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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 16:23    Post subject: Reply with quote
kernel-panic69 wrote:
mbze430 wrote:
Anyone know why this is happening?

I am using my ASUS AC3200 as an Access Point

Code:
May 19 17:04:06 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:07 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address
May 19 17:04:08 AC3200 kern.warn kernel: br0: received packet on eth2 with own address as source address


I'm getting the same thing every so often in the syslog. If I'm not mistaken, that is the 5GHz interface on mine (actually, I think it's dual-band on the E4200 Linksys?). That could be part of the problem with NAS/wland, perhaps?


you have a loopback in your network

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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 18:41    Post subject: Reply with quote
BrainSlayer wrote:

you have a loopback in your network


Any suggestions on what would cause that? I'm testing a different configuration than what I had since my NAS crash post above since I think that udhcpd and dnsmasq were conflicting each other in the previous configuration. I'm wondering if the previous configuration could've been culprit to that specific syslog entry. Leaning on the old rule of thumb (RTFM) to figure out what works and what doesn't Wink

Thank you for all of your (and all the developers') hard work on this firmware. Hoping you were able to look at my syslog attachment in the other post and that it helps.

EDIT: Configuration change seems to have solved the problems I was having. Been streaming internet radio all day over wi-fi, woke up to wake up and get ready for work tonight, and things weren't misbehaving or broken. DNSMasq and udhcpd were clobbering each other and breaking DNS resolution because I didn't have DNSMasq (completely) configured properly, apparently. Since I don't need local DNS translation of any sort, I changed configuration to what it should've been in the first place. Default configuration to use DNSMasq for DHCP is a broken mess unless you configure DNSMasq and everything else properly (of course, it was mainly breaking wi-fi and Windows 10 v1803, but?).
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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 20:41    Post subject: There shure have been a lot of really bad builds lately!!! Reply with quote
Not to harp or anything but there have been some really sloppy builds lately coming from BrainSlayer! Could you please at least try to be a little bit more careful when you code Bro?!? There have been too many quick, "I gotta get that in there!" changes without any, "Hey does that even work?" Just saying... Cool
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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2018 22:40    Post subject: Re: There shure have been a lot of really bad builds lately! Reply with quote
twindragon6 wrote:
Not to harp or anything but there have been some really sloppy builds lately coming from BrainSlayer! Could you please at least try to be a little bit more careful when you code Bro?!? There have been too many quick, "I gotta get that in there!" changes without any, "Hey does that even work?" Just saying... Cool


Dont know what to think of your "sloppy" remark. Its not the job of the sw developer to "make sure it works". Thats our job. We are the Beta testers here and its our jobs to provide feedback about the beta software when its not working.

If you not happy to be part of this beta test program then perhaps you should be asking yourself why you running the SW in the first place. Just saying ...

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 1:58    Post subject: Re: There shure have been a lot of really bad builds lately! Reply with quote
doniNZ74 wrote:
twindragon6 wrote:
Not to harp or anything but there have been some really sloppy builds lately coming from BrainSlayer! Could you please at least try to be a little bit more careful when you code Bro?!? There have been too many quick, "I gotta get that in there!" changes without any, "Hey does that even work?" Just saying... Cool


Dont know what to think of your "sloppy" remark. Its not the job of the sw developer to "make sure it works". Thats our job. We are the Beta testers here and its our jobs to provide feedback about the beta software when its not working.

If you not happy to be part of this beta test program then perhaps you should be asking yourself why you running the SW in the first place. Just saying ...


Sounds like someone has a ton of money just burning a hole in their pocket to donate hardware to be tested in-house...
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 6:01    Post subject: Re: There shure have been a lot of really bad builds lately! Reply with quote
doniNZ74 wrote:
Dont know what to think of your "sloppy" remark. Its not the job of the sw developer to "make sure it works". Thats our job. We are the Beta testers here and its our jobs to provide feedback about the beta software when its not working.

If you not happy to be part of this beta test program then perhaps you should be asking yourself why you running the SW in the first place. Just saying ...

To be fair, developers have to maintain reasonable quality for the software they are working on. You just cannot blame users for all problems. Users are users, testers are testers, developers are developers.

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 13:02    Post subject: Re: There sure have been a lot of really bad builds lately! Reply with quote
mwchang wrote:
To be fair, developers have to maintain reasonable quality for the software they are working on. You just cannot blame users for all problems. Users are users, testers are testers, developers are developers.


I honestly don't think I could even come close to trying to support the amount of hardware this project does with the code being perfect for each and every piece of hardware. That being said, I applaud the efforts of everyone involved in the development of this firmware. I would also go on to say that technically, since there has been no official stable release in 10 years (?), we're all beta test users trying to help the process along to the next round of stable releases....
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 16:42    Post subject: Re: There sure have been a lot of really bad builds lately! Reply with quote
kernel-panic69 wrote:
mwchang wrote:
To be fair, developers have to maintain reasonable quality for the software they are working on. You just cannot blame users for all problems. Users are users, testers are testers, developers are developers.


I honestly don't think I could even come close to trying to support the amount of hardware this project does with the code being perfect for each and every piece of hardware. That being said, I applaud the efforts of everyone involved in the development of this firmware. I would also go on to say that technically, since there has been no official stable release in 10 years (?), we're all beta test users trying to help the process along to the next round of stable releases....


I think maybe you got the wrong impression from my post. I wasn't slamming the DD-WRT project! I love DD-WRT and have been using it for years! I have an R7000 and have been looking at the http://svn.dd-wrt.com/timeline for something semi-stable to upgrade to! Lately the code has been so jacked up that even the Kong builds are even having issues! http://desipro.de/ddwrt/K3-AC-Arm/
And Kong has reasonably clean code! Maybe BrainSlayer needs to try a different debugger like STACK or something! http://css.csail.mit.edu/stack/ Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 17:59    Post subject: D-Link DIR-880L Reply with quote
Hello all,

Router/Version: DLINK DIR-880L
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r35927 std (05/13/18)
Kernel: Linux 4.4.131 #3081 SMP Sun May 13 07:27:31 CEST 2018 armv7l
Mode/Status: Access Point (AP), Wired Working
Reset: NO reset during firmware upgrade
Issues/Errors: None so far.

Issues fixed for me, port forwarding with blank source addresses no longer kills WAN (present in r35681).

All stable so far.

Misc info
    VPN passthrough
    Firewall enabled
    12 Port forwards defined
    2.5 & 5Ghz radios in use. very low error rates and stable connections.





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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 19:54    Post subject: Re: There sure have been a lot of really bad builds lately! Reply with quote
twindragon6 wrote:
Lately the code has been so jacked up that even the Kong builds are even having issues! http://desipro.de/ddwrt/K3-AC-Arm/
And Kong has reasonably clean code! Maybe BrainSlayer needs to try a different debugger like STACK or something! http://css.csail.mit.edu/stack/ Rolling Eyes


Have you reported any of these issues? Perhaps even mentioning them may be a good start so that others here can try and help.

Better debuggers will not solve hardware compatibility issues with SW. There are simply too many hardware variants to test. As kernel-panic69 already mentioned, its an impossible task for a developer.

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 21:20    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Asus RT-AC88U
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r35927 std ( 05/13/18 )
Kernel: 4.4.124 #2813 SMP Mon Mar 26 07:52:16 CEST 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux
Previous: DD-WRT v3.0-r35531 std ( 03/26/18 )
Mode/Status: Gateway/AP
Reset: NO
Issues/Errors:
Just tried to flash it without success.
Very interesting:
Filesize of r35531 (last working flash) is about 1 MB bigger than r35927.
Something wrong with the "partition layout" for my router?
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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 6:31    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Linksys E4200 v1
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r35927 mega ( 05/13/18 )
Kernel: Linux 3.10.108-dd #19152 Sun May 13 12:33:42 CEST 2018 mips
Reset: No
Mode: AP/Gateway
Status: OK, except random wireless connectivity drop-outs
Issues: So, I was looking through Event Viewer on my Win10v1803 desktop that is connected via 5GHz wi-fi and saw several entries like this over the past month. I do not have JFFS2 enabled, so JFFS2 is not being used for the DHCP client lease DB, nor do I have "Use NVRAM for client lease DB checked on the Sevices -> Services tab of the webGUI. Is this related? I seem to think it is, and it's probably just when the router is rebooted, the lease info is lost, which confuses the heck out of Windows. Just wondering if it's another possible cause of my wi-fi woes.



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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2018 15:17    Post subject: Reply with quote
kernel-panic69 wrote:

Issues: So, I was looking through Event Viewer on my Win10v1803 desktop that is connected via 5GHz wi-fi and saw several entries like this over the past month. I do not have JFFS2 enabled, so JFFS2 is not being used for the DHCP client lease DB, nor do I have "Use NVRAM for client lease DB checked on the Sevices -> Services tab of the webGUI. Is this related? I seem to think it is, and it's probably just when the router is rebooted, the lease info is lost, which confuses the heck out of Windows. Just wondering if it's another possible cause of my wi-fi woes.

Duplicated IP addresses? is your Win PC using static IP? You might wanna limit the range of IP addresses distributed by DD-WRT, so that those static IP addresses would not be handed out?

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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2018 15:18    Post subject: New Build 36006 (BS): 05-23-2018-r36006 Reply with quote
New Build 36006 (BS): 05-23-2018-r36006
https://forum.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=315232


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