[Mikrotik] Connection pauses?

Bill Prince part-15 at SkylineBroadbandService.com
Mon Sep 27 20:32:58 CDT 2010


  There's nothing to span.  This RB450 has a single ethernet port going 
upstream, and I'm using the switch feature between ether2 and ether3 
(ether2 is the master).

The backhaul has ether1, wlan1, going into a wds-bridge; making it a 
transparent bridge.

I would not know how to use RSTP on this.


bp


On 9/26/2010 5:45 AM, Gerard Dupont wrote:
> Are you using any Mikrotik bridges? If so, try turning spanning
> tree/rstp on or off depending on your current setting. You would also
> want to make sure that it is set the same on all of the devices in
> that bridge.
>
> Gerard
>
>
>
> On Sat, Sep 25, 2010 at 7:34 PM, Bill Prince
> <part-15 at skylinebroadbandservice.com>  wrote:
>> Just set up a new POP, with a new RB450G for the router at that location.
>>   The router appears to intermittently be "asleep" for reasons that I do not
>> understand.
>>
>> When I SSH into it from the backhaul radio, which is plugged directly into
>> ether1, it will periodically "pause", for 5 seconds to almost a minute, and
>> then carry on as if nothing was wrong.
>>
>> There is nothing posted in the log file, and when I monitor the ethernet
>> port from the backhaul radio, the ethernet link stays active the whole time,
>> even though it won't answer pings.  Here is a small sample of pings coming
>> from the backhaul radio (it missed 4 out of 34 packets):
>>
>>    [admin at xxxxxx BHS]>  ping size=1000 10.13.100.32
>>    HOST                                    SIZE  TTL TIME  STATUS
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>         sent=20 received=20 packet-loss=0% min-rtt=0ms avg-rtt=0ms
>>    max-rtt=0ms
>>    HOST                                    SIZE  TTL TIME  STATUS
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>    10.13.100.32                                            timeout
>>    10.13.100.32                                            timeout
>>    10.13.100.32                                            timeout
>>    10.13.100.32                                            timeout
>>    10.13.100.32                            1000  64  0ms
>>         sent=34 received=30 packet-loss=11% min-rtt=0ms avg-rtt=0ms
>>    max-rtt=0ms
>>
>> Not sure where to look here.  I suppose I might have a broken RB450G, and
>> I've checked all the usual suspects like subnets, routes (although routes
>> should not be involved when you're on the same subnet, and plugged in
>> directly)...
>>
>> Looking for ideas before I drive out there with a spare...
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> bp
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