some beefier hardware on both ends for that then!

Current hardware can handle it I believe. The server-side is core i7 style xeon and pretty high end.

I probably will be going dual 300 megabits if the uploads are true on the new speeds if its near what I am paying now.

They say its going from 150/35 -> 300/65 but its really already 150/75. Only reason I have two connetions right now is for the extra upload capacity so if they are not upping the upload at all then I will have no reason to go back to a single connection. if 300/65 is readly 300/150 then I might go back to a single connection.
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cramer
Premium
join:2007-04-10
Raleigh, NC
kudos:9
reply to houkouonchi
Did you get your routing/load balancing sorted out? I dug through my archives for the magic I built a decade ago when I sold linux based LBs. You can use two links to the same gateway with a fair bit of routing configuration. The default link / routing setup will never work correctly (it will always favor one link), but the core linux routing functions can be configured to do it. (I used to make a whole lot of money selling boxes that would.)

serge87

join:2009-11-29
Reviews:
·Verizon FiOS
reply to Onedollar
said by Onedollar:

Gee look my prediction came true

Good call


houkouonchi

join:2002-07-22
Ontario, CA
Reviews:
·Verizon FiOS
reply to cramer
said by cramer:

Did you get your routing/load balancing sorted out? I dug through my archives for the magic I built a decade ago when I sold linux based LBs. You can use two links to the same gateway with a fair bit of routing configuration. The default link / routing setup will never work correctly (it will always favor one link), but the core linux routing functions can be configured to do it. (I used to make a whole lot of money selling boxes that would.)

Yes. I think I could have manually did it its just that I liked using the web-based management for other things especially automatic fail-over. Also even manually I seem to recall the same gateway on different interfaces traffic would not always go out the intended interface on my colo'd server that does have a manual setup.

I ended up having to just switch one to a dynamic IP. Interesting enough my bill on that one was only $160 and they don't appear to be charging me for phone service anymore. Not sure whats up with that but I will take it.
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