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mirroring

Good day.
There is a scheme:
NS M5 (192.168.0.2AP) <radio> PBE M5 (Statiy192.168.0.4) <utp> NS M5 (AP192.168.0.202) <radio> PBE Statiy192.168.203)
Lost connection between PBE M5 (Statiy192.168.0.4) <utp> NS M5 (AP192.168.0.202)

Here are the logs, tell me which way to look.
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[15386.147000] eth0: received packet with address
[19406.345000] eth0: received packet with address
[81630.901000] eth0: received packet with address
[82479.337000] eth0: received packet with address
[167917.084000] eth0: received packet with address
[167982.555000] eth0: received packet with address
[254803.794000] eth0: received packet with address
[256125.045000] eth0: received packet with address
[256363.548000] eth0: received packet with address
[257507.480000] eth0: received packet with address as source address
[257685.775000] eth0: received packet with address
[258347.402000] eth0: received packet with address


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Re: mirroring

@SpawnMG
No one needs evidence... just more info.
Explain your issue and how it can be triggered or when it happens.
1. Thread name says not much
2. no screenshots (main, network and wireless tab) of WebGUI from your devices which are related to your issue.
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Beyond testing/replacing cables attach network tabs from radio IP x.0.4 and x.0.202, so we can see your actual network config.
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Re: mirroring

Can you provide some more information on what you are doing here?
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Re: mirroring

What information do you want to know?
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Re: mirroring

I am not following from your description above what it is you are doing here. Please provide some more information.
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Re: mirroring

I came here for help.
Need some kind of evidence?
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@SpawnMG
No one needs evidence... just more info.
Explain your issue and how it can be triggered or when it happens.
1. Thread name says not much
2. no screenshots (main, network and wireless tab) of WebGUI from your devices which are related to your issue.
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Thx
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Re: mirroring

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I tried to describe the whole wiring diagram as it is. Below are screenshots of radio settings.
Settings are not primichalny, even no encryption.
everything works in bridge mode.
Now the truth has slightly changed the settings: now it’s like this:
NS M5 (192.168.0.2AP) <radio> PBE M5 (Statiy192.168.0.4) <utp> NS M5 (CM 192.168.0.202) <radio> PBE AP 192.168.203)

 

If you need any more data, I will be happy to provide them.

Thank you in advance

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Re: mirroring

you have a huge chain imbalance on radios with SSID: 03
first align them,
but still i don't have a clue what your real issue is?
can you at least describe the symptoms?
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Re: mirroring

Connection to 192.168.0.202 is lost.
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Re: mirroring

As I wrote above, the scheme is as follows:
Router () <UTP> NS M5 (192.168.0.2AP) <radio> PBE M5 (Statiy192.168.0.4) <utp> NS M5 (AP192.168.0.202) <radio> PBE Statiy192.168.203)

I see periodically that the connection breaks down to 192.168.0.202.
Probably the problem is not in the radio channel. namely, the cable connection, but I'm not so sure. In the logs 192.168.0.4 there is only:

[15386.147000] eth0: received packet with address
[19406.345000] eth0: received packet with address
[81630.901000] eth0: received packet with address
[82479.337000] eth0: received packet with address
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Re: mirroring

Okay, this is a bit more information; have you tested the cable connecting to .202?
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@SpawnMG

Beyond testing/replacing cables attach network tabs from radio IP x.0.4 and x.0.202, so we can see your actual network config.
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[ Edited ]

No cable was changed, only the devices themselves.

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Re: mirroring

Does the port drop or are you seeing packet loss on this connection while the port remains up?
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@SpawnMG

In your previous post you mentioned having issues between 10.68.3.4 and 10.68.3.202.
your screenshot shows 10.68.3.3 ?? what's correct now?

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