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DD-wrt needs daily reboot v21c

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by rlped, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. rlped

    rlped Network Guru Member

    while waiting for v22 final I'm needing to reboot my GS v1.1 about every 24hours, else it stalls, can't telnet or anything.

    hoping that is fixed in next stable release. Currently running v21c in client mode.


  2. Morpheus

    Morpheus Network Guru Member

    Try pre5..
  3. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    what is the cpu usage before it reboots?
    did you try to reset the router??
  4. rlped

    rlped Network Guru Member

    I can't telnet in to it when it hangs. Sometimes it sort ot 'stalls' and then gets giong, at times during the day, I'll telnet in then and take a look.

    I'll try pressing reset next time. Haven't done that, because of where it is is placed (up high).


  5. rlped

    rlped Network Guru Member

    My mama always told me to never run pre-release code in production...

    Not looking for a warranty, but do you think pre5 is pretty stable for a plain vanilla, client mode, cranked up power, that's it), type of system?

  6. Morpheus

    Morpheus Network Guru Member

    You will never know if you don’t try it. :wink:
  7. rlped

    rlped Network Guru Member

    OK, I'm going for the red pill. I'll let you know...
  8. rlped

    rlped Network Guru Member

    I shoulda taken the blue pill. several hours later rolled back to v21c because client mode did not work in pre5. Site survey could see the AP, but no pings, no nothing. reset, reboot, config futzing, nothing helped.

    config is client mode with WEP.

    So I rolled back, same orig config settings, works fine.

    Guess I'll just reset once a day until pre5 goes final and hope client mode works in final.

  9. rlped

    rlped Network Guru Member

    Oh, you meant THAT BLUE pill - the sneak fixed this problem, pre5 did not.

    Now we're up and running.


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