I'm looking for a tool that will let me log traffic from my Linksys router. I'm interested in seeing which devices are access thing internet from my home and to see what kind of bandwidth they are pulling down.
I'm thinking of switching to another ISP which is faster and cheaper than who I'm currently with. Only problem is they have data caps. Any way to log inbound/outbound traffic usage with this router so that I can make sure I'm not going to hit monthly limits?
We have a small download limit every month and keep ramming into only days into our billing period. I am trying to identify the culprit but need to find a way to log the traffic of individual IP address (which are all static) on the network to figure out where all the bandwidth is going. Any (preferably free) application that will allow me to monitor this?
Modem connected to NetGear N2000 (older model) Router 192.168.0.1 Family Desktop - 0.2 (Ethernet) My Desktop - 0.3 (Powerline Ethernet) Brothers Laptop - 0.5 (Wireless) My PS3 - .0.30 (Wireless) iPods - (Wireless)
Router only tells me when someone is on and can track total network traffic usage not individual hardware.
I use ASA 5510 and I would like to log VPN traffic ( for example, as soon as a remote user try to connect to the asa). I would like this log be send to a specific mail address. I already configure Email Logging for severity ( level 3) and it works well.
I am using firmware version 1.0.04 build 6.I am having a few issues viewing the log; the incoming, outgoing and security logs are completely blank, the DHCP log is the only one populated.Even though it's populated, the time stamp displays the date as Jan 1 1970, time appears fine if I use UDT (Time is set to Mountain), the Router Status correctly displays the current time for my location.I vaguely remember the other logs worked with a previous firmware 1.0.03? Don't recall if the Date Time stamp was working correctly.
I'm encountering what I think is an issue on logging system on FW ASA 5520 - Asa Version 8.4(2), ASDM version 6.4(5). When I disabled the logging inside a rule from ASDM, or from console with the "log disable" option inside ACL, If I check in ASDM logging real time window I continue to see all the entry related to disabled rules. This is a correct behaviour about ASA logging ? How I can "hide" the entry related to disabled rules (this is what I need for troubleshooting purposes) ?
I am trying to configure my connectivity settings on my E6500. I enter 192.168.1.1 and the logon screen comes up. I have tried logging in with my user name and password and also disconnecting the internet and logging in the router password. After I log in, 98% of the time it says Router Not Found You are not connected to your router. It is funny that it is telling me this since this webpage is provided from the router since i have unplugged the internet. Even with the internet on, it does the same thing.
The times it does load the homepage of the router, I click on connectivity and when it does come up, the page is just blank with Ok, Cancel, and Apply buttons.I have done a reset on the router and reconfigured it with the CD and tried all the above again and same results.
I don't remember this being a problem when i first setup the router, it appears that a new firmware was automatically installed. I do not see any info on this being a known issue with the latest firmware.
Have a few of these routers internally as well as at various clients. The incoming and outgoing logs show up blank, even when there are 10-20 computers using the Internet and I know there is traffic being generated. DHCP and security logging still works fine. I also have a few E1200s on the latest firmware that are logging just fine... I'm just having issues with the E2500s.
Cox Communications comes into the house over an RG6 cable to a a 2-way splitter, one leg amplified for TVs, the other leg straight to a Linksys BEFCMU10 cable modem for internet access. The modem is connected to a Linksys WRT54GL router for the PCs.
BEFCMU10: Hardware Version = v1.0; Software Version = v22.214.171.124.7 WRT54GL: Hardware Version = v1.1; Software Version = v4.30.11
The WRT54GL firmware is stock Linksys code which can log addresses but not errors (as far as I can determine). Is there a WRT54GL firmware lump I can flash into my device that logs network errors it encounters between itself and the BEFCMU10 and that it might be informed of by the BEFCMU10 in its dealings with Cox? I'd want to read that log through the WRT's web UI; ideally I'd want to upload it to my PC. If the firmware logs errors on/from its other ports as well.I need it to sort out what Cox tells me are numerous "modem resets" that they're seeing at their end.The resets are the apparent cause of big slowdowns, we see on our end.By the way, yesterday a Cox tech replaced the 2-way splitter and the short coax from it to my modem, then measured signal strength and said it was in the middle of the "okay range".
I have Comcast internet and a DLink DIR-655 router. I have a laptop, Playstation 3 and 2 Blackberrys hooked up on my wifi. I also think my neighbor is using or trying ot use my wifi.I need a software program or piece of hardware that will allow logging of the URL's that are requested through my router.I currently use OpenDNS, and the service itself is pretty good. However, it doesn't tell which user is requesting which URL, and if a website is visited with 10 ads on it, it also shows the URL's for the ad hosting company, even though they didn't actually type that URL in.
Network newbie here asking an embarrassing question on logging We have a Cisco router with the following IOS version. I want to enable logging; so do I need to configure event-log enable before adding the following logging configuration?
One of our client has a Cisco IOS router 2851 with Zone Based Firewalls, enabled.
We tried to configure the router to receive the logs and we receive it in the following format: <189>45: *Apr 11 11:22:14.757: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by vty0 (10.151.xxx.xxx)<190>46: *Apr 11 11:23:13.109: %FW-6-DROP_PKT: Dropping tcp session 10.151.xxx.xxx:1908 212.58.xxx.xxx:80 due to RST inside current window with ip ident 0<189>47: *Apr 11 11:38:02: %SYS-5-CONFIG_I: Configured from console by vty0 (10.151.xxx.xxx)<190>48: *Apr 11 11:40:57: %FW-6-DROP_PKT: Dropping tcp session 10.151.xxx.xxx:2062 74.115.xxx.xxx:80 on zone-pair Outbound class CMAP_Inspect_Out due to Stray Segment with ip ident 0
However, we support the following format:
<190>3711348: 3711346: Jul 23 15:29:xxx.xxx IST: %FW-6-SESS_AUDIT_TRAIL_START: Start https session: initiator (172.16.14.71:2721) -- responder (132.183.xxx.xxx:443)<190>3711349: 3711347: Jul 23 15:29:59.465 IST: %FW-6-DROP_PKT: Dropping Other session 65.209.xxx.xxx:2721 126.96.36.199:443 due to RST inside current window with ip ident 49293 tcpflags 0x5014 seq.no 1653005683 ack 1796295020<190>3711350: 3711348: Jul 23 15:30:04.377 IST: %FW-6-SESS_AUDIT_TRAIL: Stop https session: initiator (172.16.xxx.xxx:2721) sent 807 bytes -- responder (132.183.xxx.xxx:443) sent 2062 bytes
What are the exact steps required to recieve the above format? If the logging needs to be enabled on Access Lists, need exact commands, from the console config mode?
I have an E2500 configured inside my network. It is configured to give wireless PCs (This subnet is connected to a Lan port with 10.30.0.0 address) another subnet than wired PCs (this subnet is connected to Wan port 192.168.0.0). Since i configured i can access from wireless PCs to servers and PCs in the wired subnet but cannot access from wired computers from to wireless PCs. I suppouse it is because traffic is restricted from Wan to Lan.
I have been researching this for some time now and I can't find a solution to fit my needsI'm deployed in Afghanistan and on the base the local company they brought in has a hard wired network setup which makes you log in for internet. I want to setup wireless off of that with my own router and charge a smaller price. I know this sounds bad but they charge a pretty absurd amount. I would like to lessen that amount for the guys in my unit by splitting the price between everyone. I would like to make it look good though.
The login for the existing internet is a web based login. So, what I have come across so far is I need a router that will support logging into a web based login and support a landing page that will charge/ accept Paypal payments for new accounts and will expiredaily/weekly/monthly based on what they choose. I would like to set this up like you as a customer were loging in at a regular hot spot if that makes sense.
I have a problem with my new Galaxy S2 and getting Internet connection trough my Linksys-router. I can connect to the router and my S2 shows and says my WIFI-connection is OK. But still I can't get any Internet-traffic to my S2.The wireless router is working OK for my old IPhone and MacBook Pro, but not for my S2. I have tried the S2 on other wireless access points, and it is working fine.I have tried a lot of different wireless settings, but nothing seems to fix the problem.From my S2 I can ping the IP-addresses of the router, all DNS, gateway and IP-address of the router. I can also ping the phones IP-address from my router. But I can't ping anything "outside" the router.Here are some data:
I've got an IPTV network with Bell FibeTV with Motorola VIP1216 (the DVR master) and VIP1200 (slave) cable boxes. All the coax cables in my walls form a wired ethernet network instead of a cable TV network. To get better wireless coverage in my home, I've set up routers as wireless access points at each of the cable boxes. Essentially I've plugged the router into the ethernet bridge of the cable boxes, and disabled DHCP and gave it a static IP and did all things I needed to do to disable all the routing capabilities and make it into a switch (here's what I did, step by step: [url...]). So when I go from one room to another, I just select a new wireless access point to get maximum signal strength and speed.
I just got optical fiber installed in my place which gives me great download speeds. Now my ISP has a monthly download limit of 120GB, after that I gotta pay overages.Now my setup is like this: Fiber modem (1 port) -> Linksys E3000 router (4 ports + wifi).All my gear is hooked up to the Linksys router (xbox, ps3, media center, office pc & 2 laptops).I would like to keep track of the total "internet" bandwidth use of all devices, but exclude the normal network traffic, as that of course I don't pay for.Is there something that I can install on the Linksys router that can keep track of that kinda of information? router (4 ports + wifi).
My RV016 does not seem to route traffic that does not originate from the subent that it sits on. For example, I have my RV016 on 192.168.1.1 and a gateway to 192.168.2.0/24 is at 192.168.1.2. None of the traffic originating in 192.168.2.0 is routed by the RV016. I have checked the routing tables and ACLs with no luck. I know the traffic is hitting the RV016 because I setup a packet sniffer. The packets just simply die there. Is this a limitation of the RV016 only being assigned to a single class C? Does it also ignore all internal traffic not from that class C even if the ACLs are open?
if the firewall rules in the RVL200 work for inter LAN routing as well as LAN<->WAN? I need 2 separate networks in a house, 1 for business 1 for family, and I want to only allow my IP on network 1 (family net,10.0.0.0/24) access to network 2 (business net 10.0.1.0/24). I want this as if I change rooms were a access point for business is not available I can use the home net and specific IP to access certain business net IPs. I saw you can turn inter vlan routing on or off, but it wasn't clear on firewall rules.know of a similar router in cost but with gige instead of 100Mb ports?
link where to download user manual and/or Technical manual for Linksys RV042 Dual WAN VPN RouterDoes the Linksys RV042 Dual WAN VPN Router AGGREGATE the bandwidth of the two WAN Ports for LAN use or how does it operate?Does it manage traffic on Layer 7 (Application Layer);can i configure say, yahoo messenger traffic to take priority over youtube traffic or http traffic over download/upload traffic or such?Does it have DYNAMIC bandwidth allocation/management feature?Can i Guaranteed Bandwidth Allocation for a particular user or IP Address?Does it have TCP Ack Prioritization feature?Can i direct site(s) traffic,say cisco.com and/or port or service to use a particular WAN port?If this product cannot handle this features?
Loss connection every day for several hours and just comes back. Reset router than works fine. Only about six months old. Found several forums staing the same problem. I have a RV016 16 port VPN router. What can I do?
In our USA office we have a RV042 router and in Venezuela we have a RV082 router. We have connected a VPN tunnel (gateway-to-gateway) between both offices.
The point is: How could we redirect the internet traffic from our Venezuela office (RV082) to the USA Office (RV042) to navigate using USA public IP's?
The reason for this is that we need to use online streaming services which are only available for IP's from USA and we can't use them from the Venezuelan IP's.
We can not use the PPTP option since the equipment which will use the streaming services (like hulu, crackle, etc.) in Venezuela is a Google TV device which doesn't allow the configuration of proxy navegation or PPTP VPN connections itself. That's the reason why we need to do that through the routers.
The manual states how to create an inbound traffic policy but if you follow the directions there is no place to select inbound traffic.From the manual: To Create an Inbound Traffic Policy1. Enter a Policy Name in the field provided. SelectInbound Traffic as the Policy Type.2. Enter the IP Address from which you want to block.Select the Protocol: TCP, UDP, or Both. Enter the portnumber or select Any. Enter the IP Address to whichyou want to block.3. Select Deny or Allow as appropriate.4. By selecting the appropriate setting next to Days andTime, choose when the Inbound Traffic will be filtered.5. Lastly, click the Save Settings button to activate thepolicy.When finished making your changes on this tab, click theSave Settings button to save these changes, or click theCancel Changes button to undo your changes.I want to filter out a range of ip addresses from trying to connect to my network.
I have an RV042 router and I'm looking to monitor the total upstream and downstream traffic from within the router. I know there is tons of software that I can put on a netowrk computer to monitor traffic, but is there any software that I can put on the router itself that will monitor the traffic from within the router?
I am trying to allow PPTP traffic through my Linksys WRT320n to a PPTP VPN server on my home network.The Linksys WRT320n is running firmware 1.0.05 build 002Mar 31, 2011.I have created a Port Forwarding rule on the Linksys to allow TCP & UDP port 1723 through to my internal IP of the PPTP VPN server,but everytime I try to connect with a PPTP client from outside of my network I get a connection error on the client.Checking the PPTP VPN servers logs I see the following errors (Please note all IP's have been masked) Mar 2 11:15:07 ap-01 pptpd: CTRL: Client x.x.x.x control connection startedMar 2 11:15:07 ap-01 pptpd: CTRL: Starting call (launching pppd, opening GRE)Mar 2 11:15:07 ap-01 pppd: pppd 2.4.4 started by root, uid 0Mar 2 11:15:37 ap-01 pppd: Exit.Mar 2 11:15:37 ap-01 pptpd: GRE: read(fd=8,buffer=41fe30,len=8196) from PTY failed: status = -1 error = Input/output error, usually caused by unexpected termination of pppd, check option syntax and pppd logsMar 2 11:15:37 ap-01 pptpd: CTRL: PTY read or GRE write failed (pty,gre)=(8,9)Mar 2 11:15:37 ap-01 pptpd: CTRL: Reaping child PPPMar 2 11:15:37 ap-01 pptpd: CTRL: Client x.x.x.x control connection finished
From looking at the above errors, it seems as if the Linksys isn't forwarding GRE through to my PPTP server.I have tried various settings, including enabling and disabling the PPTP Passthrough option on the Linksysbut still can't get PPTP to work.What is the correct way to get GRE traffic forwarded through the Linksys?