Logs Archer C6

Logs Archer C6
Logs Archer C6
2020-01-15 11:48:42
Model: Archer C6
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 1.2.0 Build 20191014 rel.33289(4555)

Is there a possibility to display all IP's in the logs?

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-16 03:50:02

@ccsprint 

 

Hello, may I know why do you need all IPs displaying in the logs? 

 

Go to advanced-network-DHCP settings page, you can see the DHCP clients and their IP addresses assigned by the main router. 

 

Good day. 

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-16 06:50:50

@Kevin_Z Because I want to know what went in and out all the time and not just the active connections. Therefore I thank you for the tip but only the active connections are shown within the DHCP Client list right?

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-16 21:04:43

@ccsprint Especially since I want to know how something like this can happen.

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-17 03:29:09

@ccsprint 

 

Hello, thanks for your reply, I got your point.

 

With a new device trying to connect to the router, in simple terms, it will send DHCP request and the router will reply DHCP ACK packet to build up the connection between each other, which can be found from the system log; while to disconnect from the router, it won't send any packet to inform router, so the disconnection process won't be displayed. 

 

While by comparing the devices that had connected to the router in a certain time period and the devices that list under DHCP client list, we can verify the number of devices that have disconnected and the online devices. 

 

May it help. 

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-17 06:07:03

@Kevin_Z It seems to be a misunderstanding here. It is the year 2020, the router has been reset and the log is clean. Therefore, the log only shows actions from the year 2020. After a few hours, actions from 2019 are displayed. I want to know where these changes from the past are coming from. To put it in simple terms, I believe that this is a hack. Especially since it's followed by flood attacks.

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-20 12:26:39

@Kevin_Z @TP-Link Hello, can someone from TP-Link please tell me how I can display the incoming IP addresses?

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-21 07:31:16

@ccsprint 

 

Hello, sorry to tell you that there is no option to display all incoming IP addresses.

 

To improve security, first, you can set up a more complicated wifi password and change it regularly; second, you can customize the login credentials as well; besides, please ensure that the firmware is up to date. 

 

As a NAT device with firewall enabled, it will prevent the attack from external networks. And there is no any related issue reported yet, you can be assured of it. 

 

Good day. 

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Re:Logs Archer C6
2020-01-21 10:13:59 - last edited 2020-01-21 10:20:52

@ccsprint 

Hi

The 2019-10-14 log date coincides with the firmware build date(Build 20191014)

 

Hope I'm not saying something stupid but...

If you performed a factory reset it would make sense to show that date before connecting to the internet and getting the actual time and date.

 

Just an opinion

Cheers

 

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