I tested a bit further and was able to narrow it down to my home server which hosts a VPN server. Apparently, it generates a random MAC and uses the 172.31 range to do it's magic (didn't pay attention to what it exactly does).2019.2 running on a RT-N16
I noticed a device in VLAN2 with an IP out of my local LAN
It turned out to be the IP for the gateway for the WAN interface. The MAC corresponds to a cable access network solutions OEM.
If you really want to find out, start unplugging until the device dissapears. The non-listed MAC can be spoofed, and the IP out of your range can be the static IP that the interface had when connected to your network
Hi new member @spread48. Please review page 1 of this thread, section "How to report a bug or problem"Hi. I had recently upgraded my e3200 but I have two issues: cannot update my DDNS IP (Unknown libcurl error 60 with response code 0). Also, it seems that after a reboot my 2.4ghz becames open (the shared key is gone) - although I had to unset the empty vars at some point to get more free NVRAM space and that could be related.
Check force renewal.Hi. I had recently upgraded my e3200 but I have two issues: cannot update my DDNS IP (Unknown libcurl error 60 with response code 0). Also, it seems that after a reboot my 2.4ghz becames open (the shared key is gone) - although I had to unset the empty vars at some point to get more free NVRAM space and that could be related.
Just now seeing this. I have nothing to do with dnsmasq. I have been working on busybox. I have other things on my plate, but I have been trying to keep up with development and how it may affect things. I am likely going to have to merge upstream on one file in particular in the MIPS branch, regardless of kernel version because making that a reverse patch is too cumbersome. I still have to look at kernel patches from RHEL and others that I want to test as well.
Maybe it is possible to figure out what happend to RT-AC?Hi, I just upgraded to 2020.1 (freshtomato-RT-N66U_RT-AC6x-2020.1-AIO-64K.trx) trying the AC6x version this time and restored my config from the MIPSR2 version (it has 3 tagged VLANs on br1/2/3 on a single port) and untagged trafiic across all ports. The minute I restore my configure I lose complete access to it on my untagged LAN. Normally, an upgrade from the MIPSR2 is simply a restore of config and I'm good to go.
To troubleshoot, I figure to try to rebuild by config my hand and I noticed the minute that I configure a VLAN (basically check Tagged to "On"), I am unable to ping the router anymore on the untagged LAN...