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Oleg
26-12-2004, 18:32
New firmware, which contains several fixes are available for download (http://wl500g.dyndns.org/1.9.2.7-2/).
The exact changes are:

WPA2 & WME enabled, but WPA is not fully functional as seems
Fixed WL-500gx USB 1.1 devices support
Fixed ASUS firmware firewall problems (PPTP passthrough should work now)
Fixed wshaper problems (was not functional in the 1.9.2.7-1)
Added WL-500gx rootfs support

int
27-12-2004, 00:42
WL500g restart very times...

With:
Firmware v.1.9.2.7 CR2 [Oleg]
Firmware v.1.9.2.7 CR1 [Oleg]

and maybe 1.9.2.7 but I have not test!

Viper_Jaro
27-12-2004, 01:01
Hi i have uploaded 1.9.27CR2 from oleg and i have problem with my ftp. I can conect on it i see everything on ftp but i cant download nothing. An with original from asus it works. Where is the problem ??


And another one question. With original it works but the speed is only 300 kB/s. I have readed that there is USB1.1 and the transfer on USB1.1 is 1000 kB/s. Can you help me that i can download with full sped ?? plss ;)

chupra
27-12-2004, 01:40
Yes, I've noticed the same problem with ftp on 1.9.2.7 CR1. I get the directory and file listing, but when I try to download the file, I get the file, but the resulting downloaded size is 0kb. The USB hard disk is 40gb with NTFS :( , and maybe that is causing the problem.

Viper_Jaro
27-12-2004, 10:31
I have a 160GB WD. I have watch a system log and there has it found corectly.

And can you help me with the transfer speed pls.

Oleg
27-12-2004, 11:28
WL500g restart very times...

With:
Firmware v.1.9.2.7 CR2 [Oleg]
Firmware v.1.9.2.7 CR1 [Oleg]

and maybe 1.9.2.7 but I have not test!
Turn off your wl500g for ten minutes and then turn it on.

Oleg
27-12-2004, 12:53
Hi i have uploaded 1.9.27CR2 from oleg and i have problem with my ftp. I can conect on it i see everything on ftp but i cant download nothing. An with original from asus it works. Where is the problem ??
How you're accessing ftp - anonymously or using create account. If you've created account, then please write down Rights, which you've assigned to user.
Also, does upload works for you?

Viper_Jaro
27-12-2004, 19:15
I have accesed als anonymous als supervisor. And nothing. Always i can only list the directories and nothing to downloaden.

To the user acces, where can i find the ruls or samples ???

Oleg
27-12-2004, 19:21
To the user acces, where can i find the ruls or samples ???
Read user manual.

Does upload works for you?

Oleg
27-12-2004, 21:04
Tried download - works fine for anonymous, but I do not have ntfs here. You may probably need to try with fat.

int
27-12-2004, 21:33
Hello people!!

Add Portugal to the Time Zone!
Portugal are like (GMT) England !

thks for this forum

Viper_Jaro
27-12-2004, 21:43
i havent tried upload.

And download dont work :-(

Oleg
27-12-2004, 22:06
Hello people!!

Add Portugal to the Time Zone!
Portugal are like (GMT) England !

thks for this forum
Either use England, or provide me an abbrevated time zone name to be added.
Alternatively you could contact ASUS technical support to add this.

int
27-12-2004, 23:11
Either use England, or provide me an abbrevated time zone name to be added.
Alternatively you could contact ASUS technical support to add this.
Time Zone:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=133

Viper_Jaro
28-12-2004, 00:40
I have tryied my second USB key and it work perfectly. I dont now why with that USB HDD works it no when the origi bios work. :confused:

solha
28-12-2004, 12:44
Just updated my WL300g with the new v.1.9.2.7 CR2 firmware and, as I use RADIUS authentication, I could no longer access the wireless network, but via ethernet I can access the AP, configure it via web and access it via telnet or ssh. The RADIUS server is not even contacted by the AP with this firmware. Nevertheless, the v.1.9.2.7 CR1 firmware works like a charm! Maybe I'm putting this message in the wrong forum, but as the WL300g forum is kinda empty and as Oleg offers also custom firmware for this AP, I decided to post this here.

Thanks in advance!

Oleg
28-12-2004, 12:59
Just updated my WL300g with the new v.1.9.2.7 CR2 firmware and, as I use RADIUS authentication, I could no longer access the wireless network, but via ethernet I can access the AP, configure it via web and access it via telnet or ssh. The RADIUS server is not even contacted by the AP with this firmware. Nevertheless, the v.1.9.2.7 CR1 firmware works like a charm! Maybe I'm putting this message in the wrong forum, but as the WL300g forum is kinda empty and as Oleg offers also custom firmware for this AP, I decided to post this here.

Thanks in advance!
Yes, this is expected. Looks like I'm was right - radius does not work with ASUS 1.9.2.7, thank you for your report. I will disable WPA2 back as it was in the 1.9.2.7-1.

Raposo
29-12-2004, 12:48
People, I've been having a problem not reported here yet, as far as I've read.
I've configured static ip's in the lan network and the lease time is set to 24h. Each 24h the computers in the lan lose their ip address and internet connection and get up again a few seconds later, but just long enough to drop alot of things from online availability.
Previously I used firmware version 1.8.1.3, but since I started testing/using firmware version 1.9.2.7-1 and now firmware version 1.9.2.7-2, this problem started to happen.

Thx in advance for any answer. :)


The error code returned by windows in the events logging:

The IP address lease 192.168.1.2 for the Network Card with network
address xxxxxxxxxxx has been denied by the DHCP server 0.0.0.0
(The DHCP Server sent a DHCPNACK message).

Oleg
29-12-2004, 19:52
The error code returned by windows in the events logging:

The IP address lease 192.168.1.2 for the Network Card with network
address xxxxxxxxxxx has been denied by the DHCP server 0.0.0.0
(The DHCP Server sent a DHCPNACK message).
Do you've anything in the wl-500g logs? Most likely you've some other dhcp server on you network.

Raposo
30-12-2004, 04:31
I'll try to get the logs tomorrow, but I'm almost sure I have no other dhcpd in the network, and this problem just started to happen after using this firmware, never happened in 1.8.1.3, the one I used before this version.

N3oXid
30-12-2004, 06:38
Hi all,

First of all, I'd like to thank Oleg and others for their great work on the WL-500g.
Here is the strange thing I have detected : since I upload and use the firmware 1.9.2.7 CR2 [Oleg], I can observe this thing in the system log :
"Dec 30 06:16:41 kernel: lp_wait_ready timeout
Dec 30 06:16:41 kernel: lp_write timeout
Dec 30 06:16:46 kernel: lp_wait_ready timeout
Dec 30 06:16:46 kernel: lp_write timeout"
etc ...
A real flood from the LPR daemon when my printer is switch off.
And when I switch on my printer (Deskjet 920C), it prints, sometimes, without any request, this kind of information :
"PARPORT: DESKJET 920C"
Of course, In one hand, I don't want my printer to print thing alone ; And in the other hand, I want to switch off my printer when I don't use it.
Thank you for your support.

Oleg
30-12-2004, 08:20
Hi all,

First of all, I'd like to thank Oleg and others for their great work on the WL-500g.
Here is the strange thing I have detected : since I upload and use the firmware 1.9.2.7 CR2 [Oleg], I can observe this thing in the system log :
"Dec 30 06:16:41 kernel: lp_wait_ready timeout
Dec 30 06:16:41 kernel: lp_write timeout
Dec 30 06:16:46 kernel: lp_wait_ready timeout
Dec 30 06:16:46 kernel: lp_write timeout"
etc ...
A real flood from the LPR daemon when my printer is switch off.
And when I switch on my printer (Deskjet 920C), it prints, sometimes, without any request, this kind of information :
"PARPORT: DESKJET 920C"
Of course, In one hand, I don't want my printer to print thing alone ; And in the other hand, I want to switch off my printer when I don't use it.
Thank you for your support.
Ok, I will check on this, looks like debug output.
In the mean time I'm suggesting you to write to ASUS Tech support.

jimmy
30-12-2004, 15:50
hi, ppl
ive been away for some time, so i dont know whats new at this forum.
what i would like to to know is if this firmware support "USB Plug-n'-share speaker" reported by asus on the latest firmware avaible???

Oleg
30-12-2004, 16:16
"PARPORT: DESKJET 920C"

Is this the exact message? I mean character case and so on?

Also, have you tried using RAW printing instead?

WlanMan
30-12-2004, 16:32
...i would like to to know is if this firmware support "USB Plug-n'-share speaker" reported by asus on the latest firmware avaible???
She does :)

int
30-12-2004, 17:10
Oleg

I already shutdown WL-500g for 20m, but the WL-500g are continue to restart!!
The Wl-500g restart only when I suft on the internet, but not all the time!

After WL-500g restart must of the time, can't connect to the internet..
When I shutdown the power and power on, the wl-500g connect normaly..


...
Jan 1 00:00:11 pppoe-relay[74]: PADO packet from 00:90:1a:10:11:cb on interface eth1 does not have Relay-Session-Id tag
Jan 1 00:00:11 kernel: lp driver: get device ID
Jan 1 00:00:11 kernel: neg fail
Jan 1 00:00:11 kernel: neg fail
Jan 1 00:00:22 wan: disconnected manually
Jan 1 00:00:23 pppd[79]: Hangup (SIGHUP)
Jan 1 00:00:23 pppd[79]: Terminating on signal 15.
Jan 1 00:00:23 pppd[79]: Failed to negotiate PPPoE connection: 4 Interrupted system call
Jan 1 00:00:23 pppd[79]: Exit.
Jan 1 00:00:24 dnsmasq[40]: read /etc/hosts - 4 addresses
Jan 1 00:00:24 dnsmasq[40]: reading /tmp/resolv.conf
Jan 1 00:00:25 wan: connected manually
Jan 1 00:00:27 pppoe-relay[74]: recv (receivePacket): Network is down
Jan 1 00:00:27 pppoe-relay[74]: recv (receivePacket): Network is down
Jan 1 00:00:27 pppd[116]: PPPoE: Use eth1 for PPPoE discovery
Jan 1 00:00:27 pppd[118]: pppd 2.4.1 started by admin, uid 0
Jan 1 00:00:27 pppd[118]: Sending PADI
Jan 1 00:00:32 pppoe-relay[74]: PADO packet from 00:90:1a:10:11:cb on interface eth1 does not have Relay-Session-Id tag
Jan 1 00:00:32 pppoe-relay[115]: PADO packet from 00:90:1a:10:11:cb on interface eth1 does not have Relay-Session-Id tag

I willl do an downgrade to the firmware!

Oleg
30-12-2004, 21:40
Oleg

I already shutdown WL-500g for 20m, but the WL-500g are continue to restart!!
The Wl-500g restart only when I suft on the internet, but not all the time!

Try disabling pppoe relay first.

Oleg
30-12-2004, 21:41
Just updated my WL300g with the new v.1.9.2.7 CR2 firmware and, as I use RADIUS authentication, I could no longer access the wireless network, but via ethernet I can access the AP, configure it via web and access it via telnet or ssh. The RADIUS server is not even contacted by the AP with this firmware. Nevertheless, the v.1.9.2.7 CR1 firmware works like a charm! Maybe I'm putting this message in the wrong forum, but as the WL300g forum is kinda empty and as Oleg offers also custom firmware for this AP, I decided to post this here.

Thanks in advance!
Would you like to try firmware with some things fixed?
Anybody with working radius setup is also welcome.

int
31-12-2004, 12:02
When I connect to WL after intro my password this(in attach) apears in my browser..
I do a refresh, and them the page open well.

Oleg, now after I disable PPPoE Relay, the wl connects well, but the WL also restart very times... (17 times for now)

I do a downgrade to the firmware!
With fw 1.7.5.9-5 Oleg WL are working very well.

dsf260
02-01-2005, 06:34
Dec 30 06:16:41 kernel: lp_wait_ready timeout
Dec 30 06:16:41 kernel: lp_write timeout

I had these messages in my syslog when I killed the lpr process using telnet. I happened to have a printer plugged into the parallel port that was off, and one plugged in the USB port that was on.

I am having problems with a dropped connection w/ the new firmware, although I have a suspicion it is more from my broadband provider than from the router. I'll keep you posted on how setting to a fixed speed in the web admin tool works.

i-beast-a
02-01-2005, 15:16
Hi all,

I have exactly the same problem as "int"

my wl500-g resets completely after about half an hour of surfing the internet.
If i use web-radio it dies after 5 minutes....
The router just has a complete reset and starts all over again.

I use a "casema/wanadoo" pppoe cable account and i've tried firmware 1.9.2.7. and 1.9.2.7.CR2.

With previous firmwares i have never had this problem........
Any advice???

dsf260
03-01-2005, 05:38
I have a suspicion that using a USB printer may cause some of the reset behavior. I am not sure if this is the case, but I am posting to see if others with this problem are using RAW printing and/or with a USB connection.

I just bought a Epsopn RX500 and have it hooked up to my WL-500g via USB, and I am getting router resets about every 1/2 hour when surfing. I have one laptop on 802.11b, a desktop hardwired, and a VoIP device. I have tried custom firmwares 1.9.2.7-1, 1.9.2.7-2, and 1.8.1.7-3, and have had similar results.

I have unplugged the usb printer, and things seem to be a bit more stable. I don't believe I have had a reboot since.

I also have some other wierd behavior concerning the router: if I use the et command to manually set the WAN speed to anything other than auto, my modem will not recognize a connection and will continuously reboot itself. Once I set it to auto (using et), the modem will pick up a signal in about a second, and will establish a connection.

However, upon a reboot, I have to reapply the "et -i eth1 speed auto" command to get the modem to recognize the router.

I am planning to go to my cable company to pick up a new modem tomorrow, as these problems may be caused by the modem and not the router.

Oleg
03-01-2005, 11:53
I have a suspicion that using a USB printer may cause some of the reset behavior. I am not sure if this is the case, but I am posting to see if others with this problem are using RAW printing and/or with a USB connection.

I just bought a Epsopn RX500 and have it hooked up to my WL-500g via USB, and I am getting router resets about every 1/2 hour when surfing. I have one laptop on 802.11b, a desktop hardwired, and a VoIP device. I have tried custom firmwares 1.9.2.7-1, 1.9.2.7-2, and 1.8.1.7-3, and have had similar results.

I have unplugged the usb printer, and things seem to be a bit more stable. I don't believe I have had a reboot since.

Well, looks like a power/grounding problems. This could lead to reboots and hangs.

solha
03-01-2005, 15:27
Would you like to try firmware with some things fixed?
Anybody with working radius setup is also welcome.

Yes, sure! How can I get it?

Thanks!

Oleg
03-01-2005, 17:18
Yes, sure! How can I get it?

Thanks!
Check your PM.

dsf260
04-01-2005, 00:24
I have done the following, and I have been running without a reboot for a day now.

1) Downgraded back to 1.8.1.7-3
2) Plugged back in my USB printer, but removed my parallel printer that was plugged into the WL-500G but was unplugged from power

Could it have been the parallel printer--a Brother 3100C multifunction--that was causing all the problem? Because of the configuration of my setup, I didn't have a power cord long enough to reach an outlet, so I just left it set up without power.

I just bought an extension cord, and have it powered and plugged into the WL-500g along with the USB printer, and at least for the last 5 minutes everthing is working fine. I can even print to both printers at the same time without a problem.

I think I am going to stick with 1.8.1.7-3 for now. I would really like the bandwidth management features of 1.9.2.x, but it really isn't set up properly for me. I need to be able to configure upstream by IP address, not by port, as VoIP claims to use up to 10000 ports (yikes!--At least the configuration indicates that ports 10000-20000 should be forwarded to the device).

N3oXid
04-01-2005, 11:26
Hi @ll
Thank you for your support.
Well I don't have any USB printer, only a parallel one, with the 1.9.2.7-2 Firmware.
Someone told me about using RAW printing instead : I will try this but I think it it is not the solution. Why ? Because of these messages "lp_wait_ready timeout" and "p_write timeout" I also have when all my computers (LAN) and my printer are powered down. So normally, no requests are sent by any of my computers (LAN).
Perhaps I should "Remove" the printer from the router and plug it a new time : I haven't "Remove" it during the firmware upgrade ...
Gonna try all these stuffs and tell you what are the results.
See you ;)

Oleg
04-01-2005, 11:59
Problems with "PARPORT: bla-bla-bla" is solved, as well as lp timeouts caused by that. This will appear in the 1.9.2.7-3.

int
04-01-2005, 12:19
Oleg..
see my messeges that i post in this 'POST'..
thk

Oleg
04-01-2005, 12:27
When I connect to WL after intro my password this(in attach) apears in my browser..
I do a refresh, and them the page open well.

As for incomplete pages in the browser - either you've buggy firewall installed on your PC, or have general problems.


Oleg, now after I disable PPPoE Relay, the wl connects well, but the WL also restart very times... (17 times for now)

What do you mean, saying "restart"? Router reboots and you've checked this looking for uptime? Or you loose wireless connectivity?



I do a downgrade to the firmware!
With fw 1.7.5.9-5 Oleg WL are working very well.
This is up to you.

int
04-01-2005, 13:20
As for incomplete pages in the browser - either you've buggy firewall installed on your PC, or have general problems.

No because the page(attach) are not in html, are in asp language, and the WL not resolve asp to html.. and show the code(asp).


What do you mean, saying "restart"? Router reboots and you've checked this looking for uptime? Or you loose wireless connectivity?

looking for uptime... and I see the system log that WL500g restart... WL only restart whem I'm using must more the WL500g..

Oleg
04-01-2005, 14:32
No because the page(attach) are not in html, are in asp language, and the WL not resolve asp to html.. and show the code(asp).

This is not an asp, but javascript, which is intended to run by browser.

Phantome
04-01-2005, 17:58
After changing the ip_conntrack_max to 4096 it works for a few minuts to half an hour, after that it has been resett to 1024. This happens if i put it in the post-boot script or if i do it manually.

garimo
04-01-2005, 21:27
:) Hallo everybody, first thing first a big thanks to Oleg not only because of the Firmware but also for his custom firmware page.
My WL-500g run vs. 1.9.2.7-2 work as a charm but i still have a short
request: I know the support for Samba is very limited but i still would like
to know if the share$ is on purpose kept read only

Oleg
04-01-2005, 22:56
:) Hallo everybody, first thing first a big thanks to Oleg not only because of the Firmware but also for his custom firmware page.
My WL-500g run vs. 1.9.2.7-2 work as a charm but i still have a short
request: I know the support for Samba is very limited but i still would like
to know if the share$ is on purpose kept read only
Wait for 1.9.2.7-3 or use search. Answered question yesterday. Hint: change user name to root.

dsf260
05-01-2005, 01:48
Just to update:

The router has not crashed/locked up/ or lost the WAN connection since yesterday. It seems that one of the problems is solved, although I don't know if it is because I went back to 1.8.1.7-3 or if it is truly a problem with a printer that is unpowered but attached to the WL-500g.

Also, I still cannot get a WAN connection when using the et command except if I it set it to auto. Here's the syntax I use

et -i eth1 speed XXX

where XXX = auto, 100full, 10full, 100half, or 10half. I have tried all speeds and firmwares 1.8.1.7-3, 1.9.2.7-1, and 1.9.2.7-2. My cable modem is a Toshiba PCX2500--perhaps it's some conflict with the modem?

pipos
05-01-2005, 09:29
Hi,

i have this problem with 1.9.2.7CR-2 using in client mode.
While I'm copuing files from my VPN (i'm also connected to VPN server), my Asus goes down after while.
if I'm not connected to VPN everything is OK.

in fw 1.7.9.5-5 i havent this problem.
What could i tried to fix?

Here is what i found in log:


Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:08 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:20 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:41 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_outbound_pkt: outbound control message ECHO_REQUEST
Jan 4 18:55:41 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 4->4, cstate: 3->3
Jan 4 18:55:41 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_inbound_pkt: inbound control message ECHO_REPLY
Jan 4 18:55:41 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 4->4, cstate: 3->3
Jan 4 18:55:42 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: no full PPTP header, can't track
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_outbound_pkt: outbound control message SET_LINK_INFO
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 4->4, cstate: 3->3
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 66e for tuple 172.16.1.248:0x0 -> 172.16.2.100:0x0:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_inbound_pkt: inbound control message SET_LINK_INFO
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_inbound_pkt: invalid SET_LINK_INFO (TY=15)
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 4->4, cstate: 3->3
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_pkt_to_tuple: found src key 0 for tuple 192.168.1.10:0x0 -> 172.16.1.248:0x66e:1:0x880b
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_outbound_pkt: outbound control message CALL_CLEAR_REQUEST
Jan 4 18:55:44 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 4->4, cstate: 3->7
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: no full PPTP header, can't track
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_outbound_pkt: outbound control message STOP_SESSION_REQUEST
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 4->2, cstate: 7->7
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_inbound_pkt: inbound control message STOP_SESSION_REPLY
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: sstate: 2->0, cstate: 7->7
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: RST/FIN received, timeouting GRE
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:ip_ct_gre_keymap_destroy: entering for exp 80c24780
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:ip_ct_gre_keymap_destroy: removing 808246a0 from list
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:ip_ct_gre_keymap_destroy: removing 80824660 from list
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:pptp_timeout_related: setting timeout of conntrack 807eea60 to 0
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: no full PPTP header, can't track
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:gre_destroy: entering
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_proto_gre.c:ip_ct_gre_keymap_destroy: entering for exp 80c24780
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: no full PPTP header, can't track
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: RST/FIN received, timeouting GRE
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: no full PPTP header, can't track
Jan 4 18:55:45 kernel: ip_conntrack_pptp.c:conntrack_pptp_help: no full PPTP header, can't track
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oldudu
05-01-2005, 11:34
Wait for 1.9.2.7-3 or use search. Answered question yesterday. Hint: change user name to root.

Or change root to admin in smb.conf

Friendly

Oldudu

garimo
05-01-2005, 16:37
thanks you all for replay, i got it working and you guys were right.
But my problem was that i changed in system setup the name "admin" for security reason, so in /etc/smb.conf force user = admin was not working and most likely also root for the same reason. It only worked with my login name.

Alexis
06-01-2005, 23:54
My WL500G is used in access point behind a router (another ASUS).
Port forwarding is configure on the router to forward service FTP (port 21) and webcam (port 7776)
The problem is that FTP and webcam server don't work from wan access.
(It works in lan access).
The problem is the same when the router is a netgear or asus router.

Could you find a solution to my problem ?
Thank you
Alexis

Technik
07-01-2005, 02:37
Hi,

i have this problem with 1.9.2.7CR-2 using in client mode.
While I'm copuing files from my VPN (i'm also connected to VPN server), my Asus goes down after while.
if I'm not connected to VPN everything is OK.

in fw 1.7.9.5-5 i havent this problem.
What could i tried to fix?

Aren't you running on WinXP SP1? Is the connection lost in few minutes even if there's no data traffic? I suppose that "goes down" does not mean reboot nor hang.
If that's the case, try to stop the Windows Management Instrumentation service before your VPN access attempt. SP2 update could also help.

Technik
07-01-2005, 02:44
My WL500G is used in access point behind a router (another ASUS).
Port forwarding is configure on the router to forward service FTP (port 21) and webcam (port 7776)
The problem is that FTP and webcam server don't work from wan access.
(It works in lan access).
The problem is the same when the router is a netgear or asus router.

Could you find a solution to my problem ?
Thank you
Alexis
Try to search the forum and double check your configuration. Try to configure the router from scratch (apply reset to defaults first).
In case you can't fix the problem still, specify your firmware version and more config related details.

pipos
07-01-2005, 11:17
I'm Running WinXP SP2,

It looks like eth2 die....

when i look at the shell and run top....the 5min avg usage goes up to 2.5 and then it disconetcs...

whne not in VPN...usage is cca 0.2

Technik
07-01-2005, 13:21
I'm Running WinXP SP2,

It looks like eth2 die....

when i look at the shell and run top....the 5min avg usage goes up to 2.5 and then it disconetcs...

whne not in VPN...usage is cca 0.2
OK so you loose the wireless connectivity completely. What you do to make it working again? Do you have to reboot the router or do you just initialize the interface somehow?
What's the free memory status?

Antiloop
07-01-2005, 13:53
I'm Running WinXP SP2,

It looks like eth2 die....

when i look at the shell and run top....the 5min avg usage goes up to 2.5 and then it disconetcs...

whne not in VPN...usage is cca 0.2

could you supply a testaccount or something to test so I can confirm the possible 'bug' ?

wiz
08-01-2005, 14:05
I'm Running WinXP SP2,

It looks like eth2 die....

when i look at the shell and run top....the 5min avg usage goes up to 2.5 and then it disconetcs...

whne not in VPN...usage is cca 0.2

That's strange. I've been using VPN as well, and without any problems. Even with transferring large files, my vpn connection stayed up throughout the whole day, and so did my Asus.

I use it to work from home, so I "hook up" my laptop wireless and work the whole day.

I've been running olegs 1.9.2.7-2 . I've just fired up a vpn connection to the office, and my average doesn't go up.
It runs rock solid over here.

Technik
09-01-2005, 00:26
That's strange. I've been using VPN as well, and without any problems. Even with transferring large files, my vpn connection stayed up throughout the whole day, and so did my Asus.

I use it to work from home, so I "hook up" my laptop wireless and work the whole day.

I've been running olegs 1.9.2.7-2 . I've just fired up a vpn connection to the office, and my average doesn't go up.
It runs rock solid over here.
...using in client mode...
That's the difference!

Oleg
09-01-2005, 10:25
Addiotinal load was probably caused by debug messages produced by pptp kernel modules - try 1.9.2.7-3.

yato
09-01-2005, 20:33
I have found, that 1.9.2.7 firmware is is using command tc for bandwidth management and is distinct from wshaper added by Oleg.
Is someone using that?
Should I use tc or wshaper approach?
Can anyone suggest me which is better?

yato
09-01-2005, 20:35
Also I have discovered that limits labeled as kbps (kilobits) in GUI are kBps (kilobytes) in fact (tc reports numbers eight times higher than entered!)
So, it looks like QoS doesn't work, but if you divide limits by eight, it works fine - maybe Oleg can fix that in custom FW.

pipos
09-01-2005, 21:56
Addiotinal load was probably caused by debug messages produced by pptp kernel modules - try 1.9.2.7-3.

Hi Oleg,

couldy you answer me to this questions please:

in 1.9.2.7-3
- is it possible to make wireless bridge in client mode (the same network at eth2 & eth0)
- where is watchdog configuration? how can i change it? what is in it's config by default?
- is it possible to enable afterburner with this fw?, does afterburner works in WDS mode too?
- what about WPA? does it works in WDS?

i cannot test this thing at this time, by i need them.
Could you, or somebody test this and give me answers?
thanks a lot for all.

btw. THX for very nice and helpful firmwares Oleg. I'll send you some donations when i earn some money. For this time i'm 'moneyless' :(

Oleg
09-01-2005, 22:52
in 1.9.2.7-3

It's better to post this in the 1.9.2.7-3 thread.


- is it possible to make wireless bridge in client mode (the same network at eth2 & eth0)

Yes, switch to AP mode, which should do the trick.


- where is watchdog configuration? how can i change it? what is in it's config by default?

what do you need exactly?


- is it possible to enable afterburner with this fw?,

Sure.


does afterburner works in WDS mode too?

have no idea. I do not have afterburner capable devices.


- what about WPA? does it works in WDS?

it does not work with 1.9.2.7.


btw. THX for very nice and helpful firmwares Oleg. I'll send you some donations when i earn some money. For this time i'm 'moneyless' :(
There is no need to donate answers, the only donation Antiloop asked about was forum support, i.e. forum license and hosting. We're helping for free. :)

chupra
09-01-2005, 23:36
I've been using 1.9.2.7-1 and everything was fine. Obviously, I disobeyed the rule.."don't touch it if it works" and I upgraded to 1.9.2.7-3. And it happened that I couldn't ping wireless clients and WDS clients anymore. Same happened when I downgraded to 1.9.2.7-2. When I downgraded to 1.9.2.7-1 again, it started working. All this was without hard reseting the router. BTW, in the Status&Log->Wireless section of the web interface, I could see the wireless client MAC address and it said .. associated.

Oleg
11-01-2005, 18:30
Also I have discovered that limits labeled as kbps (kilobits) in GUI are kBps (kilobytes) in fact (tc reports numbers eight times higher than entered!)
So, it looks like QoS doesn't work, but if you divide limits by eight, it works fine - maybe Oleg can fix that in custom FW.
Good finding, hopefully I've fixed it now.

Oleg
11-01-2005, 19:22
Hi,

today i had the second time an crash of the pppoed. After a restart everything works fine. will this problem fixed i the next cr release?

Bye Enno

My FW is 1.9.2.7 CR3
bungee, this is not CR3 topic. also, there is already 1.9.2.7-3a available for download, which fixes most of the problems. If you still has problems, post your syslog to the correct thread.