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FVS336Gv2 - Unstable VPN & Log Error Messages with Firmware 4.3.3-6

dmimis
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FVS336Gv2 - Unstable VPN & Log Error Messages with Firmware 4.3.3-6

I'm having some trouble after the upgrade to Firmware 4.3.3-6.  It's using a relatively complex configuration, so there could easily be one or more settings to blame, but I'll try to keep my questions to the point:

 

1) VPN connections are unstable, the negotiation succeeds, both sides say the connection is up, but LAN servers still can't be reached remotely sometimes.  Now to be honest, this router has never seemed to have rock solid VPN connectivity, but now it seems that all too often the connectivity dies despite the connection still being live (showing connected).  Is this a known Firmware issue or are there any particular settings that should be tweeked?

 

2) What do the log messages shown below mean - what is "error code 10?"  I can't imagine a call trace in the logs with a message saying "Badness in local_bh_enable" can indicate anything good... is it benign by any chance or indicative of corrupt firmware/invalid config?

 

Thank you

 

Log Excerpt:

Fri Jan  8 11:28:32 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Call Trace:
Fri Jan  8 11:28:32 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Badness in local_bh_enable at kernel/softirq.c:140
Fri Jan  8 11:28:32 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL]  [<ffffffff8011bb80>] elf_core_dump+0x1b8/0xbd8
Fri Jan  8 11:28:32 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL]  [<ffffffff80119c54>] handle_sysn32+0x54/0xa4
Fri Jan  8 11:28:32 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL]  [<ffffffff802cad80>] compat_sys_setsockopt+0x200/0x400
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] HTB: quantum of class 11024 is big. Consider r2q change.
ffff802be0fc>] dev_queue_xmit+0x164/0x2d8
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] HTB: quantum of class 10001 is big. Consider r2q change.
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] p->perfect 0000000000000000 p->h a800000004ad9a00
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_dump(tp a800000003aacb00,fh 0x0,skb a8000000048d2800,t a800000006f82010),p a800000003aac800,r 0000000000000000,b a800000006f82038
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_change(tp a800000003aacb00,handle 0x00000000,tca a800000007c0b500,arg a800000004cbb920),opt a8000000057f3230,p a800000003aac800,r 0000000000000000,*arg 0x0
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_get(tp a800000003aacb00,handle 0x00000000)
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_init(tp a800000003aacb00)
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] HTB init, kernel part version 3.17
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_delete(tp a800000003aacb00,arg 0xa8000000068d2488),p a800000003aac800,f 0000000000000000
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_walk(tp a800000003aacb00,walker a800000004cbbd30),p a800000003aac800
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] tcindex_destroy(tp a800000003aacb00),p a800000003aac800
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:27 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:22 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
init(tp a800000005369400)
Fri Jan  8 11:28:22 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:22 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:22 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:22 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:22 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:17 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
ffff802be0fc>] dev_queue_xmit+0x164/0x2d8
Fri Jan  8 11:28:17 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped
Fri Jan  8 11:28:17 2016((GMT-0800)) [FVS336Gv2][Kernel][KERNEL] Port 0 receive error code 10, packet dropped

*****END Excerpt*****

 

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Re: FVS336Gv2 - Unstable VPN & Log Error Messages with Firmware 4.3.3-6

4.3.3-6 on my fvs336g-v2 actually borked it, intermittently started blocking traffic (acted like blocking all dns traffic) while showing connected.. had to rma it, got fvw336g-f3 with 4.3.3-6 that acted same way. reverting the V3 to 4.3.3-5 worked fine and was stable. I was not able to get the v2 stable on any firmware after applying 4.3.3-6 to it.

if on 4.3.3-6 may be worth trying 4.3.3-5.

just a thought.

I am not an expert and use mine on very small lan so take the thought with huge grain of salt.

 

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