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WRT54G SNMP interfaces

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by jca27, Jun 21, 2004.

  1. jca27

    jca27 Guest

    I am using the firmware mainly to do SNMP monitoring. I'm trying to monitor wireless traffic in and out of the router. My SNMP app shows 7 interfaces on the router: lo, gre0, eth0, eth1, vlan0, vlan1, and br0. I only have the WAN port and a wireless PC connecting to this router. There are no devices plugged into the 4 switch ports. However, when I look at the IP octets per interface, 4 of the 7 interfaces (eth0, eth1, vlan1, and br0) are showing significant traffic.

    - Can anyone make sense of this?
    - What interface is designated to the wireless clients?

  2. Tr0utp0nD

    Tr0utp0nD Network Guru Member

    I think for wireless traffic you should focus on the br0 , which I belive is the bridge between the wireless and lan segments. Vlan1 I belive is the wan traffic. (Should have the wan ip address ifconfig) Not entirerly sure about the ethernets, mabye you can post a ifconfig -a ?

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