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Subscriber Bandwidth Usage - Dashboard

Subscriber Dashboard
This screenshot shows the “Subscriber Bandwidth Usage” that is available from the home page of the DBS user interface. In this example, you can see one subscriber (192.168.1.76) in the “penalty box” as illustrated by the rust colored boarder surrounding the graph. In this view the traffic has been graphed since 12:00am. An interesting point about this display is that this particular subscriber was already in the “penalty box” prior to 12:00am . Then at 12:00am, the DBS reset the queue to the normal speed allow for the “Park Tier” being used. In the graph you can see that it doesn't take long for this particular subscriber to be throttled back after using up the alloted 75 MB provided by this tier of service.

Tier Bandwidth Usage - Dashboard

Tier by Router Dashboard
This screenshot shows the “Tier Bandwidth Usage” view that is available from the home page of the DBS user interface. In this example, the radio button for “Tiers by Router” has been selected along with a search criteria of “Park”. The resulting view shows four routers, and the traffic that has been passed on the “Park” tier of service since 12:00am.

Router Bandwidth Usage - Dashboard

Router Dashboard
This screenshot shows the “Router Bandwidth Usage” view that is available from the home page of the DBS user interface. In this example, graphs are by produced for router interfaces that are either Ethernet or wireless.

Active Subscriber Connections - Dashboard (new feature)

Active Subscriber Connections Dashboard
This screenshot shows the “Active Subscriber Connections” view that is available from the home page of the DBS user interface. In this example, graphs are by produced for each enabled router and shows the number of active IP connections.

Active subscriber connections are identified by sending or receiving any data since the last statistics sampling on the minute. This feature is especially helpful when trying to identify overloaded access points.

Event Log

Event Log
This screen shot shows the “Event Log” view that is available in the DBS user interface. In this example, the bottom of the list shows all the subscribers that were in the “penalty box” on the previous day being reset during the first minute at 12:00am. Then you can see the first subscriber (192.168.1.76) being put back into the “penalty box” at 00:34:42 as was illustrated by the “Subscriber Bandwidth Usage” screen shot above.

... the Dynamic Bandwidth Shaper is killing it for us. Over the Easter weekend we had 18 guests in one RV park land in the “penalty box” before the 24 hour period was up. Without the DBS the Metro Wi-fi would have been impacted by those people who overuse the service ...

River District Manager, Swift Wireless

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