Pfsense Status Gateways Json

Module retrieves pfSense 2.x Dashboard Gateway Status and Network Traffic Graphs data in JSON format
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Module retrieves pfSense 2.x Dashboard Gateway Status and Network Traffic Graphs data in JSON format.

"status" can be "force_down", "down", "loss" (for packet-loss warning), "delay" (for latency warning), or "okay" for online.

WARNING: This module bypasses the normal pfSense dashboard login, so it should be set with a different "key" of your choosing in the PHP code. The default is shown below:


Since there is additional overhead to calculate data rates for each connection ("inKbps", "outKbps"), it can be optionally requested via an additional parameter as indicated below:


To install, simply change the "key" in the code below, then drop the status_gateways_json.php file into your pfSense "/usr/local/www" directory and you are set to go!

JSON output (&rates=1 version) should look something like this:

    "lan": {
        "inKbps": 188.36579043272,
        "outKbps": 2295.1290776905,
        "interface": "em0"
    "wan": {
        "inKbps": 132.32223032712,
        "outKbps": 307.77712136859,
        "interface": "em1",
        "friendlyiface": "wan",
        "name": "GW_WAN",
        "status": "okay",
        "monitorip": "x.x.x.x",
        "sourceip": "x.x.x.x",
        "gatewayip": "x.x.x.x",
        "delay": "10.3ms",
        "loss": "0%"
    "opt1": {
        "inKbps": 1690.5506271424,
        "outKbps": 197.42589503826,
        "interface": "em2",
        "friendlyiface": "opt1",
        "name": "GW_OPT1",
        "status": "okay",
        "monitorip": "x.x.x.x",
        "sourceip": "x.x.x.x",
        "gatewayip": "x.x.x.x",
        "delay": "25.5ms",
        "loss": "0%"
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