Datto Networking App: Routers

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This article describes the information available about Datto routers in the Datto Networking App.

Environment

  • Datto Routers
  • Datto Networking App

Description

The Datto Networking App provides a mobile insight into any router in your network, and displays the router's overall health, the status of each WAN and LAN port, and more.

Procedure

1. In the Networks page, scroll down to the network that houses your router, and select Routers.

Figure 1: Selecting Routers (click to enlarge)

If you have multiple routers in your network, select the one you wish to view information about.

Navigating and Options

The top of the page provides two buttons:

Figure 2: Navigation options (click to enlarge)

A. Press this icon to return to the previous page.
B. Pressing this icon will display a prompt to edit the name of your router.

For each router, the app segments the information available about routers into three tabbed sections:

Overview

The Overview tab provides a general summary of router health and statistics.

Health

Screenshot_1528308407__2_.pngFigure 3: Health (click to enlarge)

A. Last Check-in: Displays the last time the device checked-in to our servers
B. Check-in History: Displays a graphical timeline of device check-ins
C. Uptime: Displays how long the device has been powered on

Statistics

Figure 4: Statistics (click to enlarge)

A. Clients: Displays the number of connected client devices
B. Usage: Displays an overall average of connected client data usage, download, and upload
C. Traffic: Displays a graphical timeline of connected client download and upload usage

System

 Figure 5: System (click to enlarge)

A. Network: Displays the network the device is associated with
B. MAC Address: Displays the MAC Address of the device
C. WAN IP Address: Displays the WAN IP address of the device
D. Firmware Version: Displays the firmware the device is currently running

WAN

The WAN tab displays information about router WAN ports and their configured settings.

WAN Ports

Figure 6: WAN Ports (click to enlarge)

A. Ethernet: Displays the status of the router's Ethernet WAN port, and what port number it is assigned
B. SFP: Displays the status of the router's SFP WAN port, and what port number it is assigned
C. LTE: Displays the operational status of the router's LTE modem

Pressing any WAN port will display the following information:

Figure 7: WAN Port settings (click to enlarge)

WAN Settings

Figure 8: WAN Settings (click to enlarge)

A. Connection Type: Displays the connection type the primary WAN interface is using
B. DNS Servers: Displays the DNS servers the primary WAN interface using

LAN

The LAN tab displays information about router LAN ports and their configured settings.

LAN Ports

Figure 9: LAN Ports (click to enlarge)

For each port available on the router, the LAN Ports section will display the port number, if the port is active or inactive, and if PoE (Power over Ethernet) is enabled or disabled.

Pressing any port will display the following information:

Figure 10: LAN Port settings (click to enlarge)

A. Enabled: Displays if the port is enabled or disabled
B. Link Mode/Speed: Displays configured link mode and speed of the port

LAN Settings

Figure 11: LAN Settings (click to enlarge)

The LAN Settings section displays each LAN configuration on the router, alongside the ports assigned to the LAN. Pressing a LAN configuration will display the following information:

Figure 12: Per LAN configuration (click to enlarge)

A. LAN IP: Displays the configured LAN IP (default gateway) of the LAN
B. Subnet Mask: Displays the configured subnet mask of the LAN
C. DHCP Pool Start: Displays the first IP address that is part of the configured DHCP pool of the LAN
D. DHCP Pool End: Displays the last IP address that is part of the configured DHCP pool of the LAN


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