AX3000 Drops WAN

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Rob R

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I have an occasional issue with my otherwise great RT-AX3000. It will decide that Internet is disconnected when my AT&T Gb gateway (Arris BGW210-700) shows as up. My fix has been a reboot to the AX3000, which fixes all. (I'm open to other suggestions.) Logs did show only one WAN_Connection error: "ISP's DHCP did not function properly". Any thoughts?
 

Butterfly Bones

Very Senior Member
I have an occasional issue with my otherwise great RT-AX3000. It will decide that Internet is disconnected when my AT&T Gb gateway (Arris BGW210-700) shows as up. My fix has been a reboot to the AX3000, which fixes all. (I'm open to other suggestions.) Logs did show only one WAN_Connection error: "ISP's DHCP did not function properly". Any thoughts?
Here is a thread on that with links to other similar posts and some solutions - one at the very end may work.
https://www.snbforums.com/threads/a...or-isps-dhcp-did-not-function-properly.61907/
 

Rob R

Occasional Visitor
My gateway's DHCP lease is 10 minutes. When the WAN link fails, it remains down indefinitely until I reboot. I provided that error because it's the only one I saw related to WAN and occurring around the time of the WAN failure. Anyhow, it's a rare failure, so I'll hold off on command line tweaks unless it happens again.

Thanks for the reference.
 

K4TTO

New Around Here
I fixed mine creating a special route table for the arris So my IPTV wont make me lose WAN.
 

brummygit

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