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Adding a gauge view speed test to an Access Device/NetQCheck engine

Step 1

Create a custom applet configuration using the gauge view required.

At this stage it's important to note the technical name for each of these options within the product. This tutorial will reference step 1 later on. In order of appearance:

loop
dansk
default
noqos
withcap

Step 2

Publish a speed test using the custom applet configuration created above.

The image on the right shows the drop down menu used to choose the custom applet configuration. This will appear during the process of publishing a test.

Step 3

This step varies depending on the technology being used.

Browse to the MyConnection Server installation folder used to host the Access Device/NetQCheck engine.

Now open the /www folder.

Access Device

Open the /hbss/default folder and create a new folder named speeddials.

NetQCheck

Open the /nqc/default folder and create a new folder named speeddials.

The folder just created will be used to host the images required for the gauge view of choice.


The folder required depends on the technology being used (Access Device/NetQChek)

Step 4

This step copies the required gauge view files into the folder created in step 3 above.

In the same MyConnection Server directory find the /plugins/speed/www/speeddials folder, as shown on the right.

The folders listed match the required gauge view chosen during the custom applet configuration step, shown above.

Access Device

Copy the folder that corresponds to the gauge view chosen to the /hbss/default/speeddials folder.

NetQCheck

Copy the folder that corresponds to the gauge view chosen to the /nqc/default/speeddials folder.

For example, if the loop gauge view was chosen, and this is for an Access Device, copy the loop folder into the /hbss/default/speeddials folder, as shown on the right.

 

Step 5

Now that the images for the gauge view have been finalized it's time to copy the .html file and .bin file to the correct folder.

The bin file will be named the same as the name given to the custom applet configuration (step 1) (in this example loop.bin).

The html file will be named the same as the name given to the published page (step 2) (in this example gaugeview.html).

The HTML file resides in the following directory:

<root>/www/publish

The BIN file resides in the following directory:

<root>/www

Copy both of these files to the /hbss/default (Access Device) or /nqc/default (NetQCheck) folder.

 

 

Step 6

This completes the process. The Access Device/NetQCheck engine should pick up the changes within a minute.

If not simply restart the device/engine.

The gauge view will now be visible.

 

 

 

 

 

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