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jw0ng
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Whole Home Discs loss connection "Debug" message in log

Hi, I keep having issues in dropping connection with my Whole Home Discs lately. up to twice a week sometimes.

I checked the log, it seems like there are a bunch of "debug" messages before or around the time I found the connection drop. 

I had to restart my Whole Home WiFi system via the web GUI every time (via a wired connected device, both to the modem router)

I have changed ISP to TalkTalk FTTP 500M fibre plan back in Aug, but this only started happening in the last month or so.

Below is a snippet of the log before I manually trigger a restart. Can anyone shed some light on this is a problem with my router? or something to do with the Whole Home disc(s)?

 

 

 

22.11.2021 15:44:04 [0 5 0] ATDP -  Old Device Leave [--:--:--:--:--:--] 
22.11.2021 15:44:04 [0 5 0] ATDP -  Old Device Leave [--:--:--:--:--:--] 
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] OWL-Device3(--:--:--:--:--:--) leave topology
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]Mem:used 66832 free 55304, CPU:usr 2 sys 12
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]Process 'owl -conf' number is 18
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]Check other process OK
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]Current 24G Channel Load is 20, 5G Channel Load is 3
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]last sniff uptime is 57366, now uptime is 57396
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]The bssid of the interface apcli0 is  Not-Associated   
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]The bssid of the interface apclii0 is  Not-Associated   
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]brctl show
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]bridge name	bridge id		STP enabled	interfaces
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]br0		8000.4c1b8638f93d	no		ra0
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]							rai0
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]							eth2
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]							ra2
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]							rai2
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]br1		8000.4a0b8638f93d	no		apcli0
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]br2		8000.4a0b8638f93e	no		apclii0
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]br3		8000.000000000000	no		
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]24G AVG RSSI is = , 5G AVG RSSI is = .
22.11.2021 15:44:10 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]ATDP statistics: Discover Rx=37935, Discover Tx=57106, Notify Rx=37962, Notify Tx=114212, Query Rx=37972, Query Tx=38021, Response Rx=70000, Response Tx=37972
22.11.2021 15:44:12 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]Ping GW 192.168.0.1 result: 3 packets transmitted, 3 packets received, 00x2acket loss
22.11.2021 15:44:14 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]ATDP statistics: Discover Rx=37935, Discover Tx=57109, Notify Rx=37962, Notify Tx=114218, Query Rx=37972, Query Tx=38021, Response Rx=70000, Response Tx=37972
22.11.2021 15:44:14 [2 4 2] [DEBUG]eth_block_inf(NULL)
22.11.2021 15:44:15 [2 4 2] OWL-Device2(--:--:--:--:--:--) leave topology
22.11.2021 15:45:25 [2 4 1] HTTP-User login from 192.168.0.11.
22.11.2021 15:46:03 [2 4 2] OWL-Reboot request from GUI.

 

 

 

 

I have also updated my FW from v1.02.12 build02 to v1.02.13 build07 AFTER  this restart, hoping to improve the recent hiccups in connection. 

Any suggestion is welcome!

 

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JohnC2
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Re: Whole Home Discs loss connection "Debug" message in log

Hi @jw0ng, sorry that you're having to reboot the discs as they keep losing the connection. Give the Whole Home Wifi Product Helpdesk a call as they'll be best placed to help you with this.

cheers

John

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jw0ng
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Re: Whole Home Discs loss connection "Debug" message in log

Thanks for coming back.

I have sent them an email with the log snippet above.

Just wondering, in the community, can someone enlighten me, in the debug messages above, is that my router? or is the BT Whole Home main disc unable to reach the satellite discs? or something else?
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jw0ng
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Re: Whole Home Discs loss connection "Debug" message in log

Just got the reply from the support team, asking me to try and turn off the "Legacy Steering".

Finger crossed hope this will be able solve the issue.

Does anyone know what kind of devices will this affect? Like how old a device will this be affected?
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