Release Asuswrt-Merlin 384.19 is now available

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xdj

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Update:

Deauth_ind D8:*:*:*:*:6F, status: 0, reason: Class 3 frame received from nonassociated station (7)

Error is causing issues…ie 1000 entries in syslog in 30 minutes for one device! Causing interruption in tv viewing. I know it’s not a wifi issue as my NAS has an ethernet connection and gets the same errors.

I never had this issue or error with my old 86U running 384.19, only my new 86U. I’ve read it’s an Asus problem but again, it never was an issue in my old 86U.

Devices are being dropped from the WiFi connection constantly or can not connect to the WiFi.

AiMesh nodes dropping from the network (Offline status)

My wife’s iPhone MAC address changed when it reconnected to the new router's network. This one I don’t get. At one time the MAC ended in C0:AE and now ends in 07:27! I have noticed that there’s 2 MAC’s on the phone. One is in “General” > “About” WiFi address and the other is listed the wifi connection SSID when you press the information button that’s beside it. This may be normal for Apple products but I’ve never seen it but I’m not an Apple user.

I have a printer that doesn’t show up in the router, but I can view its status in a web browser and print to it. My wife’s work iPhone doesn’t show up in the router, yet it’s connected according to the phone’s status.

Internet Traffic gauge displaying 100% up and down when there is no traffic. As well as WAN/LAN Bandwidth Monitor dials not moving when there’s traffic and the traffic analyzer being blank when there’s traffic! A reboot fixed it but still, it hasn’t been a one-off thing!

One positive thing…I haven’t noticed any random reboots with 384.19 on my new 86U!

Just to remind everyone, I’m just running the minimal for a configuration while I’ve been troubleshooting issues and it’s a brand-new router with a clean install of 384.19.

So, to sum it up, I haven’t been able to solve any issues…the issues just increase ☹!

That’s it for now…I think I’m going back to 384.18 or .17. I’m just so tired of erroneous issues!

Cheers
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
My wife’s iPhone MAC address changed when it reconnected to the new router's network. This one I don’t get. At one time the MAC ended in C0:AE and now ends in 07:27! I have noticed that there’s 2 MAC’s on the phone. One is in “General” > “About” WiFi address and the other is listed the wifi connection SSID when you press the information button that’s beside it. This may be normal for Apple products but I’ve never seen it but I’m not an Apple user.
This is an iOS 14 privacy feature, but she can disable it for your home SSIDs to avoid the MAC change. It’s called “Private Address” in the wireless network details. Turn it off per SSID and the old MAC will be seen again.
 

xdj

Occasional Visitor
This is an iOS 14 privacy feature, but she can disable it for your home SSIDs to avoid the MAC change. It’s called “Private Address” in the wireless network details. Turn it off per SSID and the old MAC will be seen again.
Thank you so much dave14305...I thought I was losing my mind!
I guess I should have read up on it. My daughter's phone didn't do it but I'm not sure if she has upgraded her phone.
I'm not a fan of Apple anyways...

Cheers,

X
 

Vimes

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This is an iOS 14 privacy feature, but she can disable it for your home SSIDs to avoid the MAC change. It’s called “Private Address” in the wireless network details. Turn it off per SSID and the old MAC will be seen again.

ooooo That has helped me, I was beggared if I could understand why I was seeing the same device noted with differing MAC addresses, it also applies to Android devices.....

Screenshot_20201011-085947_Settings.jpg

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Sicario

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I have RT-AC68U router and I'm trying to set up an Adaptive QOS but when I click on "Apply" nothing happens. Am I missing something? Thanks
how's your JFFS status? is it mounted?
 

NovusThi

New Around Here
Router is a RT AC86U, did a dirty flash from 384.18 and got a really weird behavior out of 384.19, all the entires under LAN > DHCP Server are gone for "Manually assigned IPs", I've done a factory restore reset, re-added all entries, upon rebooting the router they are all gone again. So, I'm not sure anymore what to do other than trying to roll back to 384.18.

Only "Error" mentioned on system log is "May 5 02:05:18 kernel: ^[[0;33;41m[ERROR pktrunner] runnerUcast_inet6addr_event,202: Could not rdpa_ucast_ipv6_host_address_table_find^[[0m" nothing else, I'm not sure I'm supposed to attach system logs in here tho, cause the attachment system doesnt seem to allow for it.

DHCP Reservation List:

DHCP_Empty_List.jpg
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
@NovusThi, read the changelog file and follow those instructions.
 

NovusThi

New Around Here
@NovusThi, read the changelog file and follow those instructions.
I'm not sure what you're refering to as I've read it and haven't seen anything I should do, only actionable item is around reseting the jffs partion, which I've already done. Care to be a little more specific?
 

bbunge

Very Senior Member
Router is a RT AC86U, did a dirty flash from 384.18 and got a really weird behavior out of 384.19, all the entires under LAN > DHCP Server are gone for "Manually assigned IPs", I've done a factory restore reset, re-added all entries, upon rebooting the router they are all gone again. So, I'm not sure anymore what to do other than trying to roll back to 384.18.

Only "Error" mentioned on system log is "May 5 02:05:18 kernel: ^[[0;33;41m[ERROR pktrunner] runnerUcast_inet6addr_event,202: Could not rdpa_ucast_ipv6_host_address_table_find^[[0m" nothing else, I'm not sure I'm supposed to attach system logs in here tho, cause the attachment system doesnt seem to allow for it.

DHCP Reservation List:

View attachment 26819
Check the /jffs to make sure it is mounted/ Format if necessary.
 

bbunge

Very Senior Member
Yesterday I upgraded two AC68U's from 384.18 to 384.19. Both routers had two OpenVPN servers enabled. After the upgrade restart server 1 on both routers failed to start. Disabling then starting the servers got them running on both routers. Have not been able to reboot the routers due to network needs to see if the problem persists.
Not complaining just reporting.
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
Heads up, I think it's now time to put this thread to bed. I will be shutting it down in the coming days, please create a separate thread if you need to ask anything.
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev

bbunge

Very Senior Member
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What was the reason logged in System Log?
Edit: Just noticed this was for server2. There are no entries in the syslog for openvpn-server1 untill I restarted it 6 hours after upgrade/reboot.
Had the same issue with 384.17 when the DHCPD6 could not get an IPV6 address. I disabled the IPV6 and had no problems until today.

From syslog
Code:
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2048]: OpenVPN 2.4.9 arm-unknown-linux-gnu [SSL (OpenSSL)] [LZO] [LZ4] [EPOLL] [MH/PKTINFO] [AEAD] built on Aug 14 2020
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2048]: library versions: OpenSSL 1.1.1g  21 Apr 2020, LZO 2.08
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: NOTE: the current --script-security setting may allow this configuration to call user-defined scripts
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: PLUGIN_INIT: POST /usr/lib/openvpn-plugin-auth-pam.so '[/usr/lib/openvpn-plugin-auth-pam.so] [openvpn]' intercepted=PLUGIN_AUTH_USER_PASS_VERIFY
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: Diffie-Hellman initialized with 2048 bit key
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: TUN/TAP device tun22 opened
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: TUN/TAP TX queue length set to 1000
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: /sbin/ifconfig tun22 10.16.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 mtu 1500 broadcast 10.16.0.255
Oct 13 13:47:25 lldpd[345]: removal request for address of 10.16.0.1%12, but no knowledge of it
Oct 13 13:47:25 lldpd[345]: removal request for address of 10.16.0.1%12, but no knowledge of it
Oct 13 13:47:25 ovpn-server2[2066]: ovpn-up 2 server tun22 1500 1621 10.16.0.1 255.255.255.0 init
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: Could not determine IPv4/IPv6 protocol. Using AF_INET6
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: Socket Buffers: R=[122880->122880] S=[122880->122880]
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: setsockopt(IPV6_V6ONLY=0)
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: UDPv6 link local (bound): [AF_INET6][undef]:1493
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: UDPv6 link remote: [AF_UNSPEC]
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: MULTI: multi_init called, r=256 v=256
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: IFCONFIG POOL: base=10.16.0.2 size=252, ipv6=0
Oct 13 13:47:26 ovpn-server2[2066]: Initialization Sequence Completed
 
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