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Standard User Bingefeller
(regular) Sun 20-May-12 21:35:14
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Anyone Know What's Causing This?


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I loose wireless connection every so often and figured that I should ask here to see what's happening. I'm guessing it's maybe something to do with BT Infinity....but not sure.

May 20 21:20:09 notice user root: udp-broadcast-relay not start: can't find interface ...
May 20 21:20:04 notice user root: starting ntpclient
May 20 21:19:55 notice user miniupnpd: adding firewall rules for ppp0 to zone wan
May 20 21:19:52 notice user miniupnpd: removing firewall rules for ppp0 from zone wan
May 20 21:19:51 err local7 syslog: Required parameters missing, make sure that username and password are given
May 20 21:19:49 warn user kernel: gvid = 2 (gvid&0xFF) << 16= 20000
May 20 21:19:49 warn user kernel: gvid = 2 0x1 <<gvid <<16= 40000
May 20 21:19:48 notice user root: udp-broadcast-relay not start: can't find interface ...
May 20 21:19:44 notice user firewall: Restart user's custom iptables rules
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: secondary DNS address 217.32.171.22
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: primary DNS address 194.74.65.69
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: remote IP address 217.32.142.99
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: local IP address 86.144.101.168
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: using local addresses only for domain lan
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: using nameserver 194.74.65.69#53
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: using nameserver 217.32.171.22#53
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: reading /tmp/resolv.conf.auto
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: peer from calling number 00:30:88:00:00:07 authorized
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: CHAP authentication succeeded
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon pppd[27068]: CHAP authentication succeeded: CHAP authentication success, unit 12702
May 20 21:19:43 warn user kernel: register netdev : ppp0^M
May 20 21:19:43 notice daemon pppd[27068]: Connect: ppp0 <--> eth1.101
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon pppd[27068]: Using interface ppp0
May 20 21:19:43 warn daemon pppd[27068]: hnat_patch_fn /tmp/pppoe.info/eth1.101
May 20 21:19:43 info daemon pppd[27068]: PPP session is 2079
May 20 21:19:28 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: using local addresses only for domain lan
May 20 21:19:28 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: using nameserver 4.2.2.1#53
May 20 21:19:28 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: using nameserver 168.95.1.1#53
May 20 21:19:28 info daemon dnsmasq[15562]: reading /tmp/resolv.conf.auto
May 20 21:19:27 info user : IPv6 WAN up
May 20 21:19:27 notice daemon pppd[27068]: pppd 2.4.4 started by root, uid 0
May 20 21:19:27 info daemon pppd[27061]: Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded.
May 20 21:19:26 notice user ifdown: kill all pppd...
May 20 21:19:26 info daemon pppd[17372]: Exit.
May 20 21:19:26 info daemon pppd[17372]: Terminating on signal 15
May 20 21:19:26 info user : 17372 root 1308 S /usr/sbin/pppd plugin rp-pppoe.so mtu 1442 mru 1442 n
May 20 21:19:25 notice user root: [WAN] check default route failed:(0), revert WAN state and ifup wan...
May 20 21:19:13 notice daemon pppd[17372]: Modem hangup
May 20 21:19:13 notice daemon pppd[17372]: Connection terminated.
May 20 21:19:10 notice user root: udp-broadcast-relay not start: can't find interface ...
May 20 21:19:05 notice user root: stopping ntpclient
May 20 21:19:03 notice user root: revert uci network state in ip-down...
May 20 21:19:03 info daemon pppd[17372]: Sent 74384463 bytes, received 588452834 bytes.
May 20 21:19:03 info daemon pppd[17372]: Connect time 2202.5 minutes.
May 20 21:19:03 notice daemon pppd[17372]: Serial link appears to be disconnected.
May 20 21:19:03 info daemon pppd[17372]: No response to 5 echo-requests
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 20-May-12 22:20:46
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Re: Anyone Know What's Causing This?


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If a computer using ethernet can access the internet when the wireless is not working, then nothing to do with infinity.

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
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The author of the above post is a thinkbroadband staff member. It may not constitute an official statement on behalf of thinkbroadband.
Standard User Bingefeller
(regular) Sun 20-May-12 22:23:29
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Re: Anyone Know What's Causing This?


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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
If a computer using ethernet can access the internet when the wireless is not working, then nothing to do with infinity.


ehh....how do you know a computer using ethernet can still access the internet?


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 20-May-12 22:30:56
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Re: Anyone Know What's Causing This?


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By opening a web browser and trying to access a website?

i.e. if you only have one computer, then you need to turn its wireless and then try using its ethernet connection (Wired) before doing anything like switching router off/on

In short it was an idea, as something to try, as a lot of the time wireless issues are just wireless issues.

Andrew Ferguson, andrew@thinkbroadband.com
www.thinkbroadband.com - formerly known as ADSLguide.org.uk
The author of the above post is a thinkbroadband staff member. It may not constitute an official statement on behalf of thinkbroadband.
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