Cobalt x86 users only!
Raqcop 2.1.1 can be downloaded at http://downloads.raqcop.com/cobalt_ipcop/
or if you are running 2.0.6 you can update using the Updates page in the web gui. The update is split into two files, 2.1.0 and 2.1.1 and they are large at 24 and 18 GB respectively. The second update will kill the lcd loop and move /sbin/lcd to /sbin/lcd.old to make room for the new program. It's easiest to copy the values from lcd.old to lcd before you reboot via sftp and an editor or command line editing.
Aside from what IPCop 2.1.1 brings us such as the long awaited built in urlfilter as well as program and kernel updates across the entire OS, Raqcop 2.1.1 brings sloped graphs (only shows a percentage of the scale for finer detail at lower loads/speeds), hourly graphs, the ability to use the PCI and USB update script (always a part of Raqcop 2.x.x) in the scheduler, the inclusions of extra WiFi firmware with emphasis on usb WiFi devices, and a new lcd program that uses /sys to calculate bandwidth due to changes in ifconfig that concatenated previously separate lines.
Note: The addition of a link quality graph may require hand editing in the makegraphs script if your isp gateway does not allow pinging. In /usr/local/bin/makegraphs
You will see lines 696 and 697 as such:
my $LQ_GATEWAY="$remoteip"; # Your ISP's Gateway, Comment Out if Not Pingable.
#my $LQ_GATEWAY="$remoteip2"; # Google DNS, Uncomment if ISP Gateway Not Pingable.
If you aren't getting anything but lost packets, it likely means that your isp gateway is not pingable. Comment out line 696 and uncomment line 697. Line 697 refers to a function on line 54 which reads: my $remoteip2 = "220.127.116.11"; # Google DNS
This can be changed to anything you desire to measure ping time against.
If you are going to run urlfilter I recommend a 450mhz machine with at least 384MB of ram.