The router has a frightening log

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FIN

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Does anyone know what's going on with the router? Periodically, this information appears in the log. At the same time, the Internet, wifi and time are lost
 

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AndreiV

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So your router rebooted .

You'll need to provide a lot better infomation if you want people to help you.

What router? What firmware version? What scripts are you running?
 

follower

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Does anyone know what's going on with the router? Periodically, this information appears in the log. At the same time, the Internet, wifi and time are lost
Your router has been rebooted for some reason. That's just a Boot log. The log is ok. You need to find something makes your router rebooted like a defective AC Adapter, a device which effects on your router something like that.
Possibility.
a defective AC Adapter > a connected device.
I hate AC88U. I think AC88U is a defect itself.
 
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airgap

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Reading LOGs are often very exhausting but I found something else which might need some attention:

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May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 641 at 0x000005020000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 679 at 0x0000054e0000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 732 at 0x000005b80000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 733 at 0x000005ba0000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 852 at 0x000006a80000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 872 at 0x000006d00000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 888 at 0x000006f00000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 889 at 0x000006f20000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 966 at 0x0000078c0000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 967 at 0x0000078e0000

Didn't anyone notice that? :D

May be your NVRAM has some difficulties (is failing or will fail soon).
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
Reading LOGs are often very exhausting but I found something else which might need some attention:

Code:
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 641 at 0x000005020000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 679 at 0x0000054e0000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 732 at 0x000005b80000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 733 at 0x000005ba0000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 852 at 0x000006a80000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 872 at 0x000006d00000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 888 at 0x000006f00000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 889 at 0x000006f20000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 966 at 0x0000078c0000
May 5 08:05:05 kernel: Bad eraseblock 967 at 0x0000078e0000

Didn't anyone notice that? :D

May be your NVRAM has some difficulties (is failing or will fail soon).
Bad blocks are pretty common, they get automatically managed by a badblock table.
 
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FIN

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AC88U with 3.0.0.4.386.43129. DHCP on, trendmicro on.
LAN 8 - 100 Mbps, but there is nothing pluged in.
With 2 aimesh node ac68u. other Lan devices thrue HPE 1920 Switch. CPU temperature : 65C
there were no reboots today. but yesterday's case was not the first.
 
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follower

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and which model is better to buy for replacement? AX88U-?
AX86U + an unmanaged switch for more ports. I had horrible exp with AC88U. I don't use them anymore. AX88U is not much that different.
 
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follower

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AC88U with 3.0.0.4.386.43129. DHCP on, trendmicro on.
LAN 8 - 100 Mbps, but there is nothing pluged in.
With 2 aimesh node ac68u. other Lan devices thrue hp switch. CPU temperature : 65C
there were no reboots today. but yesterday's case was not the first.
Turn off all AiProtection options. And watch it for a while. It happens again? remove devices one by one.
It happens again? Use a different AC Adapter and watch it. I think using a different adapter is better.
 

FIN

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WAN Connection: Fail to connect with some issues - every 4 houres. Router dying or provider is too bad.
 

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airgap

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If it has no warranty you could just try to flash a firmware on it ( stock -> merlin) may be that helps but otherwise don't waste precious life time and look out for another router.
 
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