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System Statistics on RV016, RV042, RV042G and RV082 VPN Routers
System Statistics is a record which contains the information about the device name, status, network traffic of the wired and wireless connections on a network device. This document explains how to view the system statistics on RV016, RV042, RV042G and RV082 VPN Routers.
• RV016 • RV042 • RV042G • RV082
View System Statistics
Step 1. Log in to the Router utility configuration and choose Log > System Statistics. The System Statistics page opens:
Statistics appear for each interface, such as LAN, WAN1, WAN2 or DMZ.
The following fields are displayed.
• Device Name —Port ID that the interface uses.
• Status — Port status in the interface. The possible values are Connected, Disconnected, Enabled, or Disabled.
• IP Address — IP address of the interface.
• MAC Address — MAC address of device that it is connected to the interface..
• Subnet Mask — Subnet mask that the connected device uses.
• Default Gateway —The default gateway that the connected device uses.
• DNS — The DNS server for DNS name resolution.
• Received Packets — Number of packets received through the specific interface.
• Sent Packets — Number of packets sent through the specific interface.
• Total Packets — Total number of packets sent and received through the specific interface
• Received Bytes — Number of bytes received through the specific interface.
• Sent Bytes — Number of bytes sent through the specific interface.
• Total Bytes — Total number of bytes sent and received through the specific interface.
• Error Packets Received — Number of error packets received through the specific interface.
• Dropped Packets Received — Number of received packets that were dropped.
Step 2. (Optional)To update the data, click Refresh.