Router rebooted approx 15 hours ago, I noticed when I seen my custom ppp settings were lost (have to be manually applied as ginterface doesnt supposrt 1500byte pppoe mtu). Of course it seems logs write to ram or something as they only go back to the start of the boot process. So I need help. I am using shibby 112 AIO on the rt-n16. No torrents or anything else that uses a lot of connections, connection is mostly idle or web browsing with occasional downloading. No QoS Only a handful of port forwards. Time-waits I reduced to 30 sec timeout, I think rest of connection settings left same. # of connections seems always under 100. cifs in use to store traffic stats. no vpn in use. no usb in use. Basically I want to be able to store the log so it survives reboot, maybe using cifs path? if not whats best way? Ideas of likely cause of reboot? Also ideas of how to run commands before wan is brought up automatically (setting mtu size for eth0 and vlan2). Has to be before wan is up, if run when ppp0 is up then ppp0 restarts. I was awake when it rebooted, very likely was using the net and obviously didnt notice it rebooted at the time. What I cant be sure of is if I had a wireless device using the net at the time, I downloaded a few apps to my phone but cant remember the time I did it. But connecitvity wasnt interrupted whilst using the phone. I am using CTF, although I suspect its been auto disabled as I have working traffic graphs.