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by anonymous
Hi All:

Using ssh I was simply using the command "ip route" to should me which interface the router was using as default.

But I've had two sites that showed eth1 as second in the routing table with a metric of 10 and the wwan0 interface at the top but when when I looked at the Web UI it said its "wired".

Is this possiible/correct?

If so, what command can I use to find out if the traffic is going out the GPRS or wired interface?

Also, what command can I use to find the router name from the ssh console?

Cheers,

John

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by anonymous
Hi,

"ip route" command should correctly display which interface is main WAN.

Could you add a screenshot of your WebUI page and send me troubleshoot file privately.

Troubleshoot can be downloaded from WebUI -> System -> Administration -> Troubleshoot
by anonymous
For the router name: uname -n