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Kernel kill flow due to timeout? Affecting speeds.

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Also seeing kernel: [ 2027.056000] recv: nfct get failed

My speeds fluctuate and upload is horrible. Reboots don’t solve anything. Or at least will only help speeds for a minute.

Please advise. 

On the .29 firmware. Not sure what to do, but this is causing a ton of stress. 

Edit: Just saw another thread - I don’t use mine for WiFi. 

But I did see my router may be dying? It’s an original and I’m an early adopter 😭

 

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1 minute ago, Netduma Fraser said:

I'm assuming when it's doing this that's when you see that log entry and the rest of the time you don't see that? 

What speeds do you have? Have you tried a factory reset?

I’ll try a factory reset, but this just popped up over no where the last few days. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Has it been consistent if you connect directly to the ISP hub?

My setup is modem, duma, WiFi 

bever had an I’d

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42 minutes ago, MikeTHIS said:

My setup is modem, duma, WiFi 

bever had an I’d

Thanks for the info. If you connect directly to the modem do you have your expected speeds? Did the factory reset work? What are your speeds?

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1 hour ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Thanks for the info. If you connect directly to the modem do you have your expected speeds? Did the factory reset work? What are your speeds?

Currently at family’s house. Easter. 

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22 hours ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Fair enough, let us know when you're able! Happy Easter :)

Factory reset and my upload is still horrible. 

Still having issues with the kernel timeouts right out of the gate. :(

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Talk about odd. 

So I unticked share excess and did a speed test. It was normal speeds. 

Re selected share excess and it’s still fine. 

Color me confused. 

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29 minutes ago, MikeTHIS said:

Talk about odd. 

So I unticked share excess and did a speed test. It was normal speeds. 

Re selected share excess and it’s still fine. 

Color me confused. 

That's strange, are you using PPPoE or IPv6?

23 minutes ago, MikeTHIS said:

Ok I set my bandwidth and sliders, but I am still getting full speeds....

Was it on When High Priority Traffic Detected?

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8 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

That's strange, are you using PPPoE or IPv6?

Was it on When High Priority Traffic Detected?

My ISP doesnt offer IPv6

I don’t recall if I had that box ticked or not. All is set post factory reset was the static ips for the two Xboxes

the qos was on never I think. 

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1 hour ago, Netduma Fraser said:

If it was default then it's set to never so that would explain why you got full speeds, does it all seem to be working correctly now?

Still having some erratic fluctuations in speed. 

 

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9 hours ago, Netduma Admin said:

Could you take screenshots of your QoS page please?

What do you mean by fluctuations exactly? Do you see these when connected to your modem?

Fluctuations like - I won't change anything and it'll be full and then all of a sudden it's severely limited. Last night it was fine, just checked and tried to play and it was back to being completely unusable again.

I get full speeds direct to modem.

 

 

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18 minutes ago, Netduma Fraser said:

That's very strange, could you look to see what the CPU usage is please in System Information when it's low vs when its higher

Indeed it is, this just started out of no where. 

I’ll try to keep an eye on it. 

Any speculative guesses?

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8 minutes ago, Netduma Admin said:

My guess would be it's either something else on your network using the bandwidth at the same time (check the Network Monitor) or we could be looking at something hardware related.

I thought about this too bandwidth wise when it was doing it yesterday, and the only thing using any was my Xbox. 

I did a speed test before I went to bed last night and I had 164 down and .54 up again. Didn’t have a chance to screen shot the CPU, but will as soon as I get home.

99% sure my OG Duma needs to be retired  :(

I have an older Asus I can install I suppose, if we can’t get this straightened out. 

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1 minute ago, Netduma Fraser said:

Are there any variables you can think of that are consistent with when the speeds are slower such as peak times, when it's hot, lots of devices on wifi etc?

No sir. 

Doesn't matter if it’s peak or 3am, it still happens. 

Wifi is locked down, and we have a few phones/iPads on there. No streaming or anything occurring. 

 

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