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Cellpipe 7130 Line Stats

Ahhh... Much Better!

I created a quick greasemonkey script to enable viewing the stats on the Bell Canada branded Cellpipe 7130 modem:

Cellpipe 7130 VDSL Stats Display Greasemonkey Script

Also, I didn’t really like Bell’s logo all over the gear:

Replace Bell’s logo with TekSavvy’s on Cellpipe 7130 Greasemonkey Script

  1. Rotor
    November 4th, 2011 at 12:22 | #1

    Thank you for the script :)
    I wonder if is there any var that would show the internet usage?

    Thanks

  2. November 9th, 2011 at 11:15 | #2

    @Rotor
    I’ve spent some time to dig around. If you view source on the status page, you’ll see two functions:

    function HideWanInfo()
    {
    	ShowHide('WAN_RX_BYTES');
    	ShowHide('WAN_RX_PACKETS');
    	ShowHide('WAN_RX_ERRORS');
    	ShowHide('WAN_RX_DROPPED');
    	ShowHide('WAN_TX_BYTES');
    	ShowHide('WAN_TX_PACKETS');
    	ShowHide('WAN_TX_ERRORS');
    	ShowHide('WAN_TX_DROPPED');
    	ShowHide('WAN_TX_COLLISIONS');
    	
    	ShowHide('WAN_INFO');
    }
    
    function HideLanInfo()
    {
    	ShowHide('LAN_RX_BYTES');
    	ShowHide('LAN_RX_PACKETS');
    	ShowHide('LAN_RX_ERRORS');
    	ShowHide('LAN_RX_DROPPED');
    	ShowHide('LAN_TX_BYTES');
    	ShowHide('LAN_TX_PACKETS');
    	ShowHide('LAN_TX_ERRORS');
    	ShowHide('LAN_TX_DROPPED');
    	ShowHide('LAN_TX_COLLISIONS');
    }
    

    Although these ids don’t show up anywhere else in the HTML.

    I think rather than commenting out the fields in HTML, they’ve commented out the section of the code in the firmware that writes out the HTML.

    If you have a router behind the cellpipe, you should be able to get your own information.

  3. Rotor
    November 10th, 2011 at 15:26 | #3

    Thanks for taking from your time for this. Seems that I have to resurrect my WRTGL.

  4. mano
    January 5th, 2012 at 14:08 | #4

    nice scripts! works with chrome too !!

  5. Rick
    March 5th, 2012 at 23:57 | #5

    My CellPipe Firware allows me to click on the “+” button at the enf of the “VDSL2 Link Status ” line. The button calls ShowHide() for the stats. It acts like a toggle. The button can be a bit hard to see because its white on a lavender backgroune. Cheers!

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