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  • #16056
    dodgydrains
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    Did some quick tests on the new FW 45934.  It increased my DL speed on the furthest node to 604Mbps (increase of 60Mbps).  Not complaining at all ……  Just need ASUS to implement the Teams fix.

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    UK Sentinel
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    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #16068
    dodgydrains
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    Nov 4 15:59:04 kernel: ^[[0;33;41m[ERROR archer] archer_mcast_activate,554: ADD_PORT: WLAN SSID has already been added: egress_port 7, current 0x0008, new 0x0008^[[0m

    Any ideas what this error is?  Minute later got a whole bunch of crashlog and lost internet connection

    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: LOG
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: kernel BUG at fs/jffs2/gc.c:375!
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: Internal error: Oops – BUG: 0 [#1] PREEMPT SMP ARM

    I haven’t seen this before, this is on FW 45934.

     

    #16069
    UK Sentinel
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    Looks like an internal kernel is crashing or simular, usual a full factory reset cures these types of faults if it is not a coding error.

    BTW: whats after ‘May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: Internal error: Oops – BUG: 0 [#1] PREEMPT SMP ARM ‘ ?

     

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #16070
    dodgydrains
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    Does this help?  Anything there in the logs that people can use to hack me?

    ay 5 06:05:18 crashlog: LOG
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: kernel BUG at fs/jffs2/gc.c:375!
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: Internal error: Oops – BUG: 0 [#1] PREEMPT SMP ARM
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: Modules linked in: nf_nat_sip init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf126000 – bf1276d0)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_conntrack_sip init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf0fb000 – bf0fddbc)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_nat_h323 init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf0f6000 – bf0f6f50)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_conntrack_h323 init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf0aa000 – bf0ad8d4)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_nat_rtsp init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf02e000 – bf02e830)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_conntrack_rtsp init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf02b000 – bf02c208)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_nat_ftp init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf010000 – bf010228)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: nf_conntrack_ftp init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bf005000 – bf005b88)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: ip6table_nat init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfbdc000 – bfbdc078)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: xt_length init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfbd8000 – bfbd80b4)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: ath3k init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfbd2000 – bfbd2888)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: btusb init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfbc6000 – bfbc9ff4)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: btintel init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfbc2000 – bfbc2198)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: thfsplus(O) init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfba6000 – bfbb1c10)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: tntfs(PO) init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfb1f000 – bfb6d8fc)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: tfat(PO) init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfad0000 – bfb01f54)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: uas init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfac9000 – bfacad48)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: usb_storage init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfab6000 – bfab9820)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: sg init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfaab000 – bfaaee80)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: sd_mod init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa9f000 – bfaa3840)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: scsi_mod init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa70000 – bfa7ea54)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: cdc_mbim init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa6b000 – bfa6ba70)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: qmi_wwan init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa62000 – bfa62674)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: cdc_wdm init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa5d000 – bfa5e5b8)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: cdc_ncm init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa55000 – bfa56fb8)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: rndis_host init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa50000 – bfa50b0c)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: cdc_ether init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa4c000 – bfa4c77c)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: ax88179_178a init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa44000 – bfa46544)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: asix init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa3b000 – bfa3d510)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: libphy init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa30000 – bfa32f84)
    May 5 06:05:18 crashlog: cdc_acm init_addr( (null) – (null)), core_addr(bfa27000 – bfa291fc)

    It carries on and on……

    #16071
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    Nothing hack-able

    I am not an expert, but does seem ARM (Broadcom related) so either wireless or CPU .

    Either way, if this keeps happening, a factory reset is advisable.

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #16072
    dodgydrains
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    Done a factory reset again just in case.  Also sent logs to ASUS.

    #16073
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    Perfect, take the rest of the day off

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #16078
    Jacky Decoster
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    tried latest official 45934. unfortunately, the usuall problems arise again : teams interruptions, RDP sessions disconnects…

    back on ‘safe’ 42095 again, because with beta 46197, I experienced crashes after a couple of days of stability -> needed to completely reboot.

     

    #16079
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    A missed opportunity by ASUS

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #16388
    dodgydrains
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    If anyone is interested in testing ASUSWRT 386 RC3-3 public beta:

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zbP67c9LM-je_w3PEc36ybc_VFddJPPe

    @UKSentinel, any ideas when the Teams fix will be implemented to stable FW?  I sent an email asking, but no reply.

    #16391
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    Thanks for the link, where did you get the link from, just interested I am ?

    Alas no idea regarding Teams fix , I can ask but do try to avoid annoying ASUS to much as they are busy ?

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #16392
    dodgydrains
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    Thanks for the link, where did you get the link from, just interested I am ?

    Got it from ASUSWRT_2020 who usually posts it here:

    https://www.snbforums.com/threads/asuswrt-386-rc3-3-public-beta-for-ipv6-ddns-and-ipv6-vpn-server.75829/#post-725294

    #16393
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    Perfect – just making sure the link source was good

    Good to see these betas cover :

    support model list
    GT-AX11000
    RT-AX92U
    RT-AX82U
    RT-AX68U
    RT-AX56U
    RT-AX55
    TUF-AX5400
    TUF-AX3000
    ZenWiFi ET8
    ZenWiFi XT8
    ZenWiFi XD6
    ZenWiFi XD4

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

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