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Reply # 870360 1-Aug-2013 22:12
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Hi everyone, this is from my Asus N55U, could someone tell me if this is normal?


Aug 1 19:09:19 kernel: RX DESC a6ba2000 size = 2048 Aug 1 19:09:19 kernel: <-- RTMPAllocTxRxRingMemory, Status=0 Aug 1 19:09:19 kernel: Key1Str is Invalid key length(0) or Type(0) Aug 1 19:09:19 kernel: Key2Str is Invalid key length(0) or Type(0) Aug 1 19:09:19 kernel: Key3Str is Invalid key length(0) or Type(0) Aug 1 19:09:19 kernel: Key4Str is Invalid key length(0) or Type(0) Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: 1. Phy Mode = 8 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: 2. Phy Mode = 8 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: 3. Phy Mode = 8 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: MCS Set = ff ff ff 00 01 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: Main bssid = 08:60:6e:8e:53:14 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: <==== rt28xx_init, Status=0 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: 0x1300 = 00064380 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: set watchdog pid as: 468 Aug 1 19:09:20 kernel: set watchdog pid as: 468 Aug 1 19:10:24 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:11:36 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:36:41 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x0 ) Aug 1 19:37:53 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:39:00 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:40:05 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:41:09 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:42:13 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:43:18 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:44:22 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:45:27 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:46:35 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:47:38 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:48:45 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:49:49 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:50:55 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:54:09 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:55:13 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:56:17 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 ) Aug 1 19:57:23 kernel: ACT - SendBSS2040CoexistMgmtAction( BSSCoexist2040 = 0x6 )



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  Reply # 871778 5-Aug-2013 00:13
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vts13th: Hi everyone, this is from my Asus N55U, could someone tell me if this is normal?


Hey vts13th, sorry i missed all your queries earlier. Is it all functioning ok in bridge now??? 

I just checked my logs in n55u (presumably that is all from there) but mine shows none of those. Is it having any issues?

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  Reply # 872369 5-Aug-2013 21:00
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Hi Lobster,

Speed dropped intermittently from 27mbps down & 10mbps up to 2mbps down & 0.5mbps up and last up to about an hour. 

Also under (Bridge mode) my Playstation 3 seem like it has been CAP of 10mbps down & 1.4mbps up, when not in bridge mode I can get twice as much that.


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  Reply # 872371 5-Aug-2013 21:04
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Seem like someone else is having the same issue.

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/forums/showthread.php?p=67339

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  Reply # 872373 5-Aug-2013 21:09
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Would bridge mode still work under this Asus official firmware version 3.0.0.4.364?

I'm not worrying about Dual Mode Wifi, Signal Mode will do for me.

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  Reply # 875350 11-Aug-2013 13:47

Hi there and thanks for the excellent set-up instructions.

Attached is a picture of a slightly different way to set-up the WAN.
I followed your instructions but instead of setting up as Dual WAN with DSL and LAN, I turned the Dual WAN setting OFF so that only the WAN is provided through the LAN port.

Using this method I don't see errors in the General Log of the DSL-N55U where it is failing to access the DSL connection and the Network MAP > Internet (as shown) looks more like what I expected.

The only downside is I can't browse to the web page (192.168.1.254) of the TG589 any more which I could do using your original method. Any solution for that? FYI my network is on 192.168.0.0
Also for some reason (firmware bug?) every time I go to the WAN page of the DSL-N55U it shows me the Internet Connection settings for the DSL connection and I have to go to the Dual WAN tab (at the top of the page) then back to the Internet Connection Tab for it to show me the PPPoE settings. I should pop into the ASUS forum and tell them about that bug.

Basically this method achieves the same result so I offer it here as an alternative for anyone trying it out.

Cheers,
Bruce



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  Reply # 875379 11-Aug-2013 15:15

Doesn't appear I can Edit my post above.

Update: When I went to the ASUS forum to advise of the bug, there had been an update to the Dual WAN firmware. Downloaded and installed the new Firmware 3.0.0.5.374_150 and it has fixed the problems I mentioned above.
So I can now enter the TG589 web page and the DSL settings do not incorrectly show up in the Internet Connection page of the DSL-N55U. Below is the updated Network MAP > Internet page the Dual WAN page didn't change.

So basically you don't have to set-up the DSL for Fail over in the Dual WAN page as shown by the op.


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  Reply # 878459 14-Aug-2013 23:54
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What speed do u get over wi fi?i have some problems with 7 mb over wi fi and 34-36 wired.i don't know why the difference is so huge.please help if u can

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