Wifi wont restart after suspected dosR9000
Re: Wifi wont restart after suspected dosR9000
After a suspected slow read DoS attack
Netgear's firmware is great at creating false reports of DoS attacks. Many of them are no such thing.
Use Whois.net to see who is behind some of them and you may find that they are from places like Facebook, Google, even your ISP.
Here is a useful tool for that task:
If these events are slowing down your router, that may be because it is using up processor time as it writes the events to your logs. Anything that uses processor power – event logging, QoS management, traffic metering – may cause slowdowns. Disable logging of DoS attacks and see if that reduces the problem. This does not prevent the router from protecting you from the outside world.
After troubleshooting using genie it told me that the DHCP couldn't complete, the gateway was invalid and that DNS failed.
Genie? Which of those did you use?
Be sure to restart your network in this sequence:
- Turn off and unplug modem.
- Turn off router and computers.
- Plug in and turn on modem. Wait 2 minutes for it to connect.
- Turn on the router and wait 2 minutes for it connect.
- Turn on computers and rest of network.
Just another user.My network DM200 -> R7800 -> GS316 -> PL1000 -> Orbi RBR40 -> Orbi RBS50Y -> RBS40V