Disconecting fixed?? 2 NIC's?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by noz1380, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. noz1380

    noz1380 Network Guru Member

    My problems......

    I have an onboard NIC and a PCI card, the WRT54G v2.0, Firmware Version: v3.01.3 - HyperWRT 2.0 connected to the PCI NIC.

    I noticed that when I changed the unused onboard NIC to obtain IP I had the disconnecting every 30-40 mins when using P2P. I have now set this card with a static IP and not been disconnected since.

    Maybe it's just coincidence but maybe it helps someone.

  2. Jeffio

    Jeffio Network Guru Member

    hi, can i noe wat static IP did u set??? 192.* ???
    or the ISP ip???
    becos i also hav tis prob of d/c in less than 1/2 hr ...
    or even less....
    could u kindly share wif mi also???
    i also hav a onboard NIC
  3. Jeffrccar

    Jeffrccar Network Guru Member

    what do you have connected to the onboard NIC?
    I would turn onboard NIC off or use the onboard NIC and take out the PCI NIC.
  4. noz1380

    noz1380 Network Guru Member

    My Settings

    The NIC with router attached
    The onboard NIC nothing attached

    I have the router set to PPPoE and the modem to bridged.
    I don’t have DHCP on either the modem or router.
    I have the firewall enabled.
    WEP enabled for my wireless Xbox connection & PSP connection.
    I have my ports set for azureus & NEXBC
    Not using DMZ or QoS.

    echo "600 1800 120 60 120 120 10 60 30 120" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_conntrack_tcp_timeouts

    I have this in my startup script.

    I changed my ‘not used’ onboard NIC to obtain IP in the properties and I got disconnection as I had previously.

    I decided to change it back and I've been up and running for over 7 hours now, before it disconnected between 10-40 mins at a guess, but only when running Azureus Torrent.

    Any more questions and I'll try to help.

    I kept the NIC disabled but made no difference, maybe it's a fluke?? But thought I'd share and hopefully find the solution to a wide problem. I know these routers have great potential!!
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