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Toastman Releases - up to 1.28.7492

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by jsmiddleton4, Jun 22, 2011.

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  1. corncrake

    corncrake Networkin' Nut Member

    Hi All,

    Similar to marciton -

    Am running Toastman Vlan release - VLAN-RT - MIPSR2 Kernel 2.6 - 1.28.4492.4.

    Guest vlan setup and all working well. In the logs I get the following error [igmpproxy] on a loop twice a second

    Dec 16 13:35:33 RT-D2C4E051F4E1 user.err igmpproxy[8326]: There must be at least 2 Vif's where one is upstream (count 1, upstream Vif 1).
    Dec 16 13:35:33 RT-D2C4E051F4E1 user.info kernel: vlan2: dev_set_allmulti(master, 1)
    Dec 16 13:35:33 RT-D2C4E051F4E1 user.info kernel: vlan2: dev_set_allmulti(master, -1)
    Dec 16 13:35:33 RT-D2C4E051F4E1 user.debug init[1]: igmpproxy terminated unexpectedly, restarting.

    Can I ignore or how do I fix?

    Thanks Corn
     
  2. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    So bucher if I have 6 clients connected via 2.4ghz and let's say its G protocol they are only going to connect at 54 divided by 6 because they are all on 2.4ghz channel?

    You are mixing apples and oranges.

    Our typical wireless devices are half duplex but wireless does not have to be half duplex. Given that you are using a typical wireless device you are sending and receiving on one frequency so yes, it is already half duplex. So you and your wife being on the same frequency does not set anything to half duplex. It is already half duplex.

    What you are trying to say is what you are at quarter duplex because two devices on same frequency?

    Do yourself a favor and test it.
     
  3. bucher

    bucher Networkin' Nut Member

    Ok, I guess I need to clarify. Lets say I have a 4GB file on my computer that I want to move over to my wife's laptop via 2.4ghz. Since it operates half duplex, I send a chunk of data to my router, which also has to acknowledge back to me when it receives things, and then send the data to her laptop, and wait for acknowledge to make sure her laptop receives it, and then get back to me and receive more data. If I put myself on the 5ghz radio and her on the 2.4ghz radio will this speed things up, as the radios are simultaneously running independent of each other?
     
  4. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Please do a test for us bucher. Set up both channels to be G protocol and do you file transfers on each channel and see how long each takes. Then you can tell us your results.
     
  5. bucher

    bucher Networkin' Nut Member

    I currently have an E2000. Well I was going to test out my new E3000, but its totally dead, does not even power on, checked the power switch on the back. So much for Recertified. Appears that it is the power adapter that's broken. It looks like a lot of recertified E3000 are dead on arrival lately from newegg. Maybe a bad batch of power adapters.
     
  6. teaman

    teaman LI Guru Member

    At this moment, I can't be absolutely sure about the exact cause of these these error messages on your logs... but I do believe I have a somewhat good idea about what might be wrong ;)
    If you could just ignore those? Sure! (unless you do want to handle multicast through igmpproxy, therefore actually needing it to be up and running ;))

    So with all that in mind... what needs to be checked and/or fixed on your particular setup?

    Most likely, there's something wrong with igmpproxy settings on the Advanced/Firewall page: although it's supposed to be active/enabled (first checkbox), igmpproxy needs to be told which LAN interfaces it should make itself available (at least, one) ;)

    Here's an example of what I mean:
    Code:
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# nvram show | grep multicast
    multicast_lan1=0
    multicast_lan2=0
    multicast_lan3=0
    multicast_lan=1
    multicast_pass=1
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# nvram set multicast_lan=0
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# service firewall restart
    ........
    Done.
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# cat /etc/igmp.conf
    quickleave
    phyint eth1 upstream
        altnet 0.0.0.0/0
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# nvram set multicast_lan=1
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# service firewall restart
    ........
    Done.
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext# cat /etc/igmp.conf
    quickleave
    phyint eth1 upstream
        altnet 0.0.0.0/0
    [B]phyint br0 downstream ratelimit 0[/B]
    root@top:/tmp/var/wwwext#
    
    I believe this image will make things a bit more clear about that page (I'm not quite sure if it looks exactly as this on Toastman builds, but this is how it looks on Teaman-ND V0015) :
    advanced_firewall_teaman_nd_v0015_options.png
    Also, you might want to check these out:
    http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.ph...ing-for-me-any-suggestions.35822/#post-174522
    http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/toastman-vlc-multicast.36047/
    http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/intervlan-routing-problem.35939/
    http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/vlan-tags-work-for-you.34478/
    http://code.google.com/p/tomato-sdhc-vlan/

    Cheers!

    EDIT: new code just pushed to the git repo, about enforcing config requirements:
    http://repo.or.cz/w/tomato.git/commit/94372aca84197eedbd7ce0c01467bf3a6891eb7d
     
  7. though

    though Network Guru Member

    Hi all-

    I manage a fairly large network with several access points, multiple bridges, an external switch thrown on the main AP, etc. there are many clients all connected to the various access points & bridges by wired and wireless. do i need to turn on STP on any or all of the ap's or bridges? are there any other settings that need enabled or disabled? the network is pretty solid, it rarely goes down. attached will give you an idea of what i have going on. i use all Asus RT-N12's.

    TIA
    network.jpg
     
  8. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    though....

    First, wow. Impressive network.

    I am in no way qualified to speak to managing that extensive of a system buy my understanding is yes, STP should be on for WDS. With bridge mode I'm not certain. However as noted you are not having any issues.
     
  9. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Teaman...

    I see no screen like that in Toastman's builds if you enable igmproxy on firewall tab. There is also no NAT Target option.

    Not that there should be just letting you know yours and his don't look the same.
     
  10. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    New thread opened for the latest release, and another for Wireless Driver comparisons. Trying to separate the topics a bit.
     
  11. corncrake

    corncrake Networkin' Nut Member

    Thanks Teaman - bang on, my OCD for log files is now at ease.

    I did not need "Allow multicast" (Igmpproxy) so disabled it, as Teaman says if you do need it just assign it to at least one LAN.

    To get to this menu click, Advanced > Firewall

    Corn
     
  12. Catalin

    Catalin Addicted to LI Member

    Why?
     
  13. bucher

    bucher Networkin' Nut Member

    Probably because this one is 44 pages long and filled with off-topic posts :)
     
  14. Catalin

    Catalin Addicted to LI Member

    Soon enough will be 2 instead of 1, filled with the same.
     
  15. though

    though Network Guru Member

    you mean like you're doing now?
     
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