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Interface configurations

Hi CheckMates,


I would like to ask how can i check the interface configurations, status, link speeds on CP770 with R77.20.87?

I noticed we that the ethtool command is not working on the interfaces except DMZ, eth0 and eth2 but i also dont know on what interfaces do eth0 and eth2 is used or integrated. 

[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# ethtool -g WAN
Ring parameters for WAN:
Cannot get device ring settings: Operation not supported

[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# ethtool -g LAN1
Ring parameters for LAN1:
Cannot get device ring settings: Operation not supported

is there a way around this? or can this be enabled on all interfaces? By the way this is working normally on 1500 series on R80.20.10.

I have a command on clish which is "show internet-connections" but the output is confusing for example there are so many link speed.

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ifconfig not good enough for you ?
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hi HristoGrigorov,


we would like to validate the configuration on the WAN interface with the output from the commands like ethtool, ethtool -S, ethtool -g, netstat -ni but failed to get the details as we are experiencing RX-Drops on WAN interface.

[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# ifconfig WAN
WAN Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:1C:7F:92:23:E4
inet addr: Bcast: Mask:
RX packets:142341 errors:0 dropped:7187 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:154836 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:0
RX bytes:31646801 (30.1 MiB) TX bytes:58493240 (55.7 MiB)


[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# ethtool -g WAN
Ring parameters for WAN:
Cannot get device ring settings: Operation not supported
[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# ethtool -S WAN
no stats available
[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# ethtool WAN
Settings for WAN:
No data available
[Expert@Gateway-ID-MAYAPA]# netstat -ni
netstat: invalid option -- 'i'
BusyBox v1.28.3 (2019-05-23 14:00:45 IDT) multi-call binary.

Usage: netstat [-ral] [-tuwx] [-enWp]

Display networking information

-r Routing table
-a All sockets
-l Listening sockets
Else: connected sockets
-t TCP sockets
-u UDP sockets
-w Raw sockets
-x Unix sockets
Else: all socket types
-e Other/more information
-n Don't resolve names
-W Wide display
-p Show PID/program name for sockets

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I do not think the device driver can provide needed info which in my opinion is why it is not supported. 

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Is this something that can be raised to RnD for RFE? we really need those statistics

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Well, you can try but afaik this firmware is already in maintenance so not very likely to be extended with new features.

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