Disconnects

Discussion in 'ASUS N Routers & Adapters' started by spacemunk, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. spacemunk

    spacemunk New Around Here

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    Been using the n56u with padavan fw for my ADSL connection sometime now and everyday i have been getting disconnections like crazy.

    I have 0 knowledge when it comes to networking so i hope a kind soul could help me out please.

    Modem - TP-Link TD 8840T
    Router - Asus RT-N56U with Padavan FW 3.0.3.1v-027
    NIC - D-Link DGE-528T Gigabit PCIe Adapter

    Modem - Bridged mode DHCP off
    Router - nothing touched except entering userid + password

    And at the time of the events taking place
    lights on modem - power , adsl , lan are on
    lights on router all are on

    And also this never happens when i only have the modem connected to pc

    Below is the logs on the router

    Jan 12 18:46:33 pppd[3050]: No response to 10 echo-requests
    Jan 12 18:46:33 pppd[3050]: Serial link appears to be disconnected.
    Jan 12 18:46:33 pppd[3050]: Connect time 829.4 minutes.
    Jan 12 18:46:33 pppd[3050]: Sent 52807430 bytes, received 149326591 bytes.
    Jan 12 18:46:33 RT-N56U: wan down (ppp0)
    Jan 12 18:46:33 PPPoE: Disconnected
    Jan 12 18:46:39 pppd[3050]: Connection terminated.
    Jan 12 18:46:39 pppd[3050]: Sent PADT
    Jan 12 18:46:39 pppd[3050]: Modem hangup
    Jan 12 18:47:25 pppd[3050]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jan 12 18:47:25 wan: perform manual connect
    Jan 12 18:47:25 stop_wan(): raise DHCP release event
    Jan 12 18:47:26 pppd[3050]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jan 12 18:47:26 pppd[3050]: Terminating on signal 15
    Jan 12 18:47:26 pppd[3050]: Exit.
    Jan 12 18:47:26 RT-N56U: Hardware NAT/Routing: Enabled, IPoE/PPPoE offload [WAN]<->[LAN]
    Jan 12 18:47:26 RT-N56U: Hardware NAT/Routing: IPv4 UDP flow offload - OFF
    Jan 12 18:47:26 RT-N56U: Hardware NAT/Routing: IPv6 routes offload - OFF
    Jan 12 18:47:26 dnsmasq[403]: read /etc/hosts - 4 addresses
    Jan 12 18:47:26 dnsmasq[403]: read /etc/storage/hosts - 0 addresses
    Jan 12 18:47:26 dnsmasq[403]: using nameserver 8.8.4.4#53
    Jan 12 18:47:26 dnsmasq[403]: using nameserver 8.8.8.8#53
    Jan 12 18:47:26 DHCP WAN Client: starting wan dhcp (eth2.2) ...
    Jan 12 18:47:26 pppd[19938]: Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded.
    Jan 12 18:47:26 pppd[19938]: RP-PPPoE plugin version 3.11 compiled against pppd 2.4.5
    Jan 12 18:47:26 pppd[19939]: pppd 2.4.5 started by spacemunk, uid 0
    Jan 12 18:48:01 pppd[19939]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jan 12 18:48:36 pppd[19939]: PPP session is 27483 (0x6b5b)
    Jan 12 18:48:36 pppd[19939]: Connected to 78:1d:ba:56:48:3c via interface eth2.2
    Jan 12 18:48:36 pppd[19939]: Using interface ppp0
    Jan 12 18:48:36 pppd[19939]: Connect: ppp0 <--> eth2.2
    Jan 12 18:48:36 pppd[19939]: Remote message: Authentication success,Welcome!

    Jan 12 18:58:37 pppd[19939]: No response to 10 echo-requests
    Jan 12 18:58:37 pppd[19939]: Serial link appears to be disconnected.
    Jan 12 18:58:37 pppd[19939]: Connect time 10.0 minutes.
    Jan 12 18:58:37 pppd[19939]: Sent 1095149 bytes, received 1731724 bytes.
    Jan 12 18:58:37 RT-N56U: wan down (ppp0)
    Jan 12 18:58:37 PPPoE: Disconnected
    Jan 12 18:58:43 pppd[19939]: Connection terminated.
    Jan 12 18:58:43 pppd[19939]: Sent PADT
    Jan 12 18:58:43 pppd[19939]: Modem hangup
    Jan 12 18:58:53 pppd[19939]: PPP session is 27622 (0x6be6)
    Jan 12 18:58:53 pppd[19939]: Connected to 78:1d:ba:56:48:3c via interface eth2.2
    Jan 12 18:58:53 pppd[19939]: Using interface ppp0
    Jan 12 18:58:53 pppd[19939]: Connect: ppp0 <--> eth2.2
    Jan 12 18:59:23 pppd[19939]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
    Jan 12 18:59:23 pppd[19939]: Connection terminated.
    Jan 12 18:59:23 pppd[19939]: Sent PADT
    Jan 12 18:59:23 pppd[19939]: Modem hangup

    And earlier today i did a full reset on both the modem and router. Again it happened.

    Jan 13 18:21:17 pppd[1247]: No response to 10 echo-requests
    Jan 13 18:21:17 pppd[1247]: Serial link appears to be disconnected.
    Jan 13 18:21:17 pppd[1247]: Connect time 357.0 minutes.
    Jan 13 18:21:17 pppd[1247]: Sent 1165922362 bytes, received 3428396896 bytes.
    Jan 13 18:21:17 RT-N56U: wan down (ppp0)
    Jan 13 18:21:17 PPPoE: Disconnected
    Jan 13 18:21:23 pppd[1247]: Connection terminated.
    Jan 13 18:21:23 pppd[1247]: Sent PADT
    Jan 13 18:21:23 pppd[1247]: Modem hangup
    Jan 13 18:22:08 pppd[1247]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets

    Jan 13 18:22:21 detect_link: Perform WAN DHCP renew...
    Jan 13 18:22:27 wan: perform manual connect
    Jan 13 18:22:27 stop_wan(): raise DHCP release event
    Jan 13 18:22:27 RT-N56U: wan down (eth2.2)
    Jan 13 18:22:27 DHCP WAN Client: deconfig: lease is lost
    Jan 13 18:22:27 pppd[1247]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jan 13 18:22:27 pppd[1247]: Terminating on signal 15
    Jan 13 18:22:27 pppd[1247]: Exit.
    Jan 13 18:22:28 RT-N56U: Hardware NAT/Routing: Enabled, IPoE/PPPoE offload [WAN]<->[LAN]
    Jan 13 18:22:28 RT-N56U: Hardware NAT/Routing: IPv4 UDP flow offload - OFF
    Jan 13 18:22:28 RT-N56U: Hardware NAT/Routing: IPv6 routes offload - OFF
    Jan 13 18:22:28 dnsmasq[425]: read /etc/hosts - 4 addresses
    Jan 13 18:22:28 dnsmasq[425]: read /etc/storage/hosts - 0 addresses
    Jan 13 18:22:28 dnsmasq[425]: using nameserver 8.8.4.4#53
    Jan 13 18:22:28 dnsmasq[425]: using nameserver 8.8.8.8#53
    Jan 13 18:22:28 DHCP WAN Client: starting wan dhcp (eth2.2) ...
    Jan 13 18:22:28 pppd[3078]: Plugin rp-pppoe.so loaded.
    Jan 13 18:22:28 pppd[3078]: RP-PPPoE plugin version 3.11 compiled against pppd 2.4.5
    Jan 13 18:22:28 pppd[3080]: pppd 2.4.5 started by spacemunk, uid 0
    Jan 13 18:22:28 RT-N56U: wan up (eth2.2)
    Jan 13 18:22:28 DHCP WAN Client: bound (eth2.2), IP: 192.168.x.xxx, GW: 192.168.1.1, lease time: 259200
    Jan 13 18:23:03 pppd[3080]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jan 13 18:24:18 pppd[3080]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: PPP session is 1722 (0x6ba)
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: Connected to 78:1d:ba:56:48:3c via interface eth2.2
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: Using interface ppp0
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: Connect: ppp0 <--> eth2.2
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: Remote message: Authentication success,Welcome!
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: PAP authentication succeeded
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: peer from calling number 78:1D:BA:56:48:3C authorized
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: local IP address 58.11.xxx.xxx
    Jan 13 18:24:53 pppd[3080]: remote IP address 58.11.xxx.x
    Jan 13 18:24:53 RT-N56U: wan up (ppp0)
    Jan 13 18:24:53 PPPoE: connect to ISP

    These disconnections is doing my head in. Hopefully someone could help out.

    Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2013
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  3. RMerlin

    RMerlin Part of the Furniture

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    These sound like either an ISP or a modem issue to me, unrelated to the router itself. If power cycling your modem doesn't help, contact your ISP so they can have a look at your line stats.
     
  4. spacemunk

    spacemunk New Around Here

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    Thanks RMerlin will look into it
     
  5. jaydam

    jaydam New Around Here

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    I have had this router for a month and never in my life had so much agro with a router,

    the disconnects were relentless and the wireless was dire!!

    I have tried virtually every firmware there is and im fairly cute around networks and pcs and have a good understanding.

    I have read post after post and thread after thread and the bottom line is this router doesnt like going over 50 Meg,

    I have tried the asus firmware and padavans firmware and am spending more time trying to fix this asus crap than actually using my pc.

    I have been getting grief from all of the family that are trying to use the internet.

    Today i have hit a wall and had enough and returned the router to amazon as i am sick of the sight of it.

    Dont be fobbed off with isp issues etc i would say send it back as its a bucket of agro.

    read around the net and see the amount of people having trouble with it compared to the amount of people that actually get a resolve to the problem.

    you shouldnt have to be fixing £90 router as soon as you purchase it.

    /2cents rant over :)
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2013
  6. dsl2cable

    dsl2cable Occasional Visitor

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    I also have the same router and I also tried all the firmwares. firmware version 1.0.1.7f works for me as the others firmware had disconnections problems.
     
  7. jaydam

    jaydam New Around Here

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    My New Cisco is rock solid :)

    and i have also purchased the wireless range extender to serve upstairs,

    5 bars all around the house is wicked!!
     
  8. dsl2cable

    dsl2cable Occasional Visitor

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    Which model???
     
  9. jaydam

    jaydam New Around Here

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    Cisco E4500
     

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