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WRV200 and Wallwatcher

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by RadioActiveMan, Dec 24, 2006.

  1. RadioActiveMan

    RadioActiveMan LI Guru Member

    Merry Christmas!

    After hours of trying I need help. What are the correct settings at wrv200 to analyse my logfiles? Ping to IP isn´t possible.

    1.) Administration > Management: What are the SNMP settings here?
    2.) Administration > Log: enabled and IP adress is given

    I´ve used the "Interface Traffic Indicator" (http://software.ccschmidt.de) and Wallwatcher (http://www.sonic.net/wallwatcher/).

    (1.0.26, VPN works fine! Default certificate is 1024bit(?))
  2. Sfor

    Sfor Network Guru Member

    What do you mean by "Ping to IP isn´t possible"?
  3. RadioActiveMan

    RadioActiveMan LI Guru Member

    I mean when I try to ping my router with the adress all packets get lost. It seems that there is no connection between Wallwatcher and my router.:frown:
  4. Sfor

    Sfor Network Guru Member

    I'm assuming you are pinginging from the LAN side of the router (not the WAN side). The default router LAN IP is Did you changed the LAN IP to
  5. RadioActiveMan

    RadioActiveMan LI Guru Member

    Yes I changed the IP address to (Logviewer IP address is now and try to connect from LAN to my router. In Wallatcher (Ctrl+T) I use Port 514. Maybe I have to use Port Forwarding (port 514) in the firewall settings?
  6. Sfor

    Sfor Network Guru Member

    The port forwarding is used to transfer all transmitions from a certain WAN (Internet) port to a specified LAN IP. So, it will do nothing.

    Erm. Is he logviewer IP the same as the router LAN IP? If it is the case than the log should not work.

    The Logviewer IP Address should be the IP of the computer the log entries are send to. So, if it is the same as the router IP, the the router sends the log entries to itself, and they are lost. Log entries should be sent to a computer the Logviewer software is running on. So, it should be sent to IP of the computer you want to view the log entries on.

    By the way, it should not be possible to select the IP of the router as the Logviever IP. It's a minor bug, I believe.

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