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Method to get Wireless IP address from WR11

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Is there a method to get Info from the WR11 via an API or some other IP based method to get things like IP address and Data Received/Data Sent.
asked Jul 21, 2020 in Digi TransPort Cellular by shmorgan New to the Community (0 points)

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Hi and Welcome to Digi Forums.

You can obtain information directly from a Digi routers via its web interface or CLI, see our documentation here: https://www.digi.com/support/productdetail?pid=5644&type=documentation

If you do not have a way to talk to it directly, the best and easiest way would be to use our Digi Remote Manager platform which would allow you to send API requests to the platform and obtain such information.

You can get information about Digi Remote Manager here: https://www.digi.com/products/iot-software-services/digi-remote-manager and documentation is available once you are logged in.

If you have any further issues or need assistance, please reach out to our Support Team at tech.support@digi.com

Thank you


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answered Jul 24, 2020 by alexbdigi Community Contributor (64 points)
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You can get that information from CLI or via SMS (CLI) also.

If you have texting on your data plan, and the WR11 supports SMS.

Then under Configuration - Network > Interfaces > Mobile, SMS Settings:

Enable "Poll for incoming SMS messages"

Enable "Send received SMS messages to the command interpreter"

Enable "Enable command replies via SMS"

Set "SMS access level: Super" or what ever level desired.

In the table for "Allow CLI commands from the following SMS numbers." Put in the number you wish to have SMS CLI - (I had to include a 1 before number, ex. 12025551212)

If you sent the command: pppstat 1
the reply will include the IP address

For Data counters:
at\mibs=ppp.1.stats.txbytes = PPP Tx Bytes

at\mibs=ppp.1.stats.rxbytes = PPP Rx Bytes

at\mibs=ppp.1.dlim.totdata = PPP total Tx & Rx Bytes
answered Aug 22, 2020 by Bryonhu Seasoned Professional (197 points)
edited Aug 23, 2020 by Bryonhu