Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by tonyeliza01 » Fri Mar 06, 2009 7:28 am

I downloaded usage metre but no luck with my username and/or password. Either one is invalid. What do I need to do to get this meter running?

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by MCCMikey » Sat Mar 14, 2009 6:13 pm

Any plans to support HSPA? :)

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by peterh_oz » Sun May 03, 2009 1:01 am

Gday Toid

Just wondering whether:

1. you'll support the new PAYU plans (ie by adjusting the "excess data" costs and allowing zero included data)
2. you can/will port the NetUsageItem (which is SO much better to use) across to IE7/IE8? Now that IE7/IE8 supports addons, I was hoping it would be an easy port for you to convert the existing firefox addon across, thus doing-away with the mini-meter (and having to support 2 programs). Unfortunately many older people who first used IE have not yet graduated to Firefox (despite my trying!).

Just a couple of hopeful thoughts.

Cheers

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by Gidget » Sun May 03, 2009 11:31 am

NetUsageItem isn't written by The Toid :roll:

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by paddles » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:43 pm

Does the Mini Exetel Usage Meter support prepaid HSPA? I've noticed that it supports regular (postpaid) HSPA but haven't been able to get it to work with my prepaid account.

(I've finally made the switch from Exetel/Unwired to Exetel/HSPA.)

Thanks

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by sevusal » Mon Jul 13, 2009 4:20 pm

guys,

any plan to support mobile (per-min) and voip usage?

thanks,
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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by vk3xem » Mon Jul 13, 2009 7:13 pm

sevusal wrote:any plan to support mobile (per-min) and voip usage?
I'm all for that! :D

I suppose all that is needed is a nicely formatted web page for mobile devices, but I wouldn't really know where to start.
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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by benniedeball » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:09 pm

TheToid wrote:Hello everyone,

I have recently made a new usage meter for Exetel, this usage meter is aimed at the soho internet users who just want a simple little program to sit on their desktop and show them their usage for the current month.

You can get the program here:
http://home.exetel.com.au/amurgshere/mxtlusage.phtml

There is a whirlpool thread on this program here:
http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-re ... m?t=499068

Please try it and let me know what you think of it..

Regards
Aaron Murgatroyd
I am using the latest firefox,windows XP,Corp. sp3 and updates, and despite this once 'exetel net usage meter' is installed, I get the following message '' ISP error:Incorrect User/Pass (S3).

Can you or any one else help me with this Problem. Contact me at,
:cry: magrathpa@hotmail.com : Would love to be able to use this app...

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by TheToid » Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:02 am

Thanks to everyone for taking the time to post about my Meter, I will be updating it soon hopefully, but I am waiting on Exetel to fix the XML file for the new billing periods and the new plans which dont have Peak/Offpeak.
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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by Les » Fri May 20, 2011 2:24 pm

Hi,

Has Exetel got around to updating the XML file used by TheToid's usage meters for the new billing periods and the new plans which dont have Peak/Offpeak as it's been a number of months since Exetel put these chnages in place.

Les

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by thejeg » Wed May 25, 2011 12:34 am

Les wrote:Hi,

Has Exetel got around to updating the XML file used by TheToid's usage meters for the new billing periods and the new plans which dont have Peak/Offpeak as it's been a number of months since Exetel put these chnages in place.

Les
Yes!

https://www.exetel.com.au/members/usagemeter_xml.php is fixed.

Let me know if you have any issues :D

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by shoner » Wed May 25, 2011 9:40 am

Can someone give us some feed back on this?
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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by Dazzled » Wed May 25, 2011 10:09 am

Shoner, I just read the meters for 2 customers I asssist. The first has an OCV plan, the second has OT30. (I have omitted their IPs)
OCV:

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    <PlanDetails>
      <PlanName>OCV10</PlanName>
      <LineSpeed>10000</LineSpeed>
      <PeakTimeDownloadInMB>10000</PeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>0</OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <PeakShaping>NO</PeakShaping>
      <OffpeakShaping>NO</OffpeakShaping>
      <PlanPrice>$50.00</PlanPrice>
      <ExtraDownloadPerGB>$1.00</ExtraDownloadPerGB>
    </PlanDetails>
    
    <CurrentMonthUsage>
      <PeakDownload>226.55</PeakDownload>
      <PeakUpload>31.2</PeakUpload>
      <OffpeakDownload>4.45</OffpeakDownload>
      <OffpeakUpload>0.98</OffpeakUpload>
      <UpdateDatetime>2011-05-25 09:25:05 AEDST</UpdateDatetime>
    </CurrentMonthUsage>
OT:

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    <PlanDetails>
      <PlanName>OT30</PlanName>
      <LineSpeed>30000</LineSpeed>
      <PeakTimeDownloadInMB>30000</PeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>180000</OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <PeakShaping>NO</PeakShaping>
      <OffpeakShaping>NO</OffpeakShaping>
      <PlanPrice>$55.00</PlanPrice>
      <ExtraDownloadPerGB>$1.00</ExtraDownloadPerGB>
    </PlanDetails>
    
    <CurrentMonthUsage>
      <PeakDownload>8906.2</PeakDownload>
      <PeakUpload>635.78</PeakUpload>
      <OffpeakDownload>10026.61</OffpeakDownload>
      <OffpeakUpload>781.82</OffpeakUpload>
      <UpdateDatetime>2011-05-25 09:23:57 AEDST</UpdateDatetime>
    </CurrentMonthUsage>
The value of //"OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB" gives a flag for adding peak and off peak usage for display, thank you. There is no element to indicate the billing date, which is useful to compute simply a fraction-of-month for display. Both the above plans start on the 1st of the month, so I cannot confirm correct monthly usage totals for non-1st customers, perhaps another reader can.

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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by shoner » Wed May 25, 2011 10:19 am

Dazzled wrote:Shoner, I just read the meters for 2 customers I asssist. The first has an OCV plan, the second has OT30. (I have omitted their IPs)
OCV:

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    <PlanDetails>
      <PlanName>OCV10</PlanName>
      <LineSpeed>10000</LineSpeed>
      <PeakTimeDownloadInMB>10000</PeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>0</OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <PeakShaping>NO</PeakShaping>
      <OffpeakShaping>NO</OffpeakShaping>
      <PlanPrice>$50.00</PlanPrice>
      <ExtraDownloadPerGB>$1.00</ExtraDownloadPerGB>
    </PlanDetails>
    
    <CurrentMonthUsage>
      <PeakDownload>226.55</PeakDownload>
      <PeakUpload>31.2</PeakUpload>
      <OffpeakDownload>4.45</OffpeakDownload>
      <OffpeakUpload>0.98</OffpeakUpload>
      <UpdateDatetime>2011-05-25 09:25:05 AEDST</UpdateDatetime>
    </CurrentMonthUsage>
OT:

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    <PlanDetails>
      <PlanName>OT30</PlanName>
      <LineSpeed>30000</LineSpeed>
      <PeakTimeDownloadInMB>30000</PeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>180000</OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB>
      <PeakShaping>NO</PeakShaping>
      <OffpeakShaping>NO</OffpeakShaping>
      <PlanPrice>$55.00</PlanPrice>
      <ExtraDownloadPerGB>$1.00</ExtraDownloadPerGB>
    </PlanDetails>
    
    <CurrentMonthUsage>
      <PeakDownload>8906.2</PeakDownload>
      <PeakUpload>635.78</PeakUpload>
      <OffpeakDownload>10026.61</OffpeakDownload>
      <OffpeakUpload>781.82</OffpeakUpload>
      <UpdateDatetime>2011-05-25 09:23:57 AEDST</UpdateDatetime>
    </CurrentMonthUsage>
The value of //"OffpeakTimeDownloadInMB" gives a flag for adding peak and off peak usage for display, thank you. There is no element to indicate the billing date, which is useful to compute simply a fraction-of-month for display. Both the above plans start on the 1st of the month, so I cannot confirm correct monthly usage totals for non-1st customers, perhaps another reader can.
Thanks Dazzled.
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Re: Mini Exetel Usage Meter now Available

Post by Dazzled » Wed May 25, 2011 10:28 am

For some existing meters, life would be simpler (ie, no recoding needed) if for OCV type plans, you did the peak+offpeak addition and placed the total in peak usage.

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