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daexgx

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About daexgx

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  • DumaOS Routers Owned
    XR500
  1. So i finally figured it out after i had to factory reset my phone. When i did this i started getting no internet at all for my phone , even after a delay. I set everything to static and hard set my dns to google. After i did this i had internet instantly. After a bit of fiddling i figured out it is indeed my PiHole acting up(seems like my new ISPs way of doing stuff puts off my pihole, as before it had no problem). I am very sorry for wasting your time, you very correct from the beginning. All i had to do was set my dns to a set one other than pihole on the phone AND flush my internet settings (seems like the pihole dns was getting cached so just changing without flushing didnt help, thats why i didnt notice. It stucks even through phone resets). Thank you so much and sorry i wasted your time.
  2. So uh, i have one issue with that. After changing the router to AP mode i lose internet. (Phone gets stuck on assigning IP) and notebook (the only thing that stayed connected) doesn't get internet.
  3. As far as i looked it seems normal, device gets added to the manager with an ip address always increasing by 1 from the last one. What i noticed is that both when a new device connects and even with an old one, whenever im checking the logs for whats happening, it takes a few seconds for the DHCP log to pop up. Before that happens my device has no internet.
  4. Heya, sorry it took a while. one more thing i noticed but that probably unrelated and i dont really care about it is that i cant access my router from outside my wifi anymore ie. remote access is unavailable.
  5. My Devices are: My Windows Desktop Macbook Xiaomi Phone Google Home Mini Yeelight RGB Lightstrip Yeelight Smart Bulb Chromecast (2nd gen) Mijia Air Purifier Vacuum Pi Zero (that would maybe be a good future feature idea: run diagnostic log)
  6. I reset the router and only connected my devices without changing anything. It was fine for most of the day but about an hour the issue came back. I dont believe anything changed in the mean time, i ran no updates on the devices and the only thing running most of the day was chromecast and my macbook. Thats pretty much it.
  7. Hmm interesting. I already did factory reset but i did restore some of the settings back. It did stop for like a day after that but came back since. As for the deadspots, i live in a studio apartment/garsonier, so that would be very unfortunate. Im never more than 10m away from the router as its at the entrance door and the apartment has about 32m2
  8. I couldnt find it on my phone (couldnt do it trough terminal either) in the end i deleted the device on the router, deleted the networks on my phone and reset. [DumaOS] Marking device that is marked 192.168.1.7 42 7., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:32:42 [DumaOS] Marking device that is marked 192.168.1.7 42 7., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:26 [DumaOS] Marking device that is marked 192.168.1.7 42 7., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:25 [DumaOS] config write 'com.netdumasoftware.devicemanager.database', Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:25 [DumaOS] applying qos for zone lan, Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:25 [DumaOS] DHCP lease change., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:24 [DumaOS] DHCP new event., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:24 [DHCP IP: 192.168.1.7] to MAC address 9c:2e:a1:ce:21:cd, Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:24 [DumaOS] Marking device that is marked 192.168.1.7 42 7., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:23 [DumaOS] applying qos for zone wan, Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:23 [DumaOS] Marking device that is marked 192.168.1.7 42 7., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:22 [DumaOS] config write 'com.netdumasoftware.devicemanager.database', Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:22 [DumaOS] DHCP lease change., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:21 [DumaOS] DHCP new event., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:21 [DHCP IP: 192.168.1.7] to MAC address 9c:2e:a1:ce:21:cd, Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:21 [DumaOS] Marking device that is marked 192.168.1.7 42 7., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:21 [DumaOS] config write 'com.netdumasoftware.devicemanager.database', Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:20 [DumaOS] DHCP lease change., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:20 [DumaOS] DHCP new event., Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:20 [DHCP IP: 192.168.1.7] to MAC address 9c:2e:a1:ce:21:cd, Thursday, October 03, 2019 21:31:20 everything stayed about the same. Hope that achieved what you wanted, if not ill try looking for it harder.
  9. So i assigned static ip to my phone, restarted the router and sadly still the same issue. The only thing i noticed when looking at logs is that my phone has no internet until [DumaOS] DHCP lease change., Thursday, October 03, 2019 20:48:08 [DumaOS] DHCP new event., Thursday, October 03, 2019 20:48:08 [DHCP IP: 192.168.1.7] to MAC address 9c:2e:a1:ce:21:cd, Thursday, October 03, 2019 20:48:08 pops up. Though it takes about 10-15 seconds after the device connects for that to happen.
  10. Router is connected to a network switch i assume as i only got an ethernet cable and that one goes to the hallway wall/box ( i live in an apartment complex). As MU-MIMO goes i dont think thats gonna solve it as ive used the same phone before i moved and it wasnt the case that time, ill try it regardless when i get home.
  11. So my setup is like this: Near the entrance door is my XR500 router with the raspberryPI running off its usb port and is connected by wi-fi (2.4), about a meter above the router. The rest of the devices connected to wifi are : My PC using a netgear wifi dongle, macbook, google home mini, yeelight rgb strip, yeelight smart bulb, a xiaomi vacuum and an air purifier. All of these device use 2.4ghz connection, whereas my phone is using 5ghz. I already tried turning the Pihole physically off, didnt change anything. Wifi settings are defaultly set except for 5/2.4 being divided into their own networks instead of 1 "smart" This is in an area of about 32m2. All of these are located in the next room to the router.
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