What do these log entries mean?

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Lee MacMillan

Regular Contributor
These are from my new AX86U running 384 level Asuswrt. Everything seems to be working fine but looks like something is happening for 3 seconds every 20-30 minutes.

Mar 7 15:25:36 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 15:25:39 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 15:25:49 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 15:25:52 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 16:12:45 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 16:12:47 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 100 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 16:14:20 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 16:14:24 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 16:47:04 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 16:47:06 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 100 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 17:07:34 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 17:07:37 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 17:45:21 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN.
Mar 7 17:45:23 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link Up at 100 mbps full duplex
Mar 7 17:47:17 kernel: eth1 (Ext switch port: 0) (Logical Port: 8) (phyId: 8) Link DOWN
 

joe scian

Very Senior Member
I have two wired connections, one at 1Gbps and one at 100 mbps.

If it was not a known issue ( of which I am unsure) could point to a faulty cable?
 

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