a week ago
- My internet provider (Spectrum) added TV service
- I was configuring an EdgeRouter-X to use in conjunction with a virtualization lab. At one point I had the ERX eth0 plugged into my US-16-150W switch.
- [Bonus] I was also testing RADIUS and VPN a few weeks ago.
eth1 / \ eth2
US-16-150W NETGEAR switch
Home, DHCP Lab, Static IP's
- Windows machines on both networks have the yellow warning icon on the network in the system tray. But DNS seems to breifly go away on occasion. The warning icon will sometimes, breifly dissappear. When it is in a good state I'm getting the full 450Mbps down, 20Mbps up.
- Apple devices (iPad, iPad mini, iPhone 6 and iPhone 7) seem to be uneffected by the DNS issue.
- The fastest I can get on the 'Lab' network is 10Mpbs down. Upload speed is still the same at 20Mbps.
- I have tried setting the Settings > Networks > 'DHCP Name Server' to Manual with 192.168.0.1 and 126.96.36.199
- Unplugged modem and USG for a period of several minutes.
- I have not done any customizations through config.gateway.json.
- Ensured IPS and DPI are both DISABLED.
- Ensured Hardware Offload is ENABLED.
What else should I try?
a week ago
@nc2kft- Yes, I've got them set the way you said.
The Apple devices now seem to have trouble resolving DNS. (CNN, FoxNews, Amazon, etc)
I also discovered that running a tracert from my Home subnet to the Lab subnet is inconsistent. On some machines it works, but works on others.
On the broken machines, I can't tracert to the Lab gateway, the USG eth0 ip address, or to 188.8.131.52. All I get are "Request timed out." messages.