Feature requests

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by Chrysalis, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. Chrysalis

    Chrysalis Regular Contributor

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    I respect this isnt going to be feature laden like tomato so these requests are more to enhance existing features that already exist.

    1 - Allow the date format and unit value set in the traffic monitor page to be remembered as a new default for future visits to the page if possible.
    2 - Have a real time graph for the per device real time page.
    3 - Allow either per line setting for pppd options on gui page or add a box to set keepalive settings?


    Thanks for a good firmware.
     
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  3. RMerlin

    RMerlin Part of the Furniture

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    1) It already does
    2) I might eventually, but this is very low priority at the moment (lots of work required for this)
    3) I'll consider it. I'll need first to see how pppd interacts with rp-pppoe and pptp.
     
  4. claymoh

    claymoh Occasional Visitor

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    Features

    I had put these elsewhere in the 23B thread, but probably should have these kind of things in one thread.

    1. Display (or also) static names on network map list, like they are on RT Traffic.
    2. Add edit capability to static IP's. This is a nicety, since I can just delete/add if needed, but this would be simpler if it is an easy mod.
    3. It would be nice to have a dropdown for the time "per" on the RT traffic monitor. Like MB/Min vs MB/Sec, so it is easier to see average usage, or maybe even a "track" selection for RT that starts and sums up transfers?

    Awesome work, keep it going!
     
  5. Chrysalis

    Chrysalis Regular Contributor

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    ok thanks for reply, any idea why #1 fails for me? I will see if I am blocking cookies.
     

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