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is there any complete and working package existing for openwrt in the meantime? Or at least a more detailed tutorial how to compile it (for beginners)?
By default, the Linux kernel does not force itself to use the IP-Address assigned to a particular interface for use in ARP requests on that interface. The rational -- as it seems to me—is that all IP-Addresses assigned to any interface on the same host belong to that host, so it shouldn't matter which address is used in an ARP request. Try sysctl -w ...
It sounds like what happens when two devices on the same network have been given the same IP address. Check both devices and ensure that they have different IP addresses.
I assume these counters (eth0, eth1) refer to layer 2 data. Thus the eth1 traffic would be the ppp0 traffic plus the PPPoE overhead. Furthermore Ethernet transfer has collisions (as shown in your output), virtual interface traffic doesn't. Another source for traffic increase is the MSS handling (for TCP). I.e. the router sends ICMP packets which have not ...
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