Easiest way to monitor AiMesh node temps

ali232

Occasional Visitor
Hello.
I have 3x ASUS AX86U in AiMesh and my problem is that I can't see the AiMesh node temps.
Is there any way to monitor them?
Thanks for your answers.
 

bbunge

Part of the Furniture
SSH into the node and run:

cat /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp

Better yet, don't worry about it. The AX86U does not have a heating issue.
 

kernol

Very Senior Member
Or just install "amtm" after you SSH into the nodes - and install option "j3" only - "scMerlin" - which has a bunch of useful utilities including temperatures - not just for the CPU but also for the wireless channels ...

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WebUI for scMerlin is available at:

Services (selecting an option will restart the service)
1. DNS/DHCP Server (dnsmasq)
2. Internet connection
3. Web Interface (httpd)
4. WiFi
5. FTP Server (vsftpd)
6. Samba
7. DDNS client
8. Timeserver (ntpd/chronyd)

Router
c. View running processes
m. View RAM/memory usage
cr. View cron jobs
t. View router temperatures
w. List Addon WebUI tab to page mapping
r. Reboot router

Other
ntp. Toggle NTP boot watchdog script
Currently: Disabled

u. Check for updates
uf. Update scMerlin with latest version (force update)

e. Exit scMerlin

z. Uninstall scMerlin

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Choose an option:

See item "t" which will display the temps
 

ali232

Occasional Visitor
Somewhere I read that the best is to disable SSH after used it.
Is this true or I can keep it turned on?
 

capncybo

Senior Member
Somewhere I read that the best is to disable SSH after used it.
Is this true or I can keep it turned on?
LOL, you're going in a circle.
You can't have SSH access for functionality & not have any access.
But by Default... SSH is NOT permitted from the WAN.
So only devices within your local network will have access.
Anyways the settings are adjustable...
ADMINISTRATION> SYSTEM> SERVICE:
Your decision
 

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