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Logs and Statistics on RV016, RV042, RV042G, and RV082 VPN Routers

System Logs keep information regarding all the activity occurring in a network device. These logs are useful for any network administrator because, in case of a failure in the network, the administrator can look at the system logs and and see what went wrong and at what time, which helps her/him to make a better troubleshooting decision. on the other hand, Statistics maintain a record of the current network activity (packets received, sent, dropped). These statistics inform the administrator about the overall performance of your device. This document offers information about System Logs and Statistics on RV016, RV042, RV042G, and RV082 VPN routers, which is critical to understand for administration and troubleshooting purposes.

Logs and Statistics articles:

Port Status Information on RV016, RV042, RV042G and RV082 Routers

System Statistics on RV016, RV042, RV042G and RV082 VPN Routers

System Log Configuration on RV016, RV042, RV042G and RV082 VPN Routers

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Design specs are one thing, implementation another

RV082 v2 Firmware Version: 2.0.2.01-tm

Under Port Management -> Port Status

Port 1:

Port Receive Packet Count  20526381
Port Receive Packet Byte Count  4,154,201,353
Port Transmit Packet Count  16891360
Port Transmit Packet Byte Count

  3,502,741,991

Port Packet Error Count

  5

Port 2:

Port Receive Packet Count  8977951
Port Receive Packet Byte Count  1,207,460,236
Port Transmit Packet Count  21037546
Port Transmit Packet Byte Count

  4,056,881,561

Port Packet Error Count  0

Internet:

Port Receive Packet Count  26590
Port Receive Packet Byte Count  56037
Port Transmit Packet Count  0
Port Transmit Packet Byte Count

  25652

Port Packet Error Count

  0

As  you can see, ports 1 and 2 are reporting 1 to 4 gb of traffic. Yet the  Internet stats show only 56 kb max... seems to be badly broken.

And  is there no way to know the time period of the data counts or reset  them? It is rather pointless without knowing the window of time the  traffic occured in.