It doesn't look like SNMP is working at all on the RV082 router. First off, the router has 10 ports, only 9 ports show (We are using WAN1, not WAN2, but WAN2 is not disabled). The next issue is I am getting statistics for eth0 & eth1 only, and both these ports are showing almost the same bandwidth stats. I looked in CACTI and I can see that eth0 has the local 192.168.3.1 address associated with it, not sure why, as 192.168.3.1 is not associated to an interface. Eth1 must be the WAN1 interface, because I see the public ip address assigned to it. So all I am really getting is the total bandwidth which is showing the same on both these interfaces. I cannot see any statistics on any other interfaces and I have two computers hooked up and two ip phones. Any help is much appreciated.
I don't see the version of SNMP, where can I find that? I do have the latest version of the router's firmware 4.2.2.08. Is the SNMP firmware separate from the router firmware? I never did the SNMP firmware, but made sure to do the 4.2.2.08 and under this firmware is where I see issues with SNMP.
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