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Standard User jac2285
(newbie) Sun 22-May-11 15:46:26
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Router Statistics


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I'm looking for some help in getting a router that shows Error Seconds in the statistics, my reason for this is a bit longwinded so I won't bore you with it.
What I want is a Wireless N router, not too expensive and easy to setup, I know this sounds like wishful thinking but if anyone can suggest one I'd be very grateful, regards.

Sorry should have mentioned it's an ADSL router I need.

Edited by jac2285 (Sun 22-May-11 15:49:17)

Standard User XRaySpeX
(knowledge is power) Sun 22-May-11 18:22:16
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Netgear routers show Error Seconds and other errors via their TELNET interface.

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Standard User jac2285
(newbie) Mon 23-May-11 12:26:28
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Hi XRaySpex, thanks for your comment but I have a Netgear DG834N and have spoken to Netgear who told me I can't see Error Seconds on this router.


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Standard User kevinrduke
(regular) Mon 23-May-11 14:27:56
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Re: Router Statistics


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Try using Routerstats

http://www.vwlowen.co.uk/internet/files.htm#routerstats

This will work with the Netgear
Standard User burakkucat
(member) Mon 23-May-11 16:21:24
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Re: Router Statistics


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This is what I can obtain from a DG834Gv5 --

/ # adsl defects
============== NEAR END =============
ES (Count of errored seconds): 0
SES (Count of Severely errored seconds): 0
LOS (Count of Loss of signal): 0
============== FAR END ==============
ES (Count of errored seconds): 0
SES (Count of Severely errored seconds): 0
LOS (Count of Loss of signal): 0

/ # adsl perf
============= NEAR END ===========
FEC : 36
CRC : 0
HEC : 1
============= FAR END ============
FEC : 0
CRC : 0
HEC : 0

/ #
What exactly is it that you wish to monitor?

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Standard User jac2285
(newbie) Mon 23-May-11 16:30:05
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Hi Burakkucat, I just want to be able to see my Error Seconds count, the stats you show are not available on the DG834N, regards.
Standard User burakkucat
(member) Mon 23-May-11 18:11:46
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I just want to be able to see my Error Seconds count, the stats you show are not available on the DG834N
Ah, I see. (The difference between a G and an N.) smile

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Standard User XRaySpeX
(knowledge is power) Mon 23-May-11 19:36:49
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Yes, the N is more powerful smile

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Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Mon 23-May-11 19:51:37
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In reply to a post by jac2285:
Hi Burakkucat, I just want to be able to see my Error Seconds count, the stats you show are not available on the DG834N, regards.
Have you got the stats via telnet?



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Standard User jac2285
(newbie) Mon 23-May-11 23:52:23
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Hi Batboy, sorry I'm not sure what you me by telnet, not used to doing much more than reading the stats as shown by the router, could you explain to a layman what you mean by telnet please?

Edited by jac2285 (Mon 23-May-11 23:54:08)

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