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Topic # 15288 14-Aug-2007 10:35
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I have a Dlink DSL-G604T router, which works fine except that it produces an awful lot of entries in its log file. They all look the same:

get 0xF at Addr 0xA30085B0

It tends to produce them in batches of 5 or so per second. Sometimes for several seconds in a row, and sometimes with a gap of a couple of seconds or even minutes between batches. For what it's worth: I'm on Telecom Broadband (no idea if that makes any difference), and according to the router I am using ADSL2+ (Multi-Mode).

Has anyone seen this before? What does this log message mean, and what can/should be done about it?

Thank you very much...


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  Reply # 82307 14-Aug-2007 10:49
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Going on googles findings..

Its reading a setting when you access the status page.

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