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AC68U 380.70 need help on port setting (disable autoneg )

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by sunburn20, May 13, 2018.

  1. sunburn20

    sunburn20 New Around Here

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    Hi,

    I am running my AC68U as an access point with 4(5) port switch with Merlin 380.70.

    Since my Synology NAS is configured to wake from deep sleep using WOL broadcast,
    the AC68U gigabit port where it is connected negotiates 100Mbit instead of 1GB when the NAS returns from sleep.

    I like to disable auto-negotiation and set 1 GBit fdx.

    Is this possible ? btw: the NAS doesn't have any NIC config options :-(

    Thanks for any hint
     
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  3. sunburn20

    sunburn20 New Around Here

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    I tried "ethtool" installed via Entware , unfortunately no success.
     
  4. sunburn20

    sunburn20 New Around Here

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    still no solution, anyone ?
     
  5. joegreat

    joegreat Very Senior Member

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    The command line tool robocfg - connect via Telnet/SSH and use the option "show" to get the port_number and then "robocfg port <port_number> media 1000FD":

    Code:
    [email protected]:/tmp/home/root# robocfg
    Broadcom BCM5325/535x/536x/5311x switch configuration utility
    Copyright (C) 2005-2008 Oleg I. Vdovikin ([email protected])
    Copyright (C) 2005 Dmitry 'dimss' Ivanov of "Telecentrs" (Riga, Latvia)
    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
    GNU General Public License for more details.
    Usage: robocfg <op> ... <op>
    Operations are as below:
            show -- show current config
            showmacs -- show known MAC addresses
            showports -- show only port config
            switch <enable|disable>
            port <port_number> [state <enabled|rx_disabled|tx_disabled|disabled>]
                    [stp none|disable|block|listen|learn|forward] [tag <vlan_tag>]
                    [media auto|10HD|10FD|100HD|100FD|1000HD|1000FD]
                    [mdi-x auto|on|off] [jumbo off|on]
            vlan <vlan_number> [ports <ports_list>]
            vlans <enable|disable|reset>
            ports_list should be one argument, space separated, quoted if needed,
            port number could be followed by 't' to leave packet vlan tagged (CPU
            port default) or by 'u' to untag packet (other ports default) before
            bringing it to the port, '*' is ignored
    Samples:
    1) ASUS WL-500g Deluxe stock config (eth0 is WAN, eth0.1 is LAN):
    robocfg switch disable vlans enable reset vlan 0 ports "0 5u" vlan 1 ports "1 2 3 4 5t" port 0 state enabled stp none switch enable
    2) WRT54g, WL-500g Deluxe OpenWRT config (vlan0 is LAN, vlan1 is WAN):
    robocfg switch disable vlans enable reset vlan 0 ports "1 2 3 4 5t" vlan 1 ports "0 5t" port 0 state enabled stp none switch enable
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2018
  6. sunburn20

    sunburn20 New Around Here

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    :) works , installed in jffs/scripts for next reboot - thank you very much.
     
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