2.0.3 Incorrect OUT Speed in Traffic Graphs
Guest last edited by
Upgraded to 2.0.3 just now.
Traffic Graphs show 2x the upload speed.
i.e. Speedtest shows ~8Mbps, Traffic Graphs show ~16Mbps
This wasn't so in 2.0.2, and nothing else changed.
In Changes for 2.0.3 there is "Fix 'out' packet count reporting"
Is this the problem?
The connection in questions is PPoE via VLAN/Bridged DSL.
Aaron M last edited by
It also appears that the "in/out" are swapped as well for the graphs. WAN appears ok, but LAN and OPT1 are backwards.
cmb last edited by
It also appears that the "in/out" are swapped as well for the graphs.
It isn't in your screenshots. Download speed is out on internal interfaces, in on WAN.
phil.davis last edited by
When reading both the graphs and the bandwidth-by-IP table, always think of In/Out with respect to the interface or IP address reported. Then the In/Out makes sense.
e.g. when doing a big download:
WAN graph - In is high
WAN IP bandwidth table entry, In is high.
LAN graph - Out is high (traffic is going Out of LAN interface to the device receiving the download)
IP entry for device on LAN -In is high - the device receiving the download is getting a lot of traffic in.
(No comment on the OP about speed figures - I don't have a 2.0.3 system any more to do a real test)