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Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Impala1ss, Jun 30, 2018.

  1. Impala1ss

    Impala1ss Member

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    I know about computers but I do not know about networks. I have - through ATT- three ways to access the internet, and it to have it access me, through my modem/router. I have 3 Channels (?), a 2.4 GHz(My SSID), a 2.4 GHz Guest (My SSID-guest) and a 5GHz (my SSID). I have put my MS on the guest network and it seems to be working.

    I just got the latest update (was 7 updates back before SC pushed the latest (at that time) update to my car a month ago. Two nights ago I received the very latest update (2018.24.1 12dd099) so it appears things are working as supposed to. Looking at my modem's software ( 192.168.X.XX) I see that for the Guest network bytes were received and sent. Here's what this looks like:

    2.4GHz Guest ATT2EuR6TX_guest Transmit 1945149050 1694222 1 0
    ATT2EuR6TX_guest Receive 254662809 1056084 0 0

    Why is the Transmit quantity (Bytes) more than the Receive quantity? Shouldn't it be reversed ? more received than transmitted?

    Can anybody help a network clutz?




     
  2. Jhelin

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    The router probably counts from its own perspective, it has transmitted more bytes to wireless clients (the car) than it has received from said clients.
     
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  3. obie_fl

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    Most days my Model S transmits much more outgoing then it receives unless it gets an update. Reporting back to the mothership I guess.
     

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