How to issue an "ifup broadband" when this is logged
mark.wahlert at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 03:52:47 UTC 2017
On Wed, Feb 8, 2017 at 10:38 PM, Russ Westrem
<lspwaterproofing at gmail.com> wrote:
> No. In fact it's almost the exact opposite. It was up today for 11 hours
> straight but this was with nothing connected to it. No pings no anything.
> As soon as I connect a computer and start using it, it will go down anywhere
> between 5 min and 45 min. Sometimes faster sometimes slower.
I have basically the same experiences. My system will be stable
overnight, but the moment I start connecting devices in the AM, it
starts dropping the connection. I posted MM debug logs in my
"connection instability" thread if anyone beyond Aleksander wants to
take a look at them.
> On Feb 8, 2017 9:34 PM, "Sebastian Sjoholm" <sebastian.sjoholm at gmail.com>
>> > On Feb 8, 2017, at 21:14 , Russ Westrem <lspwaterproofing at gmail.com>
>> > wrote:
>> > I have tried locking bands and not locking them. My setup is stationary
>> > and does not switch towers or bands normally. But after about 30 min of
>> > connection the connection is lost. The ip actually does stay the same. The
>> > Mmcli -b 0 shows not connected. The only way to reestablish a connection is
>> > to issue an ifup. The bearer then changes to Mmcli -b 1 and the connection
>> > lasts for another few minutes until the process repeats itself.
>> Could it be some inactivity timer from the network side?
>> After you do connect, keep pinging one address so that there is activity
>> on the connection, does it go down after the 30min again?
>> Then you could try to manually do a disconnect after 20min, and then
>> connect again. Would it keep the connection alive for another 30min?
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