Recent content by R. Gerrits

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    Custom static secondary route on WAN interface

    some other test: [email protected]:~$ traceroute -s 192.168.100.2 192.168.100.1 traceroute to 192.168.100.1 (192.168.100.1) from 192.168.100.2, 30 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 192.168.100.1 (192.168.100.1) 12.528 ms 2.780 ms 6.405 ms [email protected]:~$ So then it does use the correct IP and reaches...
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    Custom static secondary route on WAN interface

    tried a similar thing at my end: add 192.168.100.2 as a secondary ip to brwan, started a tcpdump and did a ping from the router to 192.168.100.1. It still uses the primary public IP instead of the secondary private IP. But I don't see any arp request does come from the private IP (and gets a...
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    Custom static secondary route on WAN interface

    what about doing a tcpdump during the test? perhaps you can then at least see what is happening / which mac-addresses are responding. Perhaps that sheds some light.
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    Kamoj Kamoj Add-on Beta testing

    one correction -> OVPN provider can push indeed their DNS-servers during connection. But on Linux this requires additional scripting to be done in the --up/--down scripts to actually update the resolv.conf file. And currently this part is not implemented. So unless the VPN provider intercepts...
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    Custom static secondary route on WAN interface

    Are you sure that that device has a firewall which only accepts traffic from a particular range? I have a similar situation, where my cablemodem is in bridgemode, but still has ip 192.168.100.1 If I add an additional route via ip route add 192.168.100.1 dev brwan scope link then I can just...
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    "Available Network Folders" in USB Storage (Advanced Settings)

    I agree it is a bit of a confusing thing by Netgear, but that folder name indicates which folder on the USB stick is being shared as that particular share. Folder name U:\ thus means that the entire USB disk is shared. But if you want, you could for instance also only share optware, and then...
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    R7800 wifi android POP mail apps stop working

    hmm strange... Next step I would try: Use the debug page (routerlogin.net/debug.htm) to start a packet capture. (best to do that to an USB stick) Then repeat the steps you did earlier. (best to make sure that as little devices as possible are connected to the R7800, to minimize the size of the...
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    R7800 wifi android POP mail apps stop working

    You have a point there. Was distracted when I reacted. I thought I read, that it also didn't work on laptop. But that is not mentioned anywhere. And if it starts working again after a reboot of the phone, then it is even more likely to be a phone issue. Still strange though...
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    R7800 wifi android POP mail apps stop working

    I guess you found the cause... The reason why Firefox still can browse -> I suspect that Firefox uses DNS-over-HTTPS and is completely bypassing the DNS-resolver on the R7800. In the meantime, a workaround -> change your WiFi setting on the phone, to use manual DNS servers, and enter the DNS...
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    R7800 wifi android POP mail apps stop working

    Time to pullout wireshark?? Or seeing that you have android, I'd then install some DNS lookup tool (or SSHserver) - use DNS lookup tool (or SSH into android) to see to which IP address the DNS-name of the pop3-server is resolving. Compare this between WiFi and 4G. (perhaps with a reboot in...
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    OpenDNS with R7800

    Then it works as designed -> normally router only passed itself as DNS server to the connected devices. And dnsmasq on the router receives dns-requests from those devices and forwards those to the configured DNS servers. On the connected devices, you cannot see which DNS server is eventually...
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    Voxel Voxel + iptables

    Reason is the hardware acceleration in the modem. Traffic that is handled inside that acceleration cpu, is not seen by iptables counters. If you'd really want to have accurate accounting by iptables, then you could disable accelleration via ssh. /etc/init.d/qca-nss-ecm stop Depending on the...
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    Kamoj Kamoj Add-on Beta testing

    Do you mean that you'll give the latest kamoj update a go? Or that you'll give the latest (beta) AdGuard Home update a go? Because potentially you were affected by this bug: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdGuardHome/issues/2225 And it should be first fixed in v0.105.0-beta.2 (but updating to...
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    PXE boot and ORBI RBR50

    If the client that you want to boot via PXE boot, sits in the same subnet as the router and the PXE-server (WDS), then both the router and the WDS should see the DHCP broadcast that the client is doing. The router should then respond to offer an IP address, the WDS server should respond that it...
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    R9000 Voxel/Entware libftdi1 (ser2net) incompatible?

    did you use /opt/bin/opkg install libftdi1 ?? if you used the plain opkg install command, then it probably used the router version of opkg, which doesn't know voxels entware library
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