I believe we already have it spec'ed out to tell you if a connection exists over LAN (via the IP Address).
I'm interested in this feature because I'd like to know roughly the peak usage so I know if I can continue writing code and how much breathing room I have. Based on your description, it sounds like that could be possible. I'm not sure if there exists a system utility that can report peak usage though.
My biggest issue with the
status command is the flags. The
-s flag doesn't seem to do anything different than
tessel status except print out the logs which you can already do with the
logs command. The
-c flag seems to just give you the same info as
tessel wifi -l would which isn't actually spec'ed out (@nplus11 can you add that?). I suggest we remove the flags from