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Offline MisterW

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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #25 on: Aug 13, 2009, 20:38:18 »
Bob,
If it helps :-
lmd is 'Link Manager daemon'
nodesd is 'Network device status daemon'
I dont know what hostap2 is but hostapd is 'Wireless access point daemon' so my guess is that it could be something to do with the 2nd Wireless ap ( Fusion ). Do you have it enabled ?
TBH I've seen a few 2700's and never seen those entries in a log. The firmware update daemon is 'cwmd' so its usually responsible for any logs regarding failure to contact the update servers.
What firmware version are you running ?

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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #26 on: Aug 14, 2009, 09:46:44 »
Good morning Ian,

Thanks for the comments.  I am running firmware version 6.1.1.48.1-enh.tm; the 2700 updated automatically from 6.1.1.48 shortly after installation.

I can also confirm that both Fusion and Openzone are not enabled, although the Fusion SSID broadcast box remains ticked thus:-

     SSID Broadcast: [√] Enable (default: Enabled)
     Channel: 13
     Enable this SSID:[  ] Enable (default: Enabled)


Perhaps the router is contacting BT successfully after all, as can be seen from the extract from last nights logs (below) 'Cwmnd' seems to complete successfully at 03:40:17hrs and 03:40:27hrs.

Extract from logs:-
INF 2009-08-14T00:00:00+01:00 fwmond:  reset daily statistics
WRN 2009-08-14T00:00:00+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:07+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 331988 times
INF 2009-08-14T03:40:07+01:00 cwmd:  session started, server: 'https://pbthdm.bt.motive.com/cwmpWeb/CPEMgt', event code(s): '2 PERIODIC,4 VALUE CHANGE'
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:07+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:17+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 187 times
INF 2009-08-14T03:40:17+01:00 cwmd:  session completed successfully
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:17+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:18+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 20 times
INF 2009-08-14T03:40:18+01:00 cwmd:  session started, server: 'https://pbthdm.bt.motive.com/cwmpWeb/CPEMgt', event code(s): '4 VALUE CHANGE,6 CONNECTION REQUEST'
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:18+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:27+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 167 times
INF 2009-08-14T03:40:27+01:00 cwmd:  session completed successfully
WRN 2009-08-14T03:40:28+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T07:52:58+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 380809 times
ERR 2009-08-14T07:52:59+01:00 lmd:  hostap2: couldn't sync config: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T07:52:59+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T07:58:07+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 7324 times
ERR 2009-08-14T07:58:08+01:00 lmd:  hostap2: couldn't sync config: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T07:58:08+01:00 nodesd:  unable to sync data: No such file or directory
WRN 2009-08-14T08:10:11+01:00 nodesd:  Previous log entry repeated 17180 times


As can be seen by the number of repeat log entries, the router seems to trying to sync data with something about 1500 times per minute.  The warnings are also interspersed with other items.
 
Doesn't seem to affect performance though.

Hmm... perhaps I'll have to ask the bears.

Bob

« Last Edit: Aug 14, 2009, 09:51:31 by Arctophile »

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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #27 on: Aug 14, 2009, 11:54:09 »
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I am running firmware version 6.1.1.48.1-enh.tm;
Aah, that could explain it. I dont think anyone, apart from BT, and I'm not even sure they do!!, knows what goes on in the Version 6 f/w. It does look from your logs like its trying to synchronise some data with the BT servers and maybe because your are not a BT Business Broadband customer ( with an official 2700 ) its not going to do it. Unfortunately the V6 ones are pretty locked down , you cant even reload them with earlier firmware.
I guess you're stuck with the error messages but as long as its not affecting the performance it's maybe not a problem...


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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #28 on: Aug 14, 2009, 16:07:55 »
Well, I have managed to stop all those repeated warning messages.

MisterW gave me the clue when he suggested that it may be connected with the BT Fusion option.

After discussing it with the bears I simply turned the BT Fusion SSID back on - to no effect.
Turned the BT Fusion SSID off again - result - no more repeated warnings.

Whilst the warnings did not seem to cause a problem, I just don't like unexplained happenings.


Bob

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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #29 on: Aug 14, 2009, 16:11:10 »
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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #30 on: Aug 14, 2009, 16:19:07 »
I know what you mean, Bob. :)
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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #31 on: Aug 14, 2009, 18:58:00 »
Glad I was of some help. At least I achieved more than I did in the office today!!!

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Re: My BT2700HGV experience
« Reply #32 on: Aug 14, 2009, 18:59:49 »
That's good to hear. ;D
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