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Excluding IPs in bandwidth monitoring

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by sskljdalsk, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. sskljdalsk

    sskljdalsk Serious Server Member

    Hi there, I'm using Shibby on an N16 to split my home and guest network at our agriturismo here in Chianti. All guest IPs are .22.50-99 on LAN1 whilest home IPs are .11.xxx on LAN. I really don't need to see a split of all the guest IPs in the IP Traffic monitoring section (looking at LAN1 .22.0 is plenty), so I wanted to exclude the range .22.50-99 from the monitoring.

    Typed in xxx.xxx.22.55-99 in the Excluded IP's filed but that doesn't do anything. And just tried to list all the IPs individually from .22.50 to .22.99 but it stops at .85 (not enough room in the text field I guess?).

    Is there any other way I can tell Tomato to stop monitoring all my individual guest IPs?
     
  2. remlei

    remlei Networkin' Nut Member

    you need to input what bridge that your .22.xx subnet is, if its in br1 then on exclude interface on bandwidth monitoring option as br1. that simple.
     
  3. sskljdalsk

    sskljdalsk Serious Server Member

    err...lost me a bit. You mean I should type BR1 in the field "Excluded IPs" under the Bandwidth Monitoring? (my .22.xxx subnet is in fact on br1)

    Because I tried that, and it didn't work! Yes, it excluded the .22. subnet from the bandwidth monitoring, but still tracked all the .22.0xx IPs in the IP Traffic Monitoring section, which is is where I really need to exclude them.
     
    Last edited: Jul 4, 2014
  4. remlei

    remlei Networkin' Nut Member

    then just exclude the entire br1 subnet by typing in xxx.xxx.22.0/24
     
  5. sskljdalsk

    sskljdalsk Serious Server Member

    tried that syntax too but that doesn't work either.
     

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