Broadband Status for the Motorola NVG589Router Sceenshot
Broadband Status Device Broadband Home Network Voice Firewall Diagnostics Status Configure IGMP Stats Broadband Status Broadband Connection Source DSL Broadband Connection Up Broadband IPv4 Address \ Gateway IPv4 Address \ MAC Address \ Primary DNS \ Secondary DNS \ Primary DNS Name \ Secondary DNS Name \ MTU 1500 DSL Status Line 1 Line 2 Line State Up Up Downstream Sync Rate (kbps) 15623 9678 Upstream Sync Rate (kbps) 1014 1014 Downstream Max Attainable Rate (kbps) 23912 15916 Upstream Max Attainable Rate (kbps) 1014 1014 Modulation VDSL2 VDSL2 Data Path Interleaved Interleaved Downstream Upstream Downstream Upstream SN Margin (dB) 5.7 0 14.0 0 Line Attenuation (dB) 41.7 0 41.2 0 Output Power(dBm) 11.9 4.1 12.0 6.8 Errored Seconds 0 0 0 0 Loss of Signal 0 0 0 0 Loss of Frame 0 0 0 0 FEC Errors 1046 0 0 0 CRC Errors 0 0 0 0 Aggregated Information Bonded Downstream Rate 25301 Bonded Upstream Rate 2028 IPv6 Status Available Global Unicast IPv6 Address \ Border Relay IPv4 Address \ IPv4 Statistics Transmit Packets 7655 Transmit Errors 0 Transmit Discards 6 IPv6 Statistics Transmit Packets 1939 Transmit Errors 0 Transmit Discards 0 Help The Broadband Status page displays statistics, status, and current parameter settings of the WAN side of the device. Definitions are given for some of the more commonly used items. Other items are highly technical and meant only for use by service provider technicians. Broadband Connection Source: Indicates which type of WAN connection is specified or currently in use, DSL or ETHERNET. Broadband Connection: The status of the device's WAN connection to the Internet. Broadband IPv4 Address: The public IP address of your device, whether dynamically or statically assigned. Gateway IPv4 Address: Your ISP's gateway router IP address. MAC Address: The MAC Address for the WAN side of the device. Primary DNS: The IP Address of the Primary Domain Name Server. Secondary DNS: The IP Address of the backup Domain Name Server. Primary DNS Name: The hostname of the Primary Domain Name Server. Secondary DNS Name: The hostname of the backup Domain Name Server. MTU: Maximum Transmittable Unit before packets are broken into multiple packets Line State: The physical DSL status. Downstream Sync Rate: The rate at which your connection can download (receive) data on your DSL line. Upstream Sync Rate: The rate at which your connection can upload (send) data on your DSL line. Downstream/Upstream Max Attainable Rates: The maximum possible bitrates achievable for your DSL line. Your current Sync rates may be lower due to the service you have purchased or other factors. Modulation: Method of regulating the DSL signal. DMT (Discrete MultiTone) allows connections to work better when certain radio transmitters are present. Data Path: Type of path used by the device's processor. Downstream and Upstream statistics SN Margin (dB): Signal to noise margin, in decibels. Reflects the amount of unwanted "noise" on the DSL line. Line Attenuation: Amount of reduction in signal strength on the DSL line, in decibels. Output Power: Measure of power output to one milliwatt. Errored Seconds: Checking once per second, the number of times a defect has been detected. Defects include CRC, LOS, SEF, and LPR. Loss of Signal: Number of times loss of signal condition is present for more than 2 consecutive seconds. Loss of Frame: Number of times frames have been recevied with errors for more than 2 consecutive seconds. FEC Errors: (Forwarded Error Correction Errors)Number of times received errored packets were fixed without a retry. CRC Errors: Number of times CRC(Cyclic Redundancy Check) errors have been detected in the data frames. Aggregated Information: The combined rate information of the two bonded lines. IPv6: Status items of the IPv6 WAN. IPv4 Statistics: WAN transmit statistics collected since the last restart of the device. IPv6 Statistics: IPv6 WAN transmit statistics collected since the last restart of the device if IPv6 is enabled. Ethernet Statistics: Statistics from the WAN ethernet port. © 2013 Motorola Mobility Intellectual Property.