|Stoob||03/20/2005 11:41 pm|
|Is NAD 2.2 capable of monitoring 56k modem traffic? The old freeware version detects dial-up traffic on the "Total Bytes" parameter and also "WAN (PPP/SLIP) Interface". Thanks.
|Alexander||03/21/2005 07:43 am|
Thank you for writing us.
Yes, it does. It shows the modem connection as a separate adapter at the Filtering page of diagram properties dialog.
| Alexander Bednyakov
| MetaProducts Corporation
|Stoob||05/19/2005 10:39 pm|
|Hello. Back to try v2 again. Still using v1.1 since my last post.
The "WAN (PPP/SLIP) Interface" only shows up in standard mode.
Also, when NAD runs on windows startup, my 56k connection has not yet been established until I manually dial it. This places a red "X" in the tray graph which I thought was pretty cool. However, after connecting my 56k the red x never goes away. I have to restart NAD in order for it to detect the WAN interface. Is there any way to make NAD automatically detect that the modem interface has been connected? I can always just wait until after connecting to run NAD, but it would be nice to have it run on startup.
Thanks. This really is a great program.
|Alexander||05/20/2005 04:32 am|
Thank you for your kind words.
Could you please test the current build of NAD?
We plan to release it in a week:
Please write us about the result. Thank you.
|Stoob||05/20/2005 11:47 pm|
|With v2.3.293, "Remote Access NDIS WAN Driver" is now an option when using "Smart Filtering System" as the statistics engine.
In "Standard" mode, the "WAN (PPP/SLIP) Interface" still does not update the red "X" after connecting. I will be using "Smart Filtering System" now anyway.
When switching engines from Standard to Smart Filtering System I get the following error: "List index out of bounds (2)"
Then the mouse cursor changes to an hourglass and never goes away. The error occurs because in Standard mode I use "WAN (PPP/SLIP) Interface" which isn`t an option in "Smart Filtering System" mode. In order to switch to Smart mode I have to first change any diagrams using WAN to something else. Instead, it should automatically upgrade any diagrams using the WAN adapter to the Remote Access NDIS WAN Driver.
|Alexander||05/21/2005 03:29 am|
Thank you for your information.
We will fix this "Index out of bounds" problem.
|Alexander||05/23/2005 07:41 am|
We just uploaded the fixed build.
Please test it: http://www.metaproducts.com/download/nadsetup23.exe
|Stoob||06/03/2005 02:56 pm|
|Yes everything seems to be working now. Thanks.