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    Options when behind cgnat

    Yeah it seems like it is ISP related, the main reason for suggesting something like HE.net tunnel is it is free, high capacity, and they give you a free static IPV6 range. Whereas many of the traditional VPN providers will have bandwidth limits or require paid service, and if you need inbound...
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    Options when behind cgnat

    As long as the DNS encryption is only between your router and internet DNS it shouldn't hurt anything. If you're trying to encrypt between LAN devices and router, might be something there. Don't suppose you'd be open to doing a factory reset on your router, staring with just barebones config...
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    If you ever have a chance, find the MAC address for 192.168.100.1 by going into the CLI and doing "arp -a", then delete the static route and reboot the router, then log into the CLI again and set a static ARP entry for 192.168.100.1 using arp -s. See if you are able to connect to the modem, and...
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    Try the static route that the other person posted too, never know, may work. 192.168.100.1 via 192.168.100.1. Having that route in theory makes the router ARP for 192.168.100.1 from time to time so it might help. There is a way to add a static ARP via a script which would probably accomplish...
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    Options when behind cgnat

    There are plenty of ISPs who have rolled out IPv6 when they can charge for static (FIOS and Xfinity being two big ones), so it is probably more just they haven't had the time or resources to do it. You sure they definitely don't support it at all? Obviously if you had that then you could just...
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    I know plenty of people with Comcast (had it myself years ago for many years) and have never seen them disable their admin page after x minutes. Only guess is some bug with the Asus firmware not liking the private IP on the WAN port, or losing ARP entry for it, which the route keeps alive...
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    One device drags entire home network down

    Only thing I can think is somehow the PC is bridging the TX and RX together when asleep (occasionally) and causing a loop. You could try toying with some BIOS power settings but sounds like you've already tried disabling/unchecking power management for the NIC in windows? If so the next poster...
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    AXE58BT/ax86u slow speeds

    I'm not going to argue over it, if you want to get bent out of shape, feel free. Long story short, the post was about someone having issues connecting a device, it was suggested that they not hardcode the width, I shared my prior experience of having seen compatibility issues when channel...
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    Some cable providers do use PPPoE (username and password in the router) which is why I ask. Without looking in the CLI and poking around can't really do more than guess unfortunately.
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    Your default route (which points all traffic except your LAN subnet to the WAN) covers 192.168.100.1 so that static route isn't doing anything routing wise. It may be overcoming some sort of glitch or bug though. Are you using PPPoE for your ISP connection? It is possible that static route is...
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    Asus RT-AC86U vlans plus Unifi UAP-AC-Pro networks

    Yeah in this case he's referring to the GUI. The hardware does support it as some have gotten it working via the complex commands I linked to, and in reality these routers all use VLANs out of the box to segment LAN and WAN. Lack of hardware support would be different but unlikely to run into...
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    Asus RT-AC86U vlans plus Unifi UAP-AC-Pro networks

    Just to clarify, CTF and hardware routing are not hacks, it is what every enterprise router/switch/firewall/NIC etc uses to get the performance they have. Without hardware forwarding, the biggest most expensive Cisco router would be capable of megs, not gigs. Your PC uses hardware forwarding...
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    After you did a factory reset, did you try before configuring anything other than basic settings? I'm thinking something like AIprotection, parental controls, etc could be interfering. Are you using a PPPoE connection with your ISP? I've heard of that being an issue, I don't recall the...
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    Cable Modem Diagnostics Page Scripts Blocked - In 386.7 and 386.7.1 only

    That static route pointing to itself does nothing. Only thing I can think is maybe it is forcing an ARP request and keeping it active somehow, but your default route should do that as well. The modem doesn't announce anything, it essentially "intercepts" traffic destined for that IP passing...
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    AXE58BT/ax86u slow speeds

    In fairness your collection covers probably 1 brand of radio chipset, maybe 2 :) Your experiences with Cisco and Ubiquiti are different than mine. Possibly different models or behaviors have been changed over time. I had a couple of the first models of APs Ruckus made in my house for a...
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