[SOLVED]Syslog Flooded With "nf_conntrack" Errors, RT-AX88U

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
I wonder if the GUI tracked connections are related to the NF contrack error, I remember reading that you changed the max tracked connections to 300 as well as allowing it to refresh even when it went over please correct me if I'm wrong.
I changed what the GUI will display, not what the router is doing at the kernel level.
Wait hold up wouldn't that cause a conflict with a script that is designed to re start nf_contrack if it hits a certain limit of connections?
If you have opted-in to reset conntrack in FlexQoS, it is flushing all the connections (resetting count to 0), so I don't think that would be considered a conflict. But this is why it's opt-in. Only activate it if you think you need it.
But on a positive note you have done such an amazing job with the script that after I removed the NF contrack script and reset my router to factory and did a manual re configure I'm able to have a stable and extremely clear video chat with my girlfriend who is overseas which is a first.
Thank you. Happy to help make a love connection!
 

Vexira

Part of the Furniture
I changed what the GUI will display, not what the router is doing at the kernel level.

If you have opted-in to reset conntrack in FlexQoS, it is flushing all the connections (resetting count to 0), so I don't think that would be considered a conflict. But this is why it's opt-in. Only activate it if you think you need it.

Thank you. Happy to help make a love connection!
You are correct after removing the script to mod con track the error came back so now I'm not sure what the issue is exactly or how to fix it sadly.
 

Prodeje79

Occasional Visitor
I changed what the GUI will display, not what the router is doing at the kernel level.

If you have opted-in to reset conntrack in FlexQoS, it is flushing all the connections (resetting count to 0), so I don't think that would be considered a conflict. But this is why it's opt-in. Only activate it if you think you need it.

Thank you. Happy to help make a love connection!
I did the fix listed in this thread and use flexQoS. What's my best course of action for Everything to work best and no errors? Undo the fix and then enable this? @dave14305
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
I did the fix listed in this thread and use flexQoS. What's my best course of action for Everything to work best and no errors? Undo the fix and then enable this? @dave14305
I don’t really have any idea what you should or shouldn’t do. This isn’t my nut to crack. The only question is why are those modules being modprobed, and should they be there on an AX88U?


Edit: @RMerlin lost the -q option when he moved modprobe from rc.h to shared.h. https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin.ng/commit/1c7422234a09f97694a1d796a1da9addc83435c6
 
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Prodeje79

Occasional Visitor
I don’t really have any idea what you should or shouldn’t do. This isn’t my nut to crack. The only question is why are those modules being modprobed, and should they be there on an AX88U?


Edit: @RMerlin lost the -q option when he moved modprobe from rc.h to shared.h. https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin.ng/commit/1c7422234a09f97694a1d796a1da9addc83435c6
I actually have a 86u.

What does this edit mean for me??? Or who can help define the fix?
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture

faux123

Occasional Visitor
It’s up to Merlin to decide if this is intentional or unintentional. But either way, these modprobe messages aren‘t significant as Merlin hushed them in 2017:
functionally this has no effect. It simply prints an error message if the kernel module insert/remove experienced an issue.. it's good for debugging (for programmers).
 

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