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    Quote Originally Posted by jzchen View Post
    Did you update the firmware for that AC55 unit there is/was an updated firmware version?
    I checked but did not find any updated firmware for it. If you're talking about a beta firmware I cvouldn't find that either.

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    I just wanted to share that upon looking at my network more recently as I added a new Lyra Voice node that I saw a few devices that were noted as having static IPs. I don't ever recall setting them up as static and my list on the GUI is completely empty, even allowing static IPs is not enabled.

    Have things gotten better?....

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    I have been watching this thread but really did not have must to input except many of the lines in those listings happen all the time.

    If you want to pin something down, knowing the eth number and the MAC address will help isolate the exact device. If it is having problems with eth6, change it to eth7 or 8.

    If it is one of the Ethernet connections, eth1- eth5 then the same would apply.

    Simplifying your system for testing may also help track down problems. You have many AiMesh units so you must have a very large space if you need that many. If those spaces are on different levels, you might try altering the antenna configuration.

    Personally, since I don't have ethernet backhaul I just use my routers as media bridges for those devices that have ethernet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    I have been watching this thread but really did not have must to input except many of the lines in those listings happen all the time.

    If you want to pin something down, knowing the eth number and the MAC address will help isolate the exact device. If it is having problems with eth6, change it to eth7 or 8.

    If it is one of the Ethernet connections, eth1- eth5 then the same would apply.

    Simplifying your system for testing may also help track down problems. You have many AiMesh units so you must have a very large space if you need that many. If those spaces are on different levels, you might try altering the antenna configuration.

    Personally, since I don't have ethernet backhaul I just use my routers as media bridges for those devices that have ethernet.
    Does ETH6 reference the radio band? If eth1-5 is the ethernet ports does that make eth6 the 2.4Ghz band? I know it couldn't reference the 5 or 6 bands because the devices that keep being listed are smart home devices that are 2.4 only. I have at least worked this to a stable point (for the most part) by removing the AC55 and the AX56 extenders, resetting the remaining routers and setting them in AP mode (no more mesh). Also I set the wifi bands all to the highest channel with the highest bandwidth available per an asus support rep direction. Oh and also disabled some additonal settings but can't think of what they were at the moment. Would have to check from a pc when back on home network.

    I still get the Deauth_ind 7C:A6:B0:16:7F:B5, status: 0, reason: Deauthenticated because sending station is leaving (or has left) IBSS or ESS (3), rssi:-50 fairly regularly which from what I have been able to gather from other posts and threads is supposedly when something interferes with the signal to the device or the device is moving/roaming and goes out of signal range. I can deduct the latter because the devices never move as most are a smart outlet or switch or light something like that that never changes position. So that leaves signal interference. Only thing that uses signal in my home that moves is my phone or my tablet, or on rare occasion my laptop. Could any of these really cause that much disruption?

    I am content at least because it seems most devices work and if disconnected will reconnect on their own. I was at the point of resetting most of my smart home on a daily basis and even then it would be hit or miss controlling it. The deauth events now usually are only a couple different devices at a time and seemed to come every 7-10mins and then last about a 15-30 seconds.

    -Aaron

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    In answer to the question, yes eth 6 is 2.4 7 is 5.1 and 8 is 6 Ghz.

    I get the Deauth_ind quite often, not really sure why but my system is very stable. If it is dropping and reconnecting, I don't even notice.

    Glad it is working better..

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    Not saure anyone still looking at this thread but if you are I'm now having some new weird issues that I again don't understand.

    First off I am noticing that CORE 4 of my router is like locked at 100% usage. I cant get it to change until I reboot the router and even then it only momentarily looks normal but then will shoot back up to 100% and I dont see it change. The other 3 COREs fluctuate like I am used to seeing.

    Then I am getting new log lines I I have never seen before. Lots of them so I don't even know where to begin on what to share.

    This morning and now all day eventually during my normal work use of this PC I will start getting errors when trying to go to a website where it brings up a splash page saying such and such blocked redir and then telling me to run network diagnostics which can't give me any insight when running. I have to reboot at this point to regain being able to browse.

    I am getting log lines where ETH1 is DOWN then UP at 1000 (logical port 8) or something like that happening multiple times in clumps of 2 mins at a time.

    I get an error regarding bcm63xx_nand timing out waiting for a command?

    I get lines mentioning A.Q0S rules is less than 22 and something like setup rule fail

    I see disk_monitor: Got SIGALRM...

    I see my ddns keeps restarting with watchdog calling it

    A reference to a zcip client being configured with an IP addy listed.

    I see smbd triggered out of memory codition (oom killer not called) followed by a long list that looks like memory pages followed by what looks like a hardware/firmware check to make sure everything is working correctly or something.

    rc_service: httpd 1703:notify_rc reboot
    Jun 16 10:58:08 pppd[2405]: Connection terminated.
    Jun 16 10:58:08 iTunes: daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:08 FTP Server: daemon is stopped
    Jun 16 10:58:10 Samba Server: smb daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:10 Timemachine: daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:10 WEBDAV Server: daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:11 BWDPI: force to flush flowcache entries
    Jun 16 10:58:11 BWDPI: rollback fc
    Jun 16 10:58:11 WEBDAV Server: daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:11 Mastiff: Got SIGTERM
    Jun 16 10:58:12 iTunes: daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:12 FTP Server: daemon is stopped
    Jun 16 10:58:12 Samba Server: smb daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:12 hour monitor: dpi engine doesn't exist
    Jun 16 10:58:12 Timemachine: daemon is stoped
    Jun 16 10:58:12 disk_monitor: Finish
    Jun 16 10:58:12 miniupnpd[3129]: shutting down MiniUPnPd
    Jun 16 10:58:14 ahs: ===Terminate ahs daemon===
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: ^[[0;33;41m[ERROR pktrunner] buildFlowKey,210: LAN flow is not supported: Rx 0, Tx 2^[[0m
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: port_generic_stop 561 skip turnning off power on eth1 here
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: port_generic_stop 561 skip turnning off power on eth2 here
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: port_generic_stop 561 skip turnning off power on eth3 here
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: port_generic_stop 561 skip turnning off power on eth4 here
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: port_generic_stop 561 skip turnning off power on eth5 here
    Jun 16 10:58:16 kernel: FPM Pool 1: invalid token 0x226b8000 freed
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: attaching mtd10
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: scanning is finished
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: attached mtd10 (name "misc1", size 8 MiB)
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: PEB size: 131072 bytes (128 KiB), LEB size: 126976 bytes
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: min./max. I/O unit sizes: 2048/2048, sub-page size 2048
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: VID header offset: 2048 (aligned 2048), data offset: 4096
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: good PEBs: 64, bad PEBs: 0, corrupted PEBs: 0
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: user volume: 1, internal volumes: 1, max. volumes count: 128
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: max/mean erase counter: 14/5, WL threshold: 4096, image sequence number: 340828245
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: available PEBs: 0, total reserved PEBs: 64, PEBs reserved for bad PEB handling: 4
    Jun 16 10:58:17 kernel: ubi2: background thread "ubi_bgt2d" started, PID 13962
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): background thread "ubifs_bgt2_0" started, PID 13978
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): UBIFS: mounted UBI device 2, volume 0, name "nvram"
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): LEB size: 126976 bytes (124 KiB), min./max. I/O unit sizes: 2048 bytes/2048 bytes
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): FS size: 5840896 bytes (5 MiB, 46 LEBs), journal size 1396736 bytes (1 MiB, 11 LEBs)
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): reserved for root: 0 bytes (0 KiB)
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): media format: w4/r0 (latest is w4/r0), UUID C50EC67E-2752-49C8-8249-D2C960A8A3CC, small LPT model
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): un-mount UBI device 2
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): background thread "ubifs_bgt2_0" stops
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: ubi2: detaching mtd10
    Jun 16 10:58:18 kernel: ubi2: mtd10 is detached
    Jun 16 10:58:18 get_ext_phy_id: 0/1/0/1
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: klogd started: BusyBox v1.24.1 (2022-02-17 15:29:22 CST)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Upload the firmware into the on-chip memory
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^M0%^M1%^M2%^M3%^M4%^M5%^M6%^M7%^M8%^M9%^M10%^M11% ^M12%^M13%^M14%^M15%^M16%^M17%^M18%^M19%^M20%^M21% ^M22%^M23%^M24%^M25%^M26%^M27%^M28%^M29%^M30%^M31% ^M32%^M33%^M34%^M35%^M36%^M37%^M38%^M39%^M40%^M41% ^M42%^M43%^M44%^M45%^M46%^M47%^M48%^M49%^M50%^M51% ^M52%^M53%^M54%^M55%^M56%^M57%^M58%^M59%^M60%^M61% ^M62%^M63%^M64%^M65%^M66%^M67%^M68%^M69%^M70%^M71% ^M72%^M73%^M74%^M75%^M76%^M77%^M78%^M79%^M80%^M81% ^M82%^M83%^M84%^M85%^M86%^M87%^M88%^M89%^M90%^M91% ^M92%^M93%^M94%^M95%^M96%^M97%^M98%^M99%^M100%
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Reset the processors to start execution of the code in the on-chip memory
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Verify that the processors are running: OK
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Verify that the firmware has been loaded with good CRC: OK
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Firmware loading completed successfully
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: BCMENET: Enabling Software GSO for eth0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: NOTE: Using Port Grouping for IMP ports : [ 0 --> 4 ] [ 1, 2 --> 5 ] [ 3, 7 --> 8 ]
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: LAG/Trunking enabled <0x08>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: getrcal for res select 5, int 664, ext 638, ratio 122 ratio1 152, rcal 9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Setting SGMII Calibration value to 0x9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: PLL_PON(8051): 0x0250; TX_PON(8067): 0x0048; RX_PON(80b2): 0x0980
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth0: Down <04:42:1A:4E:A5:10> <IntSw P3, Logical 03>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Chip Port 10, CrossBar Port 1, PHY_ID <0x0007f00c:0x0c: On-chip 1G GPHY> Cfg: ANG.1G; Down
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth1: Down <04:42:1A:4E:A5:10> <ExtSw P0, Logical 08> PHY_ID <0x0007f008:0x08: On-chip 1G GPHY> Cfg: ANG.1G; Down
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth2: Down <04:42:1A:4E:A5:10> <ExtSw P1, Logical 09> PHY_ID <0x0007f009:0x09: On-chip 1G GPHY> Cfg: ANG.1G; Down
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth3: Down <04:42:1A:4E:A5:10> <ExtSw P2, Logical 10> PHY_ID <0x0007f00a:0x0a: On-chip 1G GPHY> Cfg: ANG.1G; Down
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth4: Down <04:42:1A:4E:A5:10> <ExtSw P3, Logical 11> PHY_ID <0x0007f00b:0x0b: On-chip 1G GPHY> Cfg: ANG.1G; Down
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth5: Down <04:42:1A:4E:A5:10> <ExtSw P7, Logical 15>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Chip Port 9, CrossBar Port 0, PHY_ID <0x06180006:0x06:External 2.5G SERDES> Cfg: ANG.2.5G; Down
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: PHY_ID <0x0388001e:0x1e:External Cascaded 10G EXT3> Cfg: ANG.2.5G; Down ===> Activate Deep Green Mode
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcmswlpbk0 (Ext switch port: 8) (Logical Port: 8) Virtual link DOWN
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dgasp: kerSysRegisterDyingGaspHandler: bcmsw registered
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm_enet_init:L2396 ENET system contructed and configured enet-kthrd thread
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: enet_kthread_handler:L295 Instantiating ENET thread
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;34m[NTC bitpool] idx_pool_init: 551:PktRnr[0]:Create Index Pool_Size = 16512^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;34m[NTC bitpool] idx_pool_init: 551:L2L3-ucast:Create Index Pool_Size = 16384^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Initialized Runner Host Layer
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Initialized Runner Unicast Layer
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Initialized Runner L2 Unicast Layer
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;34m[NTC bitpool] idx_pool_init: 551:mcast:Create Index Pool_Size = 128^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Initialized Runner Multicast Layer
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;34m[NTC bitpool] idx_pool_init: 551:FHW[0]:Create Index Pool_Size = 16512^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Retrieve num_fhw_path=64
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;36;44mPathstats allocated 2048 bytes^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;36;44mBroadcom Packet Flow Cache HW acceleration enabled.^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Enabled Runner binding to Flow Cache
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Initialized Runner Protocol Layer (800)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Broadcom Runner Blog Driver Char Driver v0.1 Registered <309>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Lservices Loaded - NComm, Inc.
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: exLinuxETH Loaded - NComm, Inc.
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: PCIe HCD (impl1)^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: [2] DT node available: /pcie@80060000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: found port [2] GEN2 Core Rev [3.04] with 1 Lanes^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: getrcal for res select 5, int 664, ext 638, ratio 122 ratio1 152, rcal 9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [2] setting resistor calibration value to 0x9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: core [2] Link UP - [1] lanes, [GEN2] speed^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [2] Enabled PCIE/UBUS Error Interrupts^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [2] UBUS Intr [UBUS_LINKUP]^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: [1] DT node available: /pcie@80050000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: found port [1] GEN2 Core Rev [3.04] with 1 Lanes^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: getrcal for res select 5, int 664, ext 638, ratio 122 ratio1 152, rcal 9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [1] setting resistor calibration value to 0x9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: core [1] Link UP - [1] lanes, [GEN2] speed^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [1] Enabled PCIE/UBUS Error Interrupts^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [1] UBUS Intr [UBUS_LINKUP]^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: [0] DT node available: /pcie@80040000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: found port [0] GEN2 Core Rev [3.04] with 2 Lanes^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: getrcal for res select 5, int 664, ext 638, ratio 122 ratio1 152, rcal 9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [0] setting resistor calibration value to 0x9
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: core [0] Link UP - [2] lanes, [GEN2] speed^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [0] Enabled PCIE/UBUS Error Interrupts^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcm963xx-pcie: Core [0] UBUS Intr [UBUS_LINKUP]^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[1m^[[34mWifi Forwarding Driver is initialized!^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: broadcomThermalDrv brcm-therm: init (CPU count 4 4 4 4)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: brcm_otp_init entry
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: attaching mtd10
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: scanning is finished
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: attached mtd10 (name "misc1", size 8 MiB)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: PEB size: 131072 bytes (128 KiB), LEB size: 126976 bytes
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: min./max. I/O unit sizes: 2048/2048, sub-page size 2048
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: VID header offset: 2048 (aligned 2048), data offset: 4096
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: good PEBs: 64, bad PEBs: 0, corrupted PEBs: 0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: user volume: 1, internal volumes: 1, max. volumes count: 128
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: max/mean erase counter: 14/5, WL threshold: 4096, image sequence number: 340828245
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: available PEBs: 0, total reserved PEBs: 64, PEBs reserved for bad PEB handling: 4
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: background thread "ubi_bgt2d" started, PID 376
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): background thread "ubifs_bgt2_0" started, PID 391
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): UBIFS: mounted UBI device 2, volume 0, name "nvram"
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): LEB size: 126976 bytes (124 KiB), min./max. I/O unit sizes: 2048 bytes/2048 bytes
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): FS size: 5840896 bytes (5 MiB, 46 LEBs), journal size 1396736 bytes (1 MiB, 11 LEBs)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): reserved for root: 0 bytes (0 KiB)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): media format: w4/r0 (latest is w4/r0), UUID C50EC67E-2752-49C8-8249-D2C960A8A3CC, small LPT model
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): un-mount UBI device 2
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: UBIFS (ubi2:0): background thread "ubifs_bgt2_0" stops
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: detaching mtd10
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ubi2: mtd10 is detached
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: random: init urandom read with 7 bits of entropy available
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Loading HND Module
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: igs_module_init:867: IGS 29 create network socket successful
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dpsta_init: 17.10.157.2802 (r794271) cf953dc Jan 12 2021 15:19:57 msglevel 0x1
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: osl_skb_audit: PASS
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: wl_module_init: passivemode set to 0x1
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: wl_module_init: txworkq set to 0x0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;32mwl_pktfwd_sys_init: ^[[1m^[[34mWL_PKTFWD[1.1.0]^[[0m Success^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: DHD_FKB_POOL size is:1280 and entry size:2816
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: DHD_PKTTAG POOL size is:2592 and entry size:128
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_pktfwd_sys_init: ^[[1m^[[34mdhd_PKTFWD[1.0.0]^[[0m Success^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: PCI_PROBE: bus 1, slot 0,vendor 14E4, device AAA4(good PCI location)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dor0: runner supported ring format types TxP 0x5, RxP 0x3 TxC 0x3 RxC 0x3^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_runner_attach: Tx Offload - Enabled, Ring Size = 1024
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_runner_attach: Rx Offload - Enabled, Ring Size = 1024
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: TX wakeup info: reg = <0x82299004>, val = <0x10000000>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: RX wakeup info: reg = <0x8229a004>, val = <0x28000000>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_attach(): thread:dhd_watchdog_thread:304 started
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;31mwfd_bind: wfd0-thrd initialized pktlists: radio 0 nodes 1032 xfer dhd_pktfwd_xfer_callback+0x0/0x798 [dhd]
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Creating CPU ring for queue number 0 with 1024 packets descriptor=0xffffffbffc5c02c0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Creating CPU ring for queue number 1 with 1024 packets descriptor=0xffffffbffc5c0300
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[1m^[[34m wfd_bind: Dev eth%d wfd_idx 0 wl_radio_idx 0 Type fkb:sll configured WFD thread wfd0-thrd minQId/maxQId (8/9), status (0) qmask 0x3^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Instantiating WFD 0 thread
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_wfd_bind: wl0 wfd_idx 0 success^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dor0: MSG Ring format set to 1
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_runner_flowmgr_init: dhd0_rnr bootmem addr<ffffffc00a900000> size<11534336>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_runner_profile_init: profile = 3 1024/0512 2048/1024 1024/0512 0512/0512 0512/0512
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;33;40mRunner DHD PCIE: vendor<0x14e4> device<0xaaa4> bus<1> slot<0>^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Initial configuration
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: =================================
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: rx_post_flow_ring_base_addr : ffffffc02e4dc000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: tx_post_flow_ring_base_addr : ffffffc00a8d8000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: rx_complete_flow_ring_base_addr : ffffffc02e500000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: tx_complete_flow_ring_base_addr : ffffffc02e4de000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: r2d_wr_arr_base_addr : ffffff80025e9000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: d2r_rd_arr_base_addr : ffffff80025e9802
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: r2d_rd_arr_base_addr : ffffff80025ea000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: d2r_wr_arr_base_addr : ffffff80025e9c02
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: tx_post_mgmt_arr_base_addr : ffffff80025ea800
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: tx_post_mgmt_arr_base_phys_addr : 0x2e1d1800
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: r2d_wr_arr_base_phys_addr : 0x2e1d0000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: d2r_rd_arr_base_phys_addr : 0x2e1d0802
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: r2d_rd_arr_base_phys_addr : 0x2e1d1000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: d2r_wr_arr_base_phys_addr : 0x2e1d0c02
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Doorbell Post Wakeup register : phy_addr: 0xe0802160, virt_addr: ffffff80025e2160
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Doorbell Complete Wakeup register : phy_addr: 0xe0802164, virt_addr: ffffff80025e2164
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Doorbell ISR : ffffffbffcf40ab0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Doorbell CTX : ffffffc02fef2000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: flow_ring_format : 1
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: idma_active : 1
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Backup queue configuration:
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ========================================
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Base virt address = ffffffc00df00000, physical address = DF00000
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Index stack virt address = ffffffc00dfe38c0, physical address = DFE38C0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Backup queue entries: total = 58250 shared by all radios
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ========================================
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Creating CPU ring for queue number 7 with 128 packets descriptor=0xffffffbffc303338, size_of_entry 16
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Done initializing Ring 7 Base=0xffffff80003e3000 End=0xffffff80003e3800 calculated entries= 128 RDD Base=3e012000K descriptor=0xffffffbffc303338
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;33;40mRunner DHD Offload initialization complete^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: CUR_ETHERADDR : 6
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: 04 42 1a 4e a5 10
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Dongle Host Driver, version 17.10.157.2803 (r795020)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Compiled in drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: wfd_registerdevice Successfully registered dev eth6 ifidx 0 wfd_idx 0
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Register interface [eth6] MAC: 04:42:1a:4e:a5:10
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: PCI_PROBE: bus 1, slot 0,vendor 14E4, device AAA4(good PCI location)
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dor1: runner supported ring format types TxP 0x5, RxP 0x3 TxC 0x3 RxC 0x3^M
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_runner_attach: Tx Offload - Enabled, Ring Size = 1024
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_runner_attach: Rx Offload - Enabled, Ring Size = 1024
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: TX wakeup info: reg = <0x82299004>, val = <0x11000000>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: RX wakeup info: reg = <0x8229a004>, val = <0x29000000>
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: dhd_attach(): thread:dhd_watchdog_thread:30b started
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;31mwfd_bind: wfd1-thrd initialized pktlists: radio 1 nodes 1032 xfer dhd_pktfwd_xfer_callback+0x0/0x798 [dhd]
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Creating CPU ring for queue number 2 with 1024 packets descriptor=0xffffffbffc5c0340
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Creating CPU ring for queue number 3 with 1024 packets descriptor=0xffffffbffc5c0380
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[1m^[[34m wfd_bind: Dev eth%d wfd_idx 1 wl_radio_idx 1 Type fkb:sll configured WFD thread wfd1-thrd minQId/maxQId (10/11), status (0) qmask 0xc^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: Instantiating WFD 1 thread
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_wfd_bind: wl1 wfd_idx 1 success^[[0m
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: <=== Deactivate Deep Green Mode
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: bcmswlpbk0 (Ext switch port: 8) (Logical Port: 8) Virtual link UP
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth5 (Ext switch port: 7) (Logical Port: 15) (phyId: 1e) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
    May 4 22:05:11 kernel: eth0 (Int switch port: 3) (Logical Port: 3) (phyId: c) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex





    etc etc etc... What the heck happened or is happening?

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    smbd triggered out of memory codition (oom killer not called): gfp_mask=0x2040d0, order=0, oom_score_adj=0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: CPU: 3 PID: 20382 Comm: smbd Tainted: P O 4.1.52 #2
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: Hardware name: Broadcom-v8A (DT)
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: Call trace:
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc000087398>] dump_backtrace+0x0/0x150
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc0000874fc>] show_stack+0x14/0x20
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc00057dea0>] dump_stack+0x90/0xb0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc0000ffff4>] __out_of_memory.isra.6+0xa4/0x148
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc000100860>] out_of_memory+0x48/0x68
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc000104700>] __alloc_pages_nodemask+0x610/0x6a0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc000138d18>] cache_alloc_refill+0x350/0x610
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc000139178>] kmem_cache_alloc+0xa0/0xd8
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc00013fbf8>] get_empty_filp+0x68/0x160
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc00014c5f8>] path_openat+0x38/0x5c0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc00014dc78>] do_filp_open+0x30/0x98
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc00013d430>] do_sys_open+0x148/0x230
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [<ffffffc000186074>] compat_SyS_open+0x1c/0x28
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: Mem-Info:
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: active_anon:18032 inactive_anon:513 isolated_anon:0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: active_file:44 inactive_file:19 isolated_file:26
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: unevictable:0 dirty:0 writeback:0 unstable:0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: slab_reclaimable:2132 slab_unreclaimable:171233
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: mapped:234 shmem:1004 pagetables:1941 bounce:0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: free:5329 free_pcp:156 free_cma:0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: DMA free:433252kB min:20480kB low:25600kB high:30720kB active_anon:72132kB inactive_anon:2052kB active_file:84kB inactive_file:104kB unevictable:0kB isolated(anon):0kB isolated(file):20kB present:969728kB managed:911328kB mlocked:0kB dirty:0kB writeback:0kB mapped:1008kB shmem:4016kB slab_reclaimable:3968kB slab_unreclaimable:276612kB kernel_stack:5376kB pagetables:7764kB unstable:0kB bounce:0kB free_pcp:2132kB local_pcp:672kB free_cma:0kB writeback_tmp:0kB pages_scanned:24 all_
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: lowmem_reserve[]: 0 0 0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: DMA: 5297*4kB (UEM) 2353*8kB (UEM) 1512*16kB (UEM) 619*32kB (UEM) 322*64kB (UEM) 235*128kB (UEM) 104*256kB (UEM) 59*512kB (UM) 34*1024kB (U) 21*2048kB (U) 40*4096kB (UR) = 433196kB
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: 1073 total pagecache pages
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: 0 pages in swap cache
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: Swap cache stats: add 0, delete 0, find 0/0
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: Free swap = 0kB
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: Total swap = 0kB
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: 242432 pages RAM
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: 0 pages HighMem/MovableOnly
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: 14600 pages reserved
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ pid ] uid tgid total_vm rss nr_ptes nr_pmds swapents oom_score_adj name
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 341] 0 341 4633 23 6 2 0 0 swmdk
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 346] 0 346 396 13 4 2 0 0 wdtctl
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 348] 0 348 432 28 5 2 0 0 hotplug2
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 351] 0 351 509 24 5 2 0 0 envrams
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1040] 0 1040 3060 120 9 2 0 0 console
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1135] 0 1135 3060 136 9 2 0 0 PS_pod
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1139] 0 1139 798 22 5 2 0 0 syslogd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1141] 0 1141 798 21 5 2 0 0 klogd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1200] 0 1200 3060 163 9 2 0 0 wanduck
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1217] 0 1217 501 12 5 2 0 0 jitterentropy-r
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1218] 0 1218 2120 294 7 2 0 0 asd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1223] 0 1223 3389 71 11 2 0 0 nt_monitor
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1224] 0 1224 1455 64 6 2 0 0 protect_srv
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1225] 0 1225 3828 121 9 2 0 0 netool
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1245] 0 1245 2934 184 10 2 0 0 nt_center
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1283] 0 1283 753 70 5 2 0 0 eapd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1301] 0 1301 2024 121 7 2 0 0 hostapd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1307] 0 1307 1997 86 7 2 0 0 hostapd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1329] 0 1329 1997 87 7 2 0 0 hostapd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1333] 0 1333 3060 120 9 2 0 0 wpsaide
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1336] 0 1336 1203 76 6 2 0 0 wlc_nt
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1346] 0 1346 751 41 4 2 0 0 ceventd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1460] 0 1460 1272 71 6 2 0 0 wlceventd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1467] 0 1467 744 54 6 2 0 0 debug_monitor
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1536] 65534 1536 629 109 5 2 0 0 dnsmasq
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1538] 0 1538 596 78 4 2 0 0 dnsmasq
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1561] 0 1561 798 21 5 2 0 0 crond
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1594] 0 1594 2008 153 9 2 0 0 nt_actMail
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1609] 0 1609 2666 284 8 2 0 0 httpds
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1610] 0 1610 2911 551 8 2 0 0 httpd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1615] 0 1615 1401 77 6 2 0 0 vis-dcon
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1622] 0 1622 1255 76 7 2 0 0 vis-datacollect
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1623] 0 1623 1789 75 7 2 0 0 infosvr
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1626] 0 1626 795 151 4 2 0 0 sysstate
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1628] 0 1628 3670 294 11 2 0 0 ahs
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1629] 0 1629 3060 161 11 2 0 0 watchdog
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1630] 0 1630 3060 120 9 2 0 0 check_watchdog
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1636] 0 1636 1094 455 5 2 0 0 rstats
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1638] 0 1638 3060 142 9 2 0 0 sw_devled
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1642] 0 1642 3060 128 10 2 0 0 amas_lanctrl
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1659] 0 1659 855 58 6 2 0 0 lld2d
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1690] 0 1690 2969 118 8 2 0 0 vis-dcon
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1715] 0 1715 3358 1315 11 2 0 0 networkmap
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1722] 0 1722 2944 295 9 2 0 0 mastiff
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1726] 0 1726 3060 120 9 2 0 0 bwdpi_check
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1728] 0 1728 3060 147 10 2 0 0 hour_monitor
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1730] 0 1730 3060 120 9 2 0 0 pctime
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1737] 0 1737 5113 156 12 2 0 0 roamast
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1750] 0 1750 3615 239 10 2 0 0 conn_diag
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1790] 0 1790 855 33 6 2 0 0 lldpd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1795] 65534 1795 855 75 6 2 0 0 lldpd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2281] 0 2281 4584 251 13 2 0 0 cfg_server
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2324] 0 2324 5246 388 14 2 0 0 amas_lib
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2429] 0 2429 798 15 5 2 0 0 udhcpc
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2434] 0 2434 744 44 5 2 0 0 pppd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2481] 0 2481 3060 142 10 2 0 0 usbled
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2546] 0 2546 3060 151 9 2 0 0 ntp
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2701] 0 2701 4348 555 13 2 0 0 wred
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2704] 0 2704 4829 352 13 2 0 0 dcd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2753] 0 2753 3060 120 9 2 0 0 disk_monitor
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2776] 0 2776 3060 148 10 2 0 0 bwdpi_wred_aliv
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2818] 0 2818 798 24 5 2 0 0 zcip
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2850] 0 2850 802 86 5 2 0 0 avahi-daemon
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2876] 0 2876 2463 42 9 2 0 0 nmbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2877] 0 2877 2539 116 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2879] 0 2879 889 104 6 2 0 0 miniupnpd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2973] 0 2973 488 37 5 2 0 0 mcpd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 9398] 0 9398 431 26 3 2 0 0 tcd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [13531] 0 13531 2586 111 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [13676] 0 13676 2613 154 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [13835] 0 13835 2613 157 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [14026] 0 14026 2586 105 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [14166] 0 14166 2586 105 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [14300] 0 14300 2586 133 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [21761] 0 21761 2613 158 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [21899] 0 21899 2586 139 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22033] 0 22033 2586 102 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22164] 0 22164 2586 133 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22313] 0 22313 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22450] 0 22450 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22609] 0 22609 2586 119 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22754] 0 22754 2613 161 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [22909] 0 22909 2613 150 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [23060] 0 23060 2586 105 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [23190] 0 23190 2586 105 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [23453] 0 23453 2586 107 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [29371] 0 29371 2613 136 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [29497] 0 29497 2586 104 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [29638] 0 29638 2586 139 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [29771] 0 29771 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [29907] 0 29907 2586 102 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [30037] 0 30037 2586 119 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [30181] 0 30181 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [30308] 0 30308 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [30450] 0 30450 2613 142 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [30766] 0 30766 2613 143 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [30918] 0 30918 2586 139 9 2 0 0 smbd
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    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [31179] 0 31179 2586 105 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 396] 0 396 2613 151 9 2 0 0 smbd
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    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1189] 0 1189 2586 104 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1330] 0 1330 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1482] 0 1482 2586 107 9 2 0 0 smbd
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    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1788] 0 1788 2613 161 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 1948] 0 1948 2613 143 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2101] 0 2101 2586 122 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2466] 0 2466 2586 117 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2603] 0 2603 2613 153 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2754] 0 2754 2663 145 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 2924] 0 2924 2636 130 9 2 0 0 smbd
    Jun 16 19:40:58 kernel: [ 3057] 0 3057 2636 148 9 2 0 0 smbd
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    Confirmed this is the log when it is dropping all connections and rebooting or restarting itself: Dont know whats causing it to trigger but it looks like something with Q0S and/or the DDNS??

    Jun 16 20:43:24 rc_service: ntp 2744:notify_rc restart_diskmon
    Jun 16 20:43:24 disk_monitor: Finish
    Jun 16 20:43:24 disk monitor: be idle
    Jun 16 20:43:24 A.QoS: qos_count=0, qos_check=0
    Jun 16 20:43:24 wlceventd: wlceventd_proc_event(491): eth6: Deauth_ind D4:A6:51:70:93:93, status: 0, reason: Unspecified reason (1), rssi:0
    Jun 16 20:43:24 wlceventd: wlceventd_proc_event(527): eth6: Auth D4:A6:51:70:93:93, status: Successful (0), rssi:0
    Jun 16 20:43:24 wlceventd: wlceventd_proc_event(556): eth6: Assoc D4:A6:51:70:93:93, status: Successful (0), rssi:-71
    Jun 16 20:43:27 A.QoS: qos rule is less than 22
    Jun 16 20:43:27 A.QoS: restart A.QoS because set_qos_conf / set_qos_on / setup rule fail
    Jun 16 20:43:28 kernel: FPM Pool 1: invalid token 0x21628000 freed
    Jun 16 20:43:28 A.QoS: qos_count=0, qos_check=1
    Jun 16 20:43:29 kernel: FPM Pool 1: invalid token 0x21630000 freed
    Jun 16 20:43:29 watchdog: start ddns.
    Jun 16 20:43:29 rc_service: watchdog 1662:notify_rc restart_ddns watchdog
    Jun 16 20:43:29 start_ddns: update WWW.ASUS.COM update@asus.com, wan_unit 0
    Jun 16 20:43:29 start_ddns: Clear ddns cache.
    Jun 16 20:43:29 start_ddns: Start Inadyn(2).
    Jun 16 20:43:29 inadyn[3186]: In-a-dyn version 2.8.1 -- Dynamic DNS update client.
    Jun 16 20:43:29 inadyn[3186]: Update forced for alias starkillerbase.asuscomm.com, new IP# 97.113.106.13
    Jun 16 20:43:30 inadyn[3186]: alias address=<97.113.106.13>
    Jun 16 20:43:30 inadyn[3186]: request<GET /ddns/update.jsp?hostname=starkillerbase.asuscomm.com&my ip=97.113.106.13&model=GT-AXE11000&fw_ver=3.0.0.4.386_47875-g7b7d10a HTTP/1.0^M Authorization: Basic MDQ0MjFBNEVBNTEwOkZGQUMxRjI2OUJENDQ4NzE5MjJGODM1MT k4ODE3N0RG^M Host: ns1.asuscomm.com^M User-Agent: inadyn/2.8.1 https://github.com/troglobit/inadyn/issues^M ^M >
    Jun 16 20:43:30 inadyn[3186]: [response_update]HTTP/1.1 200 OK^M Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2022 03:43:30 GMT^M Server: Apache^M Content-Length: 0^M Connection: close^M Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8^M ^M
    Jun 16 20:43:30 inadyn[3186]: Updating cache for starkillerbase.asuscomm.com
    Jun 16 20:43:30 ddns: ddns update ok
    Jun 16 20:43:31 A.QoS: qos rule is less than 22
    Jun 16 20:43:31 A.QoS: restart A.QoS because set_qos_conf / set_qos_on / setup rule fail

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    Try to run AiProtection and follow it's suggestions. The only one mine says danger for is a weak wireless password strength. Having tried NetSpot lately I see very little noise from my two next door neighbors so I have very little reason to worry about someone trying to access the WiFi....

    I don't know much about QOS. I have about 1/4 the number of devices connected to my network as you do. Maybe try turning it off?

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