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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    I missed this info too, thanks for sharing. So I suppose I should re-think this function in my network.
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Oh thanks, I had missed it since I've never had any need to re-configure or change anything in Suricata. Unfortunately, I've also tried to uninstall my current Suricata and re-install via this script (knowing that it would be installing the same entware package probably, but hoping in a config...
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Meaning you just installed suricata via entware with opkg install and you got the GUI as well ? At which page is located ? I can't find it in my install (done via entware/opkg)
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Uhm, that's unfortunate for me, as I'm running only Guest Network #2. And even disabling it doesn't change much. Can I ask you what GUI piece is that showing Suricata stats ? As for myself, I send logs to an Intel box where I run evebox to see them. Didn't know there was a native way inside the...
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Uhm ... not sure about Skynet does only graphs if you've no internet open ports: I see it blocking outgoing traffic all the time based on its rules and IP block lists (which something I appreciate as long as it does not interfere with legit traffic, something you can anyway tweak). I myself...
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Thanks for sharing @Tech9. Honestly, I've been running Suricata on the RT-AC5300 for years and the load average on the box (while running also Skynet and PixelSrv, with AiProtection enabled) has always been about 0.5, while the RAM has apparently never been an issue (though used almost all of...
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Oh yes, I perhaps explained it bad: I meant to say that I visited each GUI screen and configured the AC86U the same as the AC5300 in terms of enabled/disabled features and params and the like. I'm conscious that under the hood the difference is much more than what the GUI (almost the same) shows.
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    Suricata + "kernel: protocol 0800 is buggy, dev xxxx"

    Hi everyone, I've read here in the forum quite a bit on the subject of people having the above error, and most have fixed it (those who succeeded) either by disabling various Guest Network or LAN access in Guest Networks, or disabling some QoS, disabling some IPv6, etc. I myself have never...
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    DHCP reservations: easiest way to export (from one Asus router) and import (into another router) ?

    Thanks @eibgrad , I thought it could be risky to mess with nvram, but I'll give it a try then.
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    DHCP reservations: easiest way to export (from one Asus router) and import (into another router) ?

    As per title: playing with the new AC86U I want to put in place of the AC5300, what's the quickest/easiest way to clone the (long) DHCP reservations list I have in the latter ?
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    Has anyone successfully used collectd to monitor temperature / thermal values ?

    Correct for the temp with 3 figures (hopefully never, but in that case it wouldn't be handled), thanks. Out of curiosity instead, isn't in this case the script path on jffs just read ? What gets written into there ?
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    Has anyone successfully used collectd to monitor temperature / thermal values ?

    No, the curl command sends its data towards an InfluxDB server that's hosted on a linux box in my local network. The same host is running Grafana where various data from InfluxDB is represented. For anyone interested it seems that in the setup of my specific router the major factor impacting...
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    Has anyone successfully used collectd to monitor temperature / thermal values ?

    Thanks @Yota that's exactly what I had done indeed, following the above idea of skipping collectd altogether. I ended up with this: /tmp/home/root# crontab -l | grep temp * * * * * /jffs/scripts/temp.sh where: /tmp/home/root# cat /jffs/scripts/temp.sh #!/bin/sh INFLUXDB_IP=192.168.1.15...
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    Has anyone successfully used collectd to monitor temperature / thermal values ?

    Thanks @amplatfus, I'll check it out ! I think it'd need some changes (the RT-AC5300 is not an HDN platform so the dev to monitor CPU temp is different, but the very same principle applies) also in order to make it send the metric directly to influx via curl perhaps (this would skip collectd...
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