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Author Topic: 8800NL Log question  (Read 3526 times)

renluop

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8800NL Log question
« on: September 13, 2014, 09:57:31 AM »

Another "Educating Archie err Renluop thread! ::)

Please, what do these mean? Does the "eth3" refer to LAN 3 on the router, as that has no cable attached?
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Sep 12 06:36:21 daemon crit kernel: eth3 (switch port: 1) Link UP 100 mbps full duplex
Sep 12 06:36:21 daemon info kernel: br0: bridge group port 4(eth3) entering forwarding state
Sep 12 06:36:24 daemon crit kernel: eth3 (switch port: 1)  Link DOWN.
Sep 12 06:36:24 daemon info kernel: br0: bridge group port 4(eth3) entering disabled state
Sep 12 06:36:25 daemon crit kernel: eth3 (switch port: 1) Link UP 100 mbps full duplex
Sep 12 06:36:25 daemon info kernel: br0: bridge group port 4(eth3) entering forwarding state
Sep 12 06:37:02 daemon crit kernel: eth3 (switch port: 1)  Link DOWN.
Sep 12 06:37:02 daemon info kernel: br0: bridge group port 4(eth3) entering disabled state
Sep 12 06:37:05 daemon crit kernel: eth3 (switch port: 1) Link UP 1000 mbps full duplex
Sep 12 06:37:05 daemon info kernel: br0: bridge group port 4(eth3) entering forwarding state
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Re: 8800NL Log question
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2014, 11:55:26 AM »

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Does the "eth3" refer to LAN 3 on the router,

Numbering usually starts at 0.  So eth0 would be port 1 etc....   eth3 would likely be LAN4
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Re: 8800NL Log question
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2014, 05:41:24 PM »

So, lit on the router are LAN1 and LAN2 (eth 0 and eth 1, correct?), LAN1 to cptr and LAN2 to power line adaptor. WLAN, DSL and Internet are lit. Allow for my being technically challenged, and my allowance fast running out, but where do references to eth 3 come from, and to 100/1000 MB duplex?
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Re: 8800NL Log question
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2014, 06:26:57 PM »

Post from someone else with a Billion and querying similar

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The port shown in the log is physical mapping to HW switch. The port shown on the box and web page is virtually mapped to the TR064 definition.
The virtual and physical ports are reversed.

This means
Port 1 -> eth3
Port 2 -> eth2
Port 3 -> eth1
Port 4/EWAN -> eth0.

So according to that its LAN1.

I learnt something new too :)
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