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Updated:December 11, 2018
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Port Statistics on SPA100 Series
The Port Statistics page shows a wide range of important port information that can be helpful for troubleshooting to see what went wrong and where. The implementation of a preventive approach to monitor the port helps the administrator detect problems early and to avoid potential problems. Being able to view the statistics and certain port settings are necessary in maintaining the device. The administrator has complete visibility into the status of the ports for example if the port is blocked or it is unable to forward the packets. Such problems can be identified through this page. The objective of this article is to view port status on the device about the input packets, output packets, errors, broadcast and multicast that takes place on the SPA100 Series devices.
• SPA100 Series
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Status > Port Statistics. The Port Statistics page opens:
The Port Statistics page displays the following fields:
• Input (pkts) — The total number of packets that are received by the port.
• Output (pkts) — The total number of packets that are sent by the port.
• Input Errors — The total number of errors that are received from the incoming traffic.
• Input Broadcasts — The total number of broadcast messages that are received by the interface.
• Output Broadcasts — The total number of broadcast messages that are sent by the interface.
• Input Multicasts — The total number of multicast messages that are received by the interface.
• Output Multicasts — The total number of multicast messages that are sent by the interface.