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device_list [2021/09/22 23:49]
djk44883 old revision restored (2021/09/22 17:53)
device_list [2021/11/12 00:47]
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   * ''brX'' is a bridge (representing the LAN).   * ''brX'' is a bridge (representing the LAN).
-  * ''ethX'' is an Ethernet physical interface. This name might be used directly, or it might be used indirectly if a bridge/ppp/vpn etc is associated with the interface.+  * ''ethX'' is an Ethernet physical interface. This name might be used directly, or it might be used indirectly if things like a bridge, PPP, or VPN connection are associated with the interface.
   * ''vlanX'' is a virtual interface that will always be related to a physical interface. In the example above, vlan2 represents the WAN interface.   * ''vlanX'' is a virtual interface that will always be related to a physical interface. In the example above, vlan2 represents the WAN interface.
   * ''wlX'' is a wireless radio interface. If you have Virtual Wireless set up you'll probably have several of these depending on the number of radios available in your hardware (2.4 and 5GHz). Virtual wireless interfaces will also appear here. wlX is the syntax for the main Wireless chipset where wlX.X is the naming convention of virtual wireless interfaces.   * ''wlX'' is a wireless radio interface. If you have Virtual Wireless set up you'll probably have several of these depending on the number of radios available in your hardware (2.4 and 5GHz). Virtual wireless interfaces will also appear here. wlX is the syntax for the main Wireless chipset where wlX.X is the naming convention of virtual wireless interfaces.
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 On WiFi-connected devices, the SSID they are connected to will appear under the interface name. On WiFi-connected devices, the SSID they are connected to will appear under the interface name.
  
-In FreshTomato/Linux, device names start at 0. The first WiFi adapter might be named "wl0". The second Ethernet adapter might be named "eth1". Additional instances are created when virtual interfaces are created (secondary SSIDs).+In FreshTomato, device names start at 0. The first WiFi adapter might be named "wl0". The second Ethernet adapter might be named "eth1". Additional instances are created when virtual interfaces are created (secondary SSIDs).
  
 \\ **Media**: In this column, an icon represents the interface on which the device is connected and its connection status. Interface types include: \\ **Media**: In this column, an icon represents the interface on which the device is connected and its connection status. Interface types include:
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 **TX/RX Rate** is the current transmit/receive link speeds between the router and the wireless client device. It is normal for these numbers to go up and down based on the activity level of the client device and the quality/distance of the signal. **TX/RX Rate** is the current transmit/receive link speeds between the router and the wireless client device. It is normal for these numbers to go up and down based on the activity level of the client device and the quality/distance of the signal.
  
-**Lease** displays the time remaining before the DHCP lease expires. If you hover over the lease timenew button appears which allows you to delete the current DHCP lease from the database, and deauthorize the device (if it's connected via WiFi). This can be useful when creating static IP reservations, to cause connected devices to refresh their previously automatically assigned IP to the new, manually reserved one:+**Lease** displays the time remaining before the DHCP lease expires. The lease time text is also hyperlink; clicking on it allows you to delete the current DHCP lease from the database, and deauthorize the device (if it's connected via WiFi). This can be useful when creating static IP reservations, to cause connected devices to refresh their previously automatically assigned IP to the new, manually reserved one:
  
 {{https://wiki.freshtomato.org/lib/plugins/ckgedit/fckeditor/userfiles/image/delete_lease.png?230x144}} \\ {{https://wiki.freshtomato.org/lib/plugins/ckgedit/fckeditor/userfiles/image/delete_lease.png?230x144}} \\
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