Bandwidth usage display times out after 5 minutes

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nightcustard
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Bandwidth usage display times out after 5 minutes

Post by nightcustard » Sat May 29, 2021 9:29 pm

Hi BF

Could I make another request to change the behaviour of the web session timeout limit?

I find I can only watch 5 minutes of the Bandwidth usage graph before the graph stops updating and the 'timed out' message appears. It's a real pain when trying to monitor network performance :(

Can the web session timeout limit behaviour be either lengthened/optional or not applied when the bandwidth usage display is active?

I'm running firmware 2.52.dt0510 on an 8900AX2400

Cheers, Mike

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Re: Bandwidth usage display times out after 5 minutes

Post by billion_fan » Tue Jun 01, 2021 9:21 am

nightcustard wrote:
Sat May 29, 2021 9:29 pm
Hi BF

Could I make another request to change the behaviour of the web session timeout limit?

I find I can only watch 5 minutes of the Bandwidth usage graph before the graph stops updating and the 'timed out' message appears. It's a real pain when trying to monitor network performance :(

Can the web session timeout limit behaviour be either lengthened/optional or not applied when the bandwidth usage display is active?

I'm running firmware 2.52.dt0510 on an 8900AX2400

Cheers, Mike
I think our engineers said it can be done, but wasn't top priority, I will request this with the next firmware release

nightcustard
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Re: Bandwidth usage display times out after 5 minutes

Post by nightcustard » Thu Jun 03, 2021 8:27 pm

billion_fan wrote:
Tue Jun 01, 2021 9:21 am
nightcustard wrote:
Sat May 29, 2021 9:29 pm
Hi BF

Could I make another request to change the behaviour of the web session timeout limit?

I find I can only watch 5 minutes of the Bandwidth usage graph before the graph stops updating and the 'timed out' message appears. It's a real pain when trying to monitor network performance :(

Can the web session timeout limit behaviour be either lengthened/optional or not applied when the bandwidth usage display is active?

I'm running firmware 2.52.dt0510 on an 8900AX2400

Cheers, Mike
I think our engineers said it can be done, but wasn't top priority, I will request this with the next firmware release
Yes, it's more an irritation than a show stopper of course but if you can sneak it in, I for one would certainly be very grateful!
Cheers, Mike

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