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ER605
ER605
2022-04-11 07:04:29 - last edited 2022-04-12 06:43:26
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.2.0 Build 20220114 Rel.76871

Hello Everyone!

 

 

I have two problems at this moment:

- I attached my problem in a pic, that I've been seeing it for half a year about. On the oc300 (latest fw) I don't se the valid traffic numbers -I deleted the IP-s-. What is causing this?

- For the first thing: our omada system has 30x EAP225(latest fw) only guest wifi like a hotel with old and thicks walls. So the question is, what download/upload numbers are correct? I see it on the router: 340 down 53 up / 6 days. But the dashboard show about 160 Gb/day on the wifi summary traffic. The math isn't okay... pls help for these problems.

 

 

 

Best regards, Daniel.

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2022-04-11 20:13:21 - last edited 2022-04-12 06:43:26

  @Daniel-nio 

 

Hey and welcome
 
The non displaying of the stats in DEVICES is a bug that appears in v5 of SDN, its annoying so hopefully they will fix it soon
 
In answer to your question, the 338 / 51 you are seeing is the volume of "internet" you are using and this is pretty accurate I find. 
 
However don't rely on the Switches / APs data as its blended with local traffic, ill try to explain.    Not everything in your network goes over the internet, say a print job for example.    Laptop 1 sends a 10mb print, this goes to AP1 which it is connected to, then to switch 1, then to AP2 then to printer.   Therefore AP1  AP2  and the switch have all recorded 10mb of traffic, nothing went online so the router records ZERO traffic.   Add on to that Air Drop, Roaming, Controller Traffic, Updates, Local DNS, etc etc etc  none of which need to go "online" so therefore the stats on the Switches / APs are massively more than the router. 
 
This is perfectly normal behaviour, I would be much more concerned if that wasn't the case!   Local "LAN" traffic over APs and switches will always be massively different to the WAN "internet" link
 
Just for reference, here is my stats for the last 7 days.  Its the same for me
 
Router (ER605)
Upload Pkts/Bytes :
84062540 / 20.04 GB
Download Pkts/Bytes :
250834873 / 309.21 GB

 

Switch (2008P)

DOWN  1288.53 GB
UP  1285.96 GB

 

AP2

DOWN  511.42 GB
129.67 GB

 

 

Hopefully that helps!

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2022-04-11 20:13:21 - last edited 2022-04-12 06:43:26

  @Daniel-nio 

 

Hey and welcome
 
The non displaying of the stats in DEVICES is a bug that appears in v5 of SDN, its annoying so hopefully they will fix it soon
 
In answer to your question, the 338 / 51 you are seeing is the volume of "internet" you are using and this is pretty accurate I find. 
 
However don't rely on the Switches / APs data as its blended with local traffic, ill try to explain.    Not everything in your network goes over the internet, say a print job for example.    Laptop 1 sends a 10mb print, this goes to AP1 which it is connected to, then to switch 1, then to AP2 then to printer.   Therefore AP1  AP2  and the switch have all recorded 10mb of traffic, nothing went online so the router records ZERO traffic.   Add on to that Air Drop, Roaming, Controller Traffic, Updates, Local DNS, etc etc etc  none of which need to go "online" so therefore the stats on the Switches / APs are massively more than the router. 
 
This is perfectly normal behaviour, I would be much more concerned if that wasn't the case!   Local "LAN" traffic over APs and switches will always be massively different to the WAN "internet" link
 
Just for reference, here is my stats for the last 7 days.  Its the same for me
 
Router (ER605)
Upload Pkts/Bytes :
84062540 / 20.04 GB
Download Pkts/Bytes :
250834873 / 309.21 GB

 

Switch (2008P)

DOWN  1288.53 GB
UP  1285.96 GB

 

AP2

DOWN  511.42 GB
129.67 GB

 

 

Hopefully that helps!

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