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How to know if STP is cause of drops in ADSL?

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

  1. macgirl

    macgirl Network Guru Member

    Just installed DD-WRT #22 prefinal4 on my WRT54G V3.3, yesterday I setup PPPoE with STP enabled and after about 4 hours it has a reconection on the ADSL, then I set up without STP and now it been Uptime: 12:10:32 up 19:35, load average: 0.09, 0.03, 0.01.

    How to know for certainty if STP was the cause of drops/reconections, since other firmwares also has drops?
     
  2. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    maybe you could backup the router. then reset it (just to rule out all of the variables). and enable stp and see how long it is up. and disable it and see how long it is up.
     
  3. macgirl

    macgirl Network Guru Member

    Well, just a moment ago it dropped the ADSL again. I never thought that Linksys has these problems, I just selled my 2Wire modem/router :cry:

    I enable RP PPPoE, will see how much time the ADSL line is connected, also if I enable "Connect on Demand: Max Idle Time" with any value the router never connects, only with "Keep Alive: Redial Period" option :evil:
     
  4. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    The Linksys router itself doesn't. Don't forget that you are using an experimental, modified version of the firmware here. If stability is an issue, you might want to either use the official Linksys firmware, or wait for a final release of DD-WRT.

    I recommend having a look at your modem, just in case. Make sure it doesn't loose sync. If it does, then you have a line issue.
     
  5. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    dd-wr v22 is in final now
     
  6. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    I noticed, however there are still some known issues that won't be fixed until v23 (like the Wifi performance). I think it should be stable enough to be used by the majority, however we shouldn't expect it to be already as fast and stable as the original Linksys one - DD-WRT is still very young, and will mature over time. Someone looking for the best stability and performance is probably better with the Linksys stock firmware for the time being, and the real stability of the WRT54G shouldn't be judged based on DD-WRT.
     
  7. XCOM7

    XCOM7 Network Guru Member

    STP is not for ADSL! is only for Cable broadband only so you need to disable it.
     
  8. bigjohns

    bigjohns Network Guru Member

    sorry for the stupid question - what is STP adn how is it used for cable?
     
  9. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

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