08-01-2010 5:33 PM
U-Verse Realtime v220.127.116.11 is released.
The program (.exe installer) may be downloaded here.
If you have already installed v18.104.22.168, you can install this version on top of it and it will upgrade. Version 22.214.171.124 will also auto-update to this new version.
U-Verse Realtime is a standalone program that can retrieve information from a typical residential installation of the AT&T U-Verse IPTV system. Some of the information displayed consists of VDSL line analysis, network interface data rates, DVR information, and STB channel and stream information. This program requires that your U-Verse Residential Gateway (the 2Wire 3800HGV-B, 3801HGV, or 3600HGV) be running firmware version 126.96.36.199 only. Previous versions will not work with this program.
U-Verse Realtime v188.8.131.52 is the evolution of the previous program, 2WireRealtime. The new features added to UVerse Realtime expand its functionality beyond simply looking at statistics from the 2Wire 3800HGV router, so the program was renamed to better reflect its scope. 2WireRealtime will not auto-update to U-Verse Realtime, you must download the new installer.
Fixes and New Features
As always, please post here with any problems or questions.
08-06-2010 4:11 PM
Is it possible to tell if pair bonding has been rolled out in your area using the Reatilme app? I talked to a tech who was working near my home and was told that pair bonding was already rolled out here. It would be great if we ccould tell.
08-06-2010 4:18 PM
The current version of UVRT does not fully support pair-bonded installations. It will run, but much of the information will not be presented properly.
You can tell if someone is on a pair-bonded installation with the current version of UVRT by looking at the Status line. Pair bonded installations will say "Connected to 2Wire i38HG Router".
You cannot tell from looking at UVRT whether there are other pair-bonded installations in your area.
I am currently working on an update which will support pair-bonded installations. I don't know how much stuff other than that I will be putting into this version, but supporting the iNID is a fairly major update, so I might bundle in several other features as well.
Reluctantly, I think I'm going to have to put anonymous data collection into the next version, because I don't currently know enough about pair-bonded installations to be able to tell what are "normal" parameters and what are "problem" parameters. So I need to collect user data and look at them on a graph to make that determination. I know many people are not happy with the privacy implications of a 3rd-party app that collects data, but I need it to make it work properly.
The data collected will simply be the line stats, nothing else. It will use a randomly generated ID to ensure that each person's line stats are only submitted to the database once.
08-07-2010 11:27 AM
For everything you do to help us out in so many ways, I would be more than willing and happy to assist you in anyway with what info you might need.
FYI, I just had U-Verse installed, only internet, and they installed the full featured RG. I am glad to hear that they did install that one instead of the lower unit you described.
Since I am pretty new to having this, how do I update the FW you described?
BTW, thanks for the update to the Realtime 184.108.40.206!
10-09-2010 5:59 PM
For some reason, with my 3801, I get no information on STBs connected over Coax. The screens are completely different -- not a big deal, but are you aware of this?
Yes, apparently coax information is not being parsed correctly on the 3801HGV and i3812V routers.
Please follow the instructions in this post to gather some information from your 3801 and e-mail it to me. I have sent you my e-mail address in a private message.
10-09-2010 7:56 PM
I resent the PM, check one more time.
If you would, could you send the HTML files again? I've received several so I may not have yours easily accessible. I'm currently on vacation and away from home, but when I get back I will be working on a new version of UVRT, and will incorporate any bug fixes like this that I can.
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