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Tofu 12 and dhcp renew

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by pitch78, Jan 12, 2006.

  1. pitch78

    pitch78 Network Guru Member

    Hello,
    my problem began with tofu 11:

    Tofu 11 and DHCP renew

    i'm not an expert, but first thank you koitsu for your job on it and obviously thank you also to tofu and thibor.
    But, i'm very sorry to said that i always have the same problem with tofu 12. it has worked 1 or 2 times (my IP is changed at least 1 time per 24 hours), but after i have :
    Remaining Lease Time : 0 days, 00:00:00 in the router's status page and nothing happened. the router stay with my old IP, then i tried to manually release (it works) then renew (doesn't work, as before :cry: )

    someone else has the same problem ?
    i don't know if i can give you more technicals informations...
    can i check something special when i'm in this state to help you ?

    ps: sorry for my english, i hope everyone can understand me...
     
  2. pitch78

    pitch78 Network Guru Member

    OK, since my last post i've erase nvram, restore params to factory settings, reboot and it seems OK now... 3 days without problems...
     
  3. pitch78

    pitch78 Network Guru Member

    it was just a sweet dream...
    i've got the same problem again...
    same symptoms :
    Remaining Lease Time : 0 days, 00:00:00 and nothing happend, even if i refresh the page or release/renew DHCP

    this time i'va made a ps -edf before and after wrt reboot:
    before :

    BusyBox v1.01 (2006.01.08-17:10+0000) Built-in shell (msh)
    Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.

    # ps -edf
    PID Uid VmSize Stat Command
    1 0 612 S init noinitrd
    2 0 SW [keventd]
    3 0 SWN [ksoftirqd_CPU0]
    4 0 SW [kswapd]
    5 0 SW [bdflush]
    6 0 SW [kupdated]
    7 0 SW [mtdblockd]
    23 0 440 S resetbutton
    67 0 288 S klogd
    68 0 300 S tftpd -s /tmp -c -l
    74 0 688 S httpd
    84 0 852 S httpd -S
    94 0 380 S ses -f
    1543 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1546 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1547 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1548 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1549 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1550 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1551 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1552 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1553 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1554 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    1555 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    14432 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    14433 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    14434 0 980 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    18075 0 516 S process_monitor
    18085 0 316 S cron
    18561 0 308 S telnetd
    18598 0 380 S sh
    18601 0 324 R ps -edf
    #

    and after a few minutes (time for kai that i use to launch current version and start) :

    BusyBox v1.01 (2006.01.08-17:10+0000) Built-in shell (msh)
    Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.

    # ps -edf
    PID Uid VmSize Stat Command
    1 0 608 S init noinitrd
    2 0 SW [keventd]
    3 0 SWN [ksoftirqd_CPU0]
    4 0 SW [kswapd]
    5 0 SW [bdflush]
    6 0 SW [kupdated]
    7 0 SW [mtdblockd]
    23 0 440 S resetbutton
    67 0 288 S klogd
    68 0 316 S tftpd -s /tmp -c -l
    74 0 628 S httpd
    83 0 932 S httpd -S
    92 0 380 S ses -f
    116 0 408 S dnsmasq
    122 0 508 S process_monitor
    131 0 316 S cron
    137 0 364 S udhcpc -i vlan1 -l br0 -p /var/run/wan_udhcpc.pid -s
    142 0 308 S telnetd
    185 0 388 S sh
    233 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    236 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    237 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    238 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    239 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    240 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    241 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    242 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    243 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    244 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    245 0 800 S /tmp/kaid -c /tmp/kaid.conf -d
    246 0 324 R ps -edf
    #

    no udhcpc but cron run. i suppose that it's cron that check that udhcpc run...

    an idea ?
     

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