Release Notes: The Web interface for netacct-mysql was rewritten from scratch with many new features.
Release Notes: An hourly client traffic bug in version 3.04 was fixed.
Release Notes: This version adds indexes in the traffic table and corrects the traffic result in the admin page when the user has more than one IP. There was SQL tuning for the traffic visualisation in the client and admin pages. Some bugs in the install and update scripts from contrib were fixed, as was an empty field bug and warnings when there is no SQL record in the netacct-mrtg script.
Release Notes: The ability to use different languages was added. The config.php file was added for configuration setings. Some files were added to make it easier to install or upgrade bases into the contrib directory. A patch for authorization using host names instead of IPs was applied. A cron file for MRTG to make a graph of IP traffic usage was added. The clients can now change their passwords or profile information. A field for a client's email address was added into the users table. A montly cron script which generates traffic info for clients with email addresses every month was written. Reverse host suport was added to the "Show IP traffic" menu.
Release Notes: A new upgrade_database.php file helps convert the database from the version 0.73 to 0.74 format for netacct-mysql. A price visualization was added to the traffic columns, sorting in the traffic statistic page was corrected, and the problem with losing time periods when hiding and unhiding traffic columns was fixed. Hiding and unhiding capabilities were added to the client page.
Release Notes: Replaced the old mysql_db_query function with the new mysql_query, and added the ability to hide traffic columns and group consecutive IPs to identify users.
Release Notes: Most of the code and queries for implementing the use of more IPs per user was rewritten. Note that the "users" table was altered and the "users_ip" table was newly added.
Release Notes: Added direct and local types for peering traffic. Users can now have different prices for every type of input and output traffic.