Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.1 is now available

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shay3203

New Around Here
I experiencing several issues with the new firmware 386.1_2 on my Asus Ac86U router i made full reset to my router after updating to this version:

1) when i schedule my wifi on/off every night the 2.4Ghz wifi is not returning in the morning i need to restart my router then it's come back (the 5Ghz is working normally)

2) when i choosing "Set AP Isolated" on 5Ghz or 2.4Ghz wifi, i do not have any access to my local LAN from my main wifi on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.

3) On the 5Ghz wifi setting under "Control Channel" set to "Auto" and the option "Auto select channel including DFS channels" is off the 5Ghz wifi still sometimes using DFS channels like channel 100.


I will be glad if some other can check those issues and confirm them. thanks.
 

redbarchetta

New Around Here
Back on topic (re: Chromecasts), I have a number of Chromecast Audio devices (poor man's Sonos) that would simply stop playing (from Spotify) out of blue. I recently "bound" them to the closest node a couple of days ago and haven't had a drop since then. I have no idea if this is the correct remedy or not, but it seems to have helped these devices.
 

Begotten

Occasional Visitor
Anyone having issues with Chromecasts disappearing off the network? A few of mine go AWOL off the Google Home app, but are still visible in the network list on the router.
Hi,
I've got almost the same issue with all my Google devices. They were able to connect to the internet but not accessible in the google home app.

To solve the problem I disabled the Airtime Fairness (Wireless->Professional) for both bands.
Hope this help.
 

maxbraketorque

Very Senior Member
I experiencing several issues with the new firmware 386.1_2 on my Asus Ac86U router i made full reset to my router after updating to this version:

1) when i schedule my wifi on/off every night the 2.4Ghz wifi is not returning in the morning i need to restart my router then it's come back (the 5Ghz is working normally)

2) when i choosing "Set AP Isolated" on 5Ghz or 2.4Ghz wifi, i do not have any access to my local LAN from my main wifi on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz.

3) On the 5Ghz wifi setting under "Control Channel" set to "Auto" and the option "Auto select channel including DFS channels" is off the 5Ghz wifi still sometimes using DFS channels like channel 100.


I will be glad if some other can check those issues and confirm them. thanks.

1) Haven't checked.

2) I just set AP isolated on the 2.4 GHz channel, and I can still access my LAN devices (other computers) via 5 GHz. And setting AP isolated on 5 GHz still allows me to access LAN devices from 2.4 GHz. Both of the devices that I accessed are wired, so perhaps that's making a difference.

3) I know its not an answer to your question, but I suggest moving away from auto channel assignment. Your wifi will be more stable.
 

beady_uk

Occasional Visitor
Router = AC86U. Firmware = 386.1_2

My system log is full of this....

Code:
Feb 16 15:52:49 kernel: CONSOLE: 221972.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:12 kernel: CONSOLE: 222330.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:53:12 kernel: CONSOLE: 222330.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: pgd = ffffffc011b53000
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: [00000000] *pgd=0000000015b67003, *pud=0000000015b67003, *pmd=00000000191ea003, *pte=0000000000000000
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: CPU: 1 PID: 1057 Comm: dcd Tainted: P           O    4.1.27 #2
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: Hardware name: Broadcom-v8A (DT)
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: task: ffffffc011f66a40 ti: ffffffc01099c000 task.ti: ffffffc01099c000
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: PC is at 0xf6d49f44
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: LR is at 0x1dd14
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: pc : [<00000000f6d49f44>] lr : [<000000000001dd14>] pstate: 600f0010
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: sp : 00000000ffbaaf08
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x12: 00000000000a2050
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x11: 00000000f5fff024 x10: 00000000000a23c4
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x9 : 00000000f5fff914 x8 : 00000000000a287c
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x7 : 00000000f5fff944 x6 : 00000000000a2876
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x5 : 0000000000000000 x4 : 00000000f5fff8f8
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x3 : 0000000000000000 x2 : 00000000ffbaaee4
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x1 : 000000000007d75a x0 : 0000000000000000
Feb 16 15:53:26 kernel: CONSOLE: 222344.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:53:26 kernel: CONSOLE: 222344.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:39 kernel: CONSOLE: 222357.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:53:39 kernel: CONSOLE: 222357.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:50 kernel: CONSOLE: 222033.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:53:50 kernel: CONSOLE: 222033.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:13 kernel: CONSOLE: 222391.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:54:13 kernel: CONSOLE: 222391.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:27 kernel: CONSOLE: 222405.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:54:27 kernel: CONSOLE: 222405.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:40 kernel: CONSOLE: 222418.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:54:40 kernel: CONSOLE: 222418.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222094.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:54:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222094.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222452.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:55:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222452.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222466.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:55:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222466.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222479.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:55:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222479.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222155.266 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:55:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222155.266 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222513.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:56:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222513.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222527.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:56:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222527.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222540.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:56:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222540.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:52 kernel: CONSOLE: 222216.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:56:52 kernel: CONSOLE: 222216.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:15 kernel: CONSOLE: 222574.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:57:15 kernel: CONSOLE: 222574.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:29 kernel: CONSOLE: 222588.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:57:29 kernel: CONSOLE: 222588.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:42 kernel: CONSOLE: 222601.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:57:42 kernel: CONSOLE: 222601.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:53 kernel: CONSOLE: 222277.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:57:53 kernel: CONSOLE: 222277.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:16 kernel: CONSOLE: 222635.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:58:16 kernel: CONSOLE: 222635.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:30 kernel: CONSOLE: 222649.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:58:30 kernel: CONSOLE: 222649.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:43 kernel: CONSOLE: 222662.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:58:43 kernel: CONSOLE: 222662.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:54 kernel: CONSOLE: 222338.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:58:54 kernel: CONSOLE: 222338.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:59:17 kernel: CONSOLE: 222696.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:59:17 kernel: CONSOLE: 222696.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:59:31 kernel: CONSOLE: 222710.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:59:31 kernel: CONSOLE: 222710.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:59:44 kernel: CONSOLE: 222723.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:59:44 kernel: CONSOLE: 222723.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6

Router seems to be working fine, is there anything i should be changing/fixing?

Thanks
 

Jeffrey Young

Very Senior Member
Router = AC86U. Firmware = 386.1_2

My system log is full of this....

Code:
Feb 16 15:52:49 kernel: CONSOLE: 221972.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:12 kernel: CONSOLE: 222330.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:53:12 kernel: CONSOLE: 222330.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: pgd = ffffffc011b53000
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: [00000000] *pgd=0000000015b67003, *pud=0000000015b67003, *pmd=00000000191ea003, *pte=0000000000000000
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: CPU: 1 PID: 1057 Comm: dcd Tainted: P           O    4.1.27 #2
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: Hardware name: Broadcom-v8A (DT)
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: task: ffffffc011f66a40 ti: ffffffc01099c000 task.ti: ffffffc01099c000
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: PC is at 0xf6d49f44
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: LR is at 0x1dd14
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: pc : [<00000000f6d49f44>] lr : [<000000000001dd14>] pstate: 600f0010
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: sp : 00000000ffbaaf08
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x12: 00000000000a2050
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x11: 00000000f5fff024 x10: 00000000000a23c4
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x9 : 00000000f5fff914 x8 : 00000000000a287c
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x7 : 00000000f5fff944 x6 : 00000000000a2876
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x5 : 0000000000000000 x4 : 00000000f5fff8f8
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x3 : 0000000000000000 x2 : 00000000ffbaaee4
Feb 16 15:53:25 kernel: x1 : 000000000007d75a x0 : 0000000000000000
Feb 16 15:53:26 kernel: CONSOLE: 222344.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:53:26 kernel: CONSOLE: 222344.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:39 kernel: CONSOLE: 222357.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:53:39 kernel: CONSOLE: 222357.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:53:50 kernel: CONSOLE: 222033.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:53:50 kernel: CONSOLE: 222033.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:13 kernel: CONSOLE: 222391.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:54:13 kernel: CONSOLE: 222391.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:27 kernel: CONSOLE: 222405.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:54:27 kernel: CONSOLE: 222405.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:40 kernel: CONSOLE: 222418.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:54:40 kernel: CONSOLE: 222418.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:54:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222094.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:54:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222094.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222452.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:55:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222452.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222466.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:55:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222466.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222479.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:55:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222479.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:55:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222155.266 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:55:51 kernel: CONSOLE: 222155.266 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222513.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:56:14 kernel: CONSOLE: 222513.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222527.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:56:28 kernel: CONSOLE: 222527.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222540.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:56:41 kernel: CONSOLE: 222540.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:56:52 kernel: CONSOLE: 222216.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:56:52 kernel: CONSOLE: 222216.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:15 kernel: CONSOLE: 222574.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:57:15 kernel: CONSOLE: 222574.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:29 kernel: CONSOLE: 222588.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:57:29 kernel: CONSOLE: 222588.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:42 kernel: CONSOLE: 222601.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:57:42 kernel: CONSOLE: 222601.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:57:53 kernel: CONSOLE: 222277.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:57:53 kernel: CONSOLE: 222277.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:16 kernel: CONSOLE: 222635.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:58:16 kernel: CONSOLE: 222635.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:30 kernel: CONSOLE: 222649.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:58:30 kernel: CONSOLE: 222649.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:43 kernel: CONSOLE: 222662.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:58:43 kernel: CONSOLE: 222662.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:58:54 kernel: CONSOLE: 222338.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc
Feb 16 15:58:54 kernel: CONSOLE: 222338.260 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 003202dc ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:59:17 kernel: CONSOLE: 222696.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924
Feb 16 15:59:17 kernel: CONSOLE: 222696.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0032f924 ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:59:31 kernel: CONSOLE: 222710.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac
Feb 16 15:59:31 kernel: CONSOLE: 222710.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 00332bac ini->tid 6
Feb 16 15:59:44 kernel: CONSOLE: 222723.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11144 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0
Feb 16 15:59:44 kernel: CONSOLE: 222723.302 wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini:11170 tid 6 scb_ampdu->ini[tid] 0033bbf0 ini->tid 6

Router seems to be working fine, is there anything i should be changing/fixing?

Thanks

Long time issue. Anything Trend Mrco related causes this. Only way to make it stop is to stop using anything Trend Micro and retract your permission in the privacy section.

There is tons of thread on this issue.
 

beady_uk

Occasional Visitor
Long time issue. Anything Trend Mrco related causes this. Only way to make it stop is to stop using anything Trend Micro and retract your permission in the privacy section.

There is tons of thread on this issue.
OK thanks for the info.

I searched for that Kernel console error but couldnt find anything that matched what i was seeing.
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
OK thanks for the info.

I searched for that Kernel console error but couldnt find anything that matched what i was seeing.
Aren't you referring to the wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini messages? That is not the same as "dcd Tainted".
 

beady_uk

Occasional Visitor
Aren't you referring to the wlc_ampdu_init_tid_ini messages? That is not the same as "dcd Tainted".
I dont know to be honest.

My log is full of them lines and i dont know what any of it means. I was hopeing someone with better knowledge of the inner workings of the router could tell me if something was wrong, not working, or needed changed.

Cheers
 

ATLga

Senior Member
I dont know to be honest.

My log is full of them lines and i dont know what any of it means. I was hopeing someone with better knowledge of the inner workings of the router could tell me if something was wrong, not working, or needed changed.

Cheers
The dcd tainted is an indicator of the long standing trend micro issues (back to about sep or oct 2019 I think). The console stuff IMO is a byproduct of the TM errors.

disable the TM as Jeffrey described above, clear your log, reboot for extra measure, then see if the errors (all of them) go away.
 
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Clark Griswald

Senior Member
RE: Router Log Entries
Looking at the log entries is similar to looking at my car engine.
Everything is running smooth and The Family isn't complaining, so why should I look at the engine (router log) that I would mess up on my own.

Stay Safe Everyone
 

det721

Part of the Furniture
Been using 386.1_2 since release AX58U. So far very solid release. Don't use scrips but i do use DNS/TLS speeds are excellent GUI is stable and the internet just works. Once again Thank You @Merlin. :)
 

JohnD5000

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3) On the 5Ghz wifi setting under "Control Channel" set to "Auto" and the option "Auto select channel including DFS channels" is off the 5Ghz wifi still sometimes using DFS channels like channel 100.
I have an AC86U also, I don't recall seeing a "Auto select channel including DFS channels" option. Where exactly is this option?
 

raion969

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Other question is there a differenz between usb 2.0 and usw 3.0 with and external ssd, wahat would you recommend and why?
 

Jeffrey Young

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OK thanks for the info.

I searched for that Kernel console error but couldnt find anything that matched what i was seeing.

As you have noticed, the constant crashing does not seem to hurt anything. Just more of an annoyance in the logs. It is not right mind you. That is certainly the cause of the dcd tainted crash.
I have an AC86U also, I don't recall seeing a "Auto select channel including DFS channels" option. Where exactly is this option?

It only show up if your region allows DFS channels. It should be a check box besides the channel box if supported (Ex. if the country code is US, it shows up, if CA, does not show up).
 

John Davis

Regular Contributor
Thanks, Merlin. I thought that there were minimal changes in the short lived A2 and the latest final. I'll try it and see if it addresses the problem...

well worth the effort - like you I was on A2 and went to the final without factory resetting, temps had been a bit high on my ac86u (about 88 degrees C), after a factory reset and full reconfig temps are stable a good 10 degrees lower (78 degrees C) with the exact same settings
 

JohnD5000

Senior Member
As you have noticed, the constant crashing does not seem to hurt anything. Just more of an annoyance in the logs. It is not right mind you. That is certainly the cause of the dcd tainted crash.


It only show up if your region allows DFS channels. It should be a check box besides the channel box if supported (Ex. if the country code is US, it shows up, if CA, does not show up).

I'm in the US and do not see it. How do you check the region the router is set too?
 
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