Router Model: TL-WR940ND v4
Kernel: Linux 3.18.108 #14203 Sun May 13 03:50:22 CEST 2018 mips
FirmWare: v3.0-r35927 std ( 05/13/18 )
Previous: v3.0-r35916 std ( 05/11/18 )
Status:OK; Reset: No; Errors:None So Far;
-> Wifi Speeds: OK
-> NTP: OK
-> Configurations ( VAp \ QOS \ DNsMasq ): Ok
Observation: Love the firmware, and all the comunity surrounding it. Very interested in helping in any way that I could. A big thanks for all of your work ! _________________ Today, is allways a Good day!
Atheros: tp-link wr940N - Gateway \ DNSMasq \ AP
Joined: 06 Jun 2006 Posts: 6978 Location: Dresden, Germany
Posted: Tue May 22, 2018 10:02 Post subject:
Router/Version: D-Link DIR-615 E3
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r35927 std (05/13/1
Kernel: Linux 3.10.108-dd #55736 Sun May 13 03:00:47 CEST 2018 mips DD-WRT
Mode: isolated AP / Router Mode / DHCP Forwarder
Reset: telnet in, erase nvram, write dir-xxxx.bin linux, erase nvram, reboot
Issues: Working, with syslog spam as follows.
May 16 22:42:00 dominroutrix user.info : Maybe dhcpfwd had died, we need to re-exec it
May 16 22:42:00 dominroutrix user.info : dhcpfwd : dhcp forwarder daemon successfully started
May 16 22:44:00 dominroutrix user.info : Maybe dhcpfwd had died, we need to re-exec it
May 16 22:44:00 dominroutrix user.info : dhcpfwd : dhcp forwarder daemon successfully started
that means the dhcpfwd wasnt started due a config error
please post /tmp/dhcp-fwd/dhcp-fwd.conf
but for sure it can only work if wan is enabled. since its forwarding dhcp from wan port. if wan is disabled, it will not start
sorry for the delay, the requested information is below:
root@dominroutrix:~# cat /tmp/dhcp-fwd/dhcp-fwd.conf
ulimit core 0
ulimit stack 64K
ulimit data 32K
ulimit rss 200K
ulimit nproc 0
ulimit nofile 0
ulimit as 0
if br0 true false true
if false true true
name br0 ws-c
server ip 192.168.1.1
this file clearly shows that you have disabled wan. in lan mode / bridge mode only dhcp-fwd is not required since dhcp will work anyway within the lan network. dhcp forwarding is only required if you want to forward dhcp requests to a dedicaded dhcp server for multiple lan networks on the wan network side.
your configuration not neccessary and it seems that you dont understand what a dhcp forwarder does.
but to explain. a dhcp forwarder can be used in networks with muliple segments but just a single remote central dhcp server is providing all the addresses in your big network.
if you use use your router in your typical lan networks and all the routers are bridged in the same segment, dhcp forward has nothing todo. dhcp packets will pass the bridges without it anyway _________________ "So you tried to use the computer and it started smoking? Sounds like a Mac to me.." - Louis Rossmann https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL_5YDRWqGE&t=60s
your screenshot shows that your router is a archer c58 and not a wr1043 v5
By "Image is only for explain the problem," 2odem meant that the popup message seen is the same as that, not that it was their own screenshot. They should have just cropped that screenshot to show the lower part, and avoid confusion.