Broadband-usage meters the traffic on an SNMP-enabled broadband modem/router and then lets you find out your usage by calendar month. It's main purpose is to let you know what your usage is without having to resort to your ISP's website and without having to trust their accounting. If they get their accounting wrong (which can happen), this software gives you data that you might be able to use when contesting the invoice.
Broadband-usage is freely available under the GNU General Public License.
For more information read the manual entries in the Documentation section.
Currently, broadband-usage is only known to work with the following versions of snmpget:
It is written in perl using only standard modules so it should work on any system with perl and a suitable version of snmpget.
There is a
README file, a manpage for broadband-usage
and a manpage for broadband-usage-log.
|README||-||Features, Description, Why?, Install, Example|
||-||Collects modem/router statistics and logs them to file to be reported by broadband-usage|
||-||Reports modem/router statistics collected by broadband-usage-log|
broadband-usage-0.1.tar.gz (9272 bytes)