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WRV54G error messages

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by gmarcus, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. gmarcus

    gmarcus LI Guru Member

    Firmware: 2.39.2
    Hardware Version: Rev0.2

    I have have done a clean upgrade of 2.39.2 that I downloaded from linksys.com. I did a full reset and after properly configuring my internet connection, I am receiving errors via email. Can someone tell me how to troubleshoot these errors?

    Tue Aug 29 02:14:08 2006
    rg_system_full:275: spawned PID 71
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:08 2006
    rg_system_full:255: setoid eth0 10000006 ssid "homelinksys"
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:08 2006
    rg_system_full:275: spawned PID 70
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:08 2006
    rg_system_full:255: setoid eth0 10000002 ssid "homelinksys"
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:07 2006
    rg_system_full:275: spawned PID 69
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:07 2006
    rg_system_full:255: setoid eth0 10000006 ssid "homelinksys"
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:07 2006
    rg_system_full:275: spawned PID 68
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:07 2006
    rg_system_full:255: setoid eth0 10000002 ssid "homelinksys"
    Tue Aug 29 02:14:07 2006
    rg_system_full:275: spawned PID 67
    .
    .
    .
    <lots of these rg_system_full errors>

    Tue Aug 29 01:43:51 2006 estream_write_efd:797: socket 33: failed write()

    Mon Aug 28 09:06:06 2006
    estream_read_and_except_e:751: Can't read from fd 33 Connection reset by peer(104)
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    TOD got new time 1156770267
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    rgpf_nat_config:753: WRV54GFW-CONF: NAT configuration failed
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    rnat_config:315: WRV54GFW-CONF: RNAT configuration failed
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    rnat_config:250: WRV54GFW-CONF: Error in RNAT configuration (Local Servers)
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    ipnat_add_rule:693: WRV54GFW-CONF: Failed nat control (SIOCADNAT - File exists)
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    ipnat_add_rule:693: WRV54GFW-CONF: Failed nat control (SIOCADNAT - File exists)
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    ipnat_add_rule:693: WRV54GFW-CONF: Failed nat control (SIOCADNAT - File exists)
    Tue Dec 31 19:00:13 2002
    ipnat_add_rule:693: WRV54GFW-CONF: Failed nat control (SIOCADNAT - File exists)
    .
    .
    .
    <hundreds of these ipnat_add_rule errors>



    Any help is appreciated.
    Glenn
     
  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Is "homelinksys" your wireless broadcast? Also, are you running any vpn tunnels?
     
  3. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    I get these errors as well, doesn't seem to affect the functionality of the router :)
     
  4. gmarcus

    gmarcus LI Guru Member


    Yes, "homelinksys" is my wireless broadcast. I am not running any vpn tunnels.

    Glenn
     
  5. gmarcus

    gmarcus LI Guru Member

    any ideas what is going on? I get these messages at least once a day.
     
  6. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    When you say you did a clean upgrade do you mean you reset the WRV54G back to factory defaults?
     
  7. gmarcus

    gmarcus LI Guru Member

    Yes. I did a factory reset, installed latest firmware, and did another factory reset.
     
  8. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    Although your getting errors in the log does everything appear to working?
     
  9. miketa

    miketa LI Guru Member

    Hello. I was wondering if this problem was resolved. I have the exact same hardware revision, firmware version and error messages.
     
  10. j_martin

    j_martin Guest

    rg_system_full errors

    Same here, same revision, and also same errors.

    I noted that the ping time to the service provider's router varies from 23 ms to 300 or so. It's solid 23 - 26 on other machines, same subnet.

    Wondering if it's a breakin.

    John
     
  11. miketa

    miketa LI Guru Member

    update

    Just as an update, sadly I never was able to resolve this issue, and have since replaced the router with the WRT54GL. So far so good, though I wish Linksys would have fixed my problem!
     

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