Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?

Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?

Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-09-25 15:30:41 - last edited 2023-09-26 06:49:14
Tags: #SNMP
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 2.1.2 Build 20230210 Rel.62992

Hi, I'm trying to figure out what's what on the interfaces coming up vis a SNMP walk, and can't find a document that addresses them all.

Can anyone suggest what's what, seems some are Linux standard, although for others I find no info...

 

This unit has 5 ports, is this correct?

 

Port 1 - eth1.4094

Port 2 - eth1.4093

Port 3 - ??

Port 4 - eth0

Port 5 - eth1

 

What is veth1, eth0.1, tun_server0??? etc

 

 

Index Status Description Name (IF-MIB) Alias (IF-MIB) Type Speed Description
1025 Up default/lo default/lo   softwareLoopback(24) 10000000  
1026 Up default/eth0 default/eth0   ethernetCsmacd(6) 1000000000  
1027 Up default/eth1 default/eth1   ethernetCsmacd(6) 1000000000  
1028 Down default/ip6tnl0 default/ip6tnl0   tunnel(131) 0  
1029 Down default/sit0 default/sit0   tunnel(131) 0  
1030 Down default/gre0 default/gre0   tunnel(131) 0  
1031 Down default/gretap0 default/gretap0   ethernetCsmacd(6) 0  
1032 Down default/bond0 default/bond0   ethernetCsmacd(6) 0  
1033 Up default/veth0 default/veth0   ethernetCsmacd(6) 4294967295 ?? 
1036 Up default/br-lan default/br-lan   ethernetCsmacd(6) 0  
1037 Down default/eth1.4094 default/eth1.4094   ethernetCsmacd(6) 1000000000 WAN1 (port1)
1043 Up default/eth1.4093 default/eth1.4093   ethernetCsmacd(6) 1000000000 WAN2 (port2 LAN/WAN)
1045 Up default/pppoe-wan2_poe default/pppoe-wan2_poe   ppp(23) 0 PPOE (for my WAN2 port)
1046 Up default/tun_server0 default/tun_server0   other(1) 0 is this site2site VPN??
2049 Up vnet/lo vnet/lo   softwareLoopback(24) 10000000  
2050 Down vnet/ip6tnl0 vnet/ip6tnl0   tunnel(131) 0  ??
2051 Down vnet/sit0 vnet/sit0   tunnel(131) 0  ??
2052 Down vnet/gre0 vnet/gre0   tunnel(131) 0  ??
2053 Down vnet/gretap0 vnet/gretap0   ethernetCsmacd(6) 0  ??
2058 Up vnet/veth1 vnet/veth1   ethernetCsmacd(6) 4294967295  ??
2059 Up vnet/eth0.1 vnet/eth0.1   ethernetCsmacd(6) 1000000000  ??

 

Thanks in advance!

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Re:Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-09-26 01:54:24

  @words You can refer to this post, which explains some of the interfaces listed:ER7206 & SNMP - Business Community (tp-link.com)

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Re:Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-09-26 02:23:51

  @Dahliana thanks that explains/confirms some of the ports/mappings, what about this?

 

default/tun_server0

 

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Re:Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-09-26 06:48:41

  @words 

words wrote

  @Dahliana thanks that explains/confirms some of the ports/mappings, what about this?

 

default/tun_server0

 

based on the google search and chatgpt, it seems to be the vpn you created. 

 

default/tun_server0: This appears to be a tunnel interface, often used for VPN (Virtual Private Network) configurations.

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Re:Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-09-26 07:23:52

  @Tedd404 Thanks so much!!

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Re:Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-09-29 19:37:02

"based on the google search and chatgpt, it seems to be the vpn you created. 

 

default/tun_server0: This appears to be a tunnel interface, often used for VPN (Virtual Private Network) configurations."

 

>If I create another tunnel will another interface be created, or to all tunnels get bundles into the 1 interface?

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Re:Can someone explain all the interfaces listed on ER605 via SNMP?
2023-10-01 03:15:26

  @words 

 

For what it's worth, the TPlink architecture seems to make WAN1 = VLAN 4194 and WAN2= VLAN4913 ....basically WANx as VLAN (4195-x)

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