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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    That worked to whitelist it, which worked to solve one of the TV issues. There's another, more minor, issue which I'll keep trying to isolate.
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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    It's Diversion. Here are some contiguous log entries; the TV is 192.168.50.8; there is one "blocked" entry in the 7th line, where it's reported "is 192.168.50.2," which is the pixelserv-tls IP; I don't know what's going on with the blocked domain in the 8th-10th lines: Oct 20 05:39:48...
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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    And now I'm not sure it's either of them. Some kind of timing/caching is making it hard to isolate the problem. Henceforth I'll try to avoid turning this thread into a blog :)
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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    Whoops! Turns out it's SkyNet that's causing the issue. Now to see if I can whitelist a local device in SkyNet....
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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    Thanks for the clue! I can see how to whitelist WAN domains, but not how to whitelist a local device. Edit: it's SkyNet, not Diversion.
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    asus rt ax56u: merlin 386_3_2 fw. disconnected device still appears as active client on network map

    Refresh doesn't work for me. Just to make sure: I just unplugged the RJ45 connector from a device, then walked back to my PC where the router GUI is displayed. Hit refresh. The device is still there. Also, it has the wrong local IP address -- either that, or the device was displaying an...
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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    Logging is on in both, but I'm not sure what I'm looking for; I have no IP addresses of the target servers -- only certain functions not "loading" on the TV. I'm ignorantly guessing that what's blocked is outbound from the TV. As an end run, if there's a way to exempt requests from or replies...
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    Diversion Diversion &/or Skynet blocking LG TV's access to LG servers?

    I have reason for suspicion but I haven't confirmed this issue, nor have I pinned it down to either Diversion or Skynet, but it would help me to do one or both if anyone has experienced the subject issue. A long shot, I know.
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    Tor: How can an application access tor's Control Port (default 9051)?

    OK, thanks. The app is running on a Ubuntu system on the LAN. So I guess it's not going to work. Not a big deal, as tor can run on the Ubuntu system; I just thought it would be nifty to run it on the router.
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    Tor: How can an application access tor's Control Port (default 9051)?

    RT-AC86U, 386.3_2 On the VPN::Tor tab, the port fields are Trans (default 9040) and DNS (default 9053). Tor enabled with those defaults is basically working based on a test using Firefox. I have an application which accesses tor's Control Port (default 9051), and would like to know if I can...
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    Start/stop OpenVPN client from CLI?

    In case it makes a difference: right now there's just one client, OVPN1, and it's added to VPN Director.
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    Diversion Diversion "not working" with 386.3: FIXED automagically

    Somehow in the few hours since I posted, the problem was fixed. I'm not aware of anything I did to make the change.
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    Diversion Diversion "not working" with 386.3: FIXED automagically

    RT-AC86U; Merlin 386.3; Diversion 4.1.12; Skynet 2.7.5 At or near(!) my update to 386.3 a few days ago Diversion stopped working and I'm seeing ads where I didn't before. For example speedtest.net (it seems to be a common example in the threads I've looked at). It could be that the problem is...
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    Can't access one site via router: "Connection was reset [or lost]"

    Bingo! Instant DHCP-assigned IP change! AND... With the new IP, I can access the site at issue in my OP. So @Tech9's hypothesis of my prior IP being blacklisted by that site (or upstream of it) appears to be correct. Thanks, @sbsnb and @Tech9!
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    Can't access one site via router: "Connection was reset [or lost]"

    OK, fair enough. I may try powering off the modem overnight just to see if I get a different IP address that way, and if so if that's sufficient to access the problem site. Because it's easy enough to use the VPN, at this point it's mostly curiosity about whether the current address is...
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