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Archive for June 5th, 2013

Fonera Simpl Get Started : Fon Support (FON2100A)

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/06/05

So I won’t forget where the FON2100A instructions are: Fonera Simpl Get Started : Fon Support.

Posted in Fonera FON2100A, Network-and-equipment, Power User | Leave a Comment »

ASUS Wireless Router RT-N66U – General Log: full of “protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0”

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/06/05

Not sure what happened, but my log appeared to be full of these messages:

Jun  5 12:46:56 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0
Jun  5 12:47:02 kernel: printk: 61 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:02 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0
Jun  5 12:47:06 kernel: printk: 132 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:06 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0
Jun  5 12:47:11 kernel: printk: 544 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:11 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:47:17 kernel: printk: 163 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:17 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0
Jun  5 12:47:21 kernel: printk: 115 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:21 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:47:26 kernel: printk: 275 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:26 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0
Jun  5 12:47:31 kernel: printk: 644 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:31 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:47:36 kernel: printk: 866 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:36 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:47:41 kernel: printk: 750 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:41 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0
Jun  5 12:47:46 kernel: printk: 665 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:46 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:47:51 kernel: printk: 766 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:51 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:47:56 kernel: printk: 625 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:47:56 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth1
Jun  5 12:48:01 kernel: printk: 782 messages suppressed.
Jun  5 12:48:01 kernel: protocol 0000 is buggy, dev eth0

Note sure what caused it, but others have had it in the past as well.
Other symptoms:

  • br0 network becoming slower and slower on download speed (but not on upload speed; in the end I had 0.5 megabit downstream and 5 megabit upstream)
  • br0 ping times twice as high as normal (around 30 milliseconds on SpeedTest.net in stead of 15 milliseconds)
  • WiFi (especially 2.4: eth1) becoming impossible to connect to from new connections
  • packet drops

I thought they were caused because of me experimenting with a Fonera 2100A -> TomadoUSB experiment, especially since my FON access point was limited to 1 megabit.

But as soon as other users started to use the LAN, I got speed complaints about the slowness.

I’ve been running the ASUS RT-N66U in Firmware Version 3.0.0.4.260 with Operation Mode:Wireless router for quite a while now, but I also noticed that it had rebooted itself recently, as the was Uptime 0 days 20 hours when I started digging in the log.

The worst I got:

Ping (milliseconds) Down (megabit) Up (megabit) WiFi connection to
31 0.4 0.9 ASUS RT-N66U: 2.4 Ghz

Time for a Reboot to see if it gets any better.

Later:

After a reboot the situation turned to normal:

Ping (milliseconds) Down (megabit) Up (megabit) WiFi connection to
16 90 10 ASUS RT-N66U: 2.4 Ghz
17 9 8 Fonera: MyPlace
17 3 1 Fonera: FON_AP
15 2 0.6 Wireless-N 3G Router
15 1.5 0.7 RT N66U TomatoUSB 2.4 Ghz

–jeroen

via: ASUS Wireless Router RT-N66U – General Log.

Posted in ASUS RT-N66U, Network-and-equipment, Power User | 2 Comments »

WinAmp AACPlus v2 Encoder: how to encode mono

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/06/05

AACPlus allows for a many combinations of encoding flags.

Finding out whick allows to encode a mono audio stream is a bit time consuming.

Luckiliy, I found this post:

If you want encode in mono make this:

enc_aacPlus test.wav test.aac --br (max 256000) --mono

or for streaming:

enc_aacplus - - --br (max 256000) --silent --rawpcm 44100 2 16 --mono

Note that the various versions of enc_aacPlus.exe requires the enc_aacPlus.dll from WinAmp.

–jeroen

via: AACPlus v2 Encoder Problem..

Posted in Batch-Files, Development, Media Streaming, Power User, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

 
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