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Old 08-14-2017, 08:49 AM   #1
jiwozejy-213
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Can someone figure out what is going with my router?


Hi,

I have Tilgin HG2332 router and I experience wifi disruption from time to time. If I log on the router and get the system log it looks pretty wild. I get the snippet below over and over again and I cannot figure out what it says and what to do to have it go away:

Aug 14 11:10:48 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:10:48 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:10:56 kern.warn kernel: [0420420300] mtlk0(_mtlk_sta_addba_restart_tx_count_tid:347): CID-0000: STA:60:01:94:13B:BF TID=0: Re-starting TX counter
Aug 14 11:10:57 kern.warn kernel: [0420421300] mtlk0(_mtlk_sta_addba_restart_tx_count_tid:347): CID-0000: STA:60:01:94:13B:BF TID=0: Re-starting TX counter
Aug 14 11:11:17 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:11:17 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:11:48 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:11:48 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:12:18 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:12:18 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:12:27 kern.warn kernel: [0420511300] mtlk0(_mtlk_sta_addba_restart_tx_count_tid:347): CID-0000: STA:60:01:94:13:67:CA TID=0: Re-starting TX counter
Aug 14 11:12:48 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:12:48 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:13:17 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:13:17 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:13:28 kern.warn kernel: [0420572300] mtlk0(_mtlk_sta_addba_restart_tx_count_tid:347): CID-0000: STA:60:01:94:13B:BF TID=0: Re-starting TX counter
Aug 14 11:13:47 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/9/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:13:47 CRM.err !! M DHCPSv6: (Lease) Failed to get '/dhcp/server6/table/1/lease/12/option/table/clientid/value/handy/value/handy/ll_addr': ENOENT
Aug 14 11:13:57 user.warn drvhlpr[2165]: [0355284710] [_mtlk_irba_packet_processor:476]: WARNING: APP notifications arrived out of order (current SN: 4771, received SN: 1)
Aug 14 11:13:57 kern.warn kernel: [0420601930] mtlk0(_mtlk_sta_addba_restart_tx_count_tid:347): CID-0000: STA:08:3D:88:9E:5D:F3 TID=0: Re-starting TX counter
Aug 14 11:13:57 user.warn drvhlpr[2165]: [0355285751] [_mtlk_irba_packet_processor:476]: WARNING: APP notifications arrived out of order (current SN: 1, received SN: 4772)
Aug 14 11:13:57 daemon.info radvd[3450]: attempting to reread config file
Aug 14 11:13:57 daemon.info radvd[3450]: cleanup ceased
Aug 14 11:13:57 daemon.info radvd[3450]: resuming normal operation
Aug 14 11:14:06 daemon.info radvd[3450]: attempting to reread config file
Aug 14 11:14:06 daemon.info radvd[3450]: cleanup ceased
Aug 14 11:14:06 daemon.info radvd[3450]: resuming normal operation
Aug 14 11:14:06 daemon.info udhcpd[3453]: Sending ACK to 192.168.1.170 (08:3d:88:9e:5d:f3)
Aug 14 11:14:08 daemon.info udhcpd[3453]: Sending ACK to 192.168.1.170 (08:3d:88:9e:5d:f3)
Aug 14 11:14:10 daemon.info udhcpd[3453]: Sending OFFER of 192.168.1.170 to (08:3d:88:9e:5d:f3)
Aug 14 11:14:10 daemon.info udhcpd[3453]: Sending ACK to 192.168.1.170 (08:3d:88:9e:5d:f3)

Can some smart guy help me out with this?

Brs
Jiwo
 
Old 08-14-2017, 12:08 PM   #2
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1. Configure the router to act as DHCP server.
2. Check that it has the IP pool available and do not set a limit to the IP lease contract.
3. Set your machine to listen and obey the dhcp server, configure it to "YES". By the way make sure that you direct it to the IP address of the dhcp server as the gateway in this particular case <although it doesn't need to be all times>.

It seems they are not in good terms, that's why they don't talk to each other anymore.

Good luck and enjoy. Hope that helps.

m.m.
 
  


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