As per title.
My trusty BT V2110 no longer behaves acceptably. It's not a hardware problem, I've tried two spares.
The symptom is that something happens and then existing connections continue to route traffic but DNS resolution fails and the router's web server is unresponsive. A power cycle fixes it. Nothing helpful appears in the syslog if I enable it.
What provokes the symptom is unclear but appears to be traffic related though I'm not sure exactly how - if there's no traffic it doesn't hang, when there's traffic it will hang once or twice most evenings. Routine browsing (and TuneIn Radio) is enough to provoke it, but not predictably/repeatably. There is some suspicion (but no confirmation) that a loss of sync may be part of the picture that provokes the failure.
I think I'm on the latest 2110 BT firmware but I did notice that AAISP have a version for download which has fixed a few odds and ends, including "a fix for DNS relay when firewall off" which just might be related but then again if a trendy new router is £20 is it worth it?
Requirements are largely routine apart from one unusual requirement: would very much like ADSL Line MIB support (have had it for last few years and don't want to give up). WDS capability would be nice too but far from essential.
1) anyone actually tried OpenWRT on these with any success? Can it have DSL Line MIB support?
2) anyone know how to easily get the DSL Line MIB info out of a Billion 7300G (which is my temporary replacement)?