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RMerlin
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Posted:6/12/2012 12:47:00 AM # 111

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Author: TeHashX Posted: 6/12/2012 12:32:00 AM

Good news, it shows 6400 - 8100 free, downloaded 2 files 600 mb size and one 4gb. I didn't made IPV6 tests with 3.0.0.3.130.8

So it seems the memory leak would be specific to tunnels.  I guess I'll have to look at backporting more kernel patches specific to tunnels then.  That at least narrows it down a lot.


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Posted:6/12/2012 4:15:00 AM # 112

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The last build (3.0.0.3.130.9) fixed IPV6 for me, now is Native with DHCP-PD, see screenshot tested on http://test-ipv6.com/
THX again Merlin


- Meanwhile, start downloading a large file over IPv6.  I was downloading a CentOS ISO from an IPv6 FTP site to do my test.  I'm not at home right now to look up the FTP site I used for my tests, let me know if you can't locate a "test subject".


Sorry, I didn't downloaded from an IPV6 site, please give me a link to try...

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Posted:6/12/2012 5:51:00 AM # 113
I was doing my tests from this site:

http://ftp.stu.edu.tw/Linux/CentOS/6.2/isos/x86_64/

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Posted:6/12/2012 5:15:00 PM # 114
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Posted:6/12/2012 5:15:00 PM # 115

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The last build (3.0.0.3.130.9) fixed IPV6 for me, now is Native with DHCP-PD, see screenshot tested on http://test-ipv6.com/
THX again Merlin


Native IPv6 w/DHCP-PD isn't working for me on Comcast Native IPv6 here in Northern California in the US. Like I said though, they are looking into the problem.

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Posted:6/12/2012 5:17:00 PM # 116

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The last build (3.0.0.3.130.9) fixed IPV6 for me, now is Native with DHCP-PD, see screenshot tested on http://test-ipv6.com/
THX again Merlin

Interesting.  I didn't change anything related to IPv6 versus 130.8.  I assume the numerous IPv6 code changes Asus did in build 130 are responsible for this fix.  I wonder if the memory leak is also occuring under native IPv6, or it's only when using a tunnel.  Could you try the following?

- Open a telnet window to the router, and run the following command:
   watch free

This will display the amount of free memory every 1-2s.  Keep track of the Free column.

- Meanwhile, start downloading a large file over IPv6.  I was downloading a CentOS ISO from an IPv6 FTP site to do my test.  I'm not at home right now to look up the FTP site I used for my tests, let me know if you can't locate a "test subject".

- While it's downloading, do you see the amount of free memory continuously go down?

If it doesn't, then that would indicate the leak only occurs when using a tunnel.

Socal, might be interesting for you to try out this build as well, see if it fixed native IPv6 for you.



Definitely! I am going to load it up and I'll report back on my results.

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Posted:6/12/2012 5:29:00 PM # 117
Well, that didn't fix it, Native IPv6 still isn't working for me. The ISP the other poster is using in Romania must be doing something different than Comcast here. It works fine when hooked up directly to my Modem (Zoom 5341J), so it's definitely the router. The only way I can get IPv6 is to use a HE 6in4 Tunnel, which isn't stable and Comcast's 6to4 IPv6 Relay.

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Posted:6/12/2012 10:18:00 PM # 118
:) It's the same downloading from this IPV6 site, see screenshot

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Posted:6/12/2012 11:47:00 PM # 119
RMerlin, I was playing around with the build 9 and the secure log-on settings, but now I can't connect to the router at all. I even tried putty but I'm not sure what setting to use. What do you recommend? Thanks. Nevermind, I figured out how to reset router.

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Posted:6/13/2012 1:09:00 AM # 120

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Author: TeHashX Posted: 6/12/2012 10:18:00 PM

:) It's the same downloading from this IPV6 site, see screenshot

That's very little free memory - I assume it was already low before you started the download because of running torrents or some other things on your router?  And was it staying stable at the same amount throughout the test download?

My router sits at around 210 MB free.

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