Dec 31 21:24:11 DD-WRT daemon.notice pppd[9648]: pppd 2.4.8 started by root, uid 0 Dec 31 21:24:20 DD-WRT : dnsmasq : daemon successfully stopped Dec 31 21:24:20 DD-WRT : servicemanager : waiting for services to finish (8)

TTRAF | Complete Telstra Corp. Ltd. stock news by MarketWatch. View real-time stock prices and stock quotes for a full financial overview. The ttraff daemon can fill up a couple hundred bytes of nvram space every month. This may not seem like much but nvram is only ~32KB total and is full of lots of other data. Disabling ttraff and clearing it's old nvram data is sometimes needed for devices with complex configurations, or to keep the router stable. TTM Daemon. The TTM Daemon facilitates communication to and from TT applications on the same network segment. To configure its communication behavior, the TTM daemon reads the ttmd.cfg file located in :ttconfig. The TTM Daemon is used for local and remote connections. Daemon Possession can not only corrupt the body of its host but it also causes many spiritual disturbances like rap sounds in the surroundings or the sound of splashing water, much like the presence of poltergeists. These are more or less the symptoms of a daemon possession rather than daemon possession itself. Screenshot – Running . Update Log. Version 1.2.6 – January 22nd 2015. Fixed a bug that could cause internal page browsing to not work correctly; Version 1.2.5 – December 22nd 2014

ttraff Daemon: Disable. If you leave this enabled, you can store traffic logs, but they fill up eventually (it takes years) and might cause some wonkyness when your router runs out of flash RAM. Most people leave this Enabled, but I really don’t need it, so I shut it off. NAT/QoS : Port Forwarding

If you don't plan on doing anything fancy, go to the services tab and disable Telnet and the ttraff Daemon, and boost up the DNSmasq cache by putting something like "cache-size=2048" in the Additional DNSMasq Options. Saving does not apply settings, so always click apply at the end before rebooting Sep 11, 2008 · Previously I’ve shown you how to monitor your bandwidth using applications you install on your PC/Mac (Windows | OS X). The method I outline in this very brief tutorial uses the DD-WRT firmware. Instead of capturing your uploads and downloads on each computer, which works very well if you live in a single-computer household, this … How to use the DD-WRT firmware to monitor your bandwidth ttraff Daemon: Disable-> Now Click SAVE 10) Goto Security >> Firewall: Uncheck all boxes except Filter Multicast-> Now Click SAVE Disable SPI firewall-> Now Click SAVE 11) Finally, Goto Administration >> Management: Routing: Disable-> Now Click "APPLY SETTINGS"

After pasting, go to the bottom of the page and disable the last option: ^ttraff Daemon. Hit Save. 9. At the top, go to the NAT /QoS section. Then go to the UPnP submenu at top. Enable both the ^ UPnP Service and ^Clear port forwards at startup options and hit save. See below.

DNSMasq : Disable ttraff Daemon : Disable. Service. Under the Security -> Firewall tab, uncheck every box except “Filter Multicast”, as in the image above, and then disable SPI Firewall. Once you’re done here, save and move on to the Administration tab. Under Administration -> Management: In build svn 9235, it was possible to view Total Traffic while still having ttraff daemon disabled. Can you somehow add this feature back? Or does it still require ttraff daemon running to function? From my understanding, you just take /proc/net/dev vlan1 and divide it by 1024 twice.