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  1. Column of Name is limited characters. and also fixed size
  2. Sorting by main screen name and host number only does not work properly. ?Not decimal sort, it can be text sort? It works fine within the specific network.
  3. Is it possible to add a responsive scrolling style of the list on the network screen in the future? Like adjusting ordering on connection priorities in the interface. (move up - move down)
  4. This question point the same issue which I informed. No. I am using only one partition which name is TEMP. This usb have 2 partition ext3(temp) and ext4(swap) That's the issue. When the partition is lost, just delete this partition label in smb settings and reboot. Everything should work.
  5. It might be a long post. Hopefully we can catch something for the fix. I upgraded my device to 3.7 Beta 3 and when the device was turned on, this disk partition was still not visible. I removed the disk and when I checked with gparted, the partitions were standing. I rebooted my router with no disk and inserted the disk. Again, there was no partition. But other discs were fine. Run e2fsck: I rebooted the device and also tried inserting the disk into another usb port. I put the USB hub and disks back. Error occurred on my disk with OPKG. I just unplugged that usb and plugged it back in. Seeing suggestions to do e2fsck, I checked the other 2 disks. I rebooted the router and inserted the disks. Again the same media2 did not have a partition. Other discs are fine. I tried 1-2 more times by plugging it into a different port. In the interface, I deleted the /tmp entry under the smb application. The disk was mounted. And I rebooted. Finally the partition is back. I didn't know how to deal with this situation. Why can this problem occur with more than one disk? Why am I getting this result on all the different disks I use to save syslog? @Le ecureuil
  6. Hello, How to make this script for pyhton application? Vitaliy's grafana monitoring works perfectly, if Keenetic is collector. He shared a script included nohup (background execute) but it does not start at boot. need to manually execute; python /opt/home/keenetic-grafana-monitoring/keentic_influxdb_exporter.py Vitaliy's script #!/bin/sh [ "$1" != "start" ] && exit 0 nohup python /opt/home/keenetic-grafana-monitoring/keentic_influxdb_exporter.py >/dev/null 2>&1 &
  7. Why is domain name not allowed for syslog server? It can also be done with the config of the syslog-ng entware package. Link In the Keenetic interface, I can only listen remotely if the server has a static ip. I can listen to my friend's syslog on tcp 514 port. I would like to write a 4th level domain instead of writing a static ip. Ex: entware * syslog-ng config In addition, why is it not stated in the interface and articles that these records can be sent to a remote location? All examples are given with local networks.
  8. Why is this line which under DSL/PPPoE deleted? @AlexSP @Le ecureuil
  9. If that's what you're talking about, I can't get past it by removing it. Is just restarting the solution?
  10. Checked with e2fsck again while restarting my KN. Yes, partition re-appeared with same UUID. (so syslog is written to file in disk) Some reasons partition gets corrupted. OK. Just syslog send log to this disk. can it happen when too much log line arrives? Shouldn't it continue to work again when I plug it into KN after fixing it? Why doesn't it get proper journal or information without rebooting? @Le ecureuil
  11. I really can't understand why. 😔 Part is corrupted. It doesn't show up when I fix it and mount into Keenetic. I can use the disk in Linux. @Le ecureuil
  12. After fixing all, partition appear again. But when I mount into Keenetic, partition is not available.
  13. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:27 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel scsi host2: usb-storage 1-2.4:1.0 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel scsi 2:0:0:0: Direct-Access TOSHIBA TransMemory 1.00 PQ: 0 ANSI: 2 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg2 type 0 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] 7823296 512-byte logical blocks: (4.01 GB/3.73 GiB) 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Write Protect is off 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Mode Sense: 65 44 09 30 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] No Caching mode page found 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Assuming drive cache: write through 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sdc: sdc1 sdc2 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Attached SCSI removable disk 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 user info ndm Storage::Manager: "Media2": enabled a disk spin down. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 user info ndm Storage::Manager: created "Media2", port 2. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 user err ndm Storage::Partition: a filesystem with the same label (TEMP, 144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c) already mounted. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 user err ndm Storage::Manager: "Media2": failed to create a new partition. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 user crit ndm FileSystem::Directory: system failed [0xcffd00ec], unable to remove "/tmp/mnt/144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c": directory not empty. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 user info ndm Storage::Partition: swap "29bf1f34-afcb-4e89-b976-0e9033e236fe:": filesystem initialized. 10.101.0.1 Sep 21 10:46:28 10.101.0.1 kern info kernel Adding 780284k swap on /dev/sdc2. Priority:-1 extents:1 across:780284k
  14. it is the gparted image after the situation in my message above while the disk is working. How can the partition be corrupted? The disk with exfat file system attached to peak DSL, which I use in the same way, has been working smoothly for more than 1 week. 🙄
  15. According to these outputs, which one is the problem and the partition is lost. - disk (I tried a different disk this time) - writing syslog to disk - usb hub (but it still works for other usb opkg in the same hub.) - partitions (had the same issue with ext3 and ext4) @Le ecureuil
  16. As an article this command make wan to lan in router mode. Is SFP port inclueded? https://help.keenetic.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005486085-Setting-up-the-WAN-port-as-a-LAN-port-in-KN-2610-KN-1810-KN-1010-KN-1910-and-KN-3010 I know SFP-Gigabit combo port. But SFP id is GigabitEthernet1/0. Since I don't have a router with an sfp port at the moment, I couldn't test it and be sure. interface Bridge0 include GigabitEthernet1 Does gigabit ethernet cover all? All for ISP 🙄 For example; "ISP": { "id": "GigabitEthernet1", "index": 1, "type": "GigabitEthernet", "description": "Broadband connection", "interface-name": "ISP", "port": { "id": "GigabitEthernet1/0", "index": 0, "interface-name": "0", "type": "Port", "link": "up", "auto-negotiation": "on", "speed": "100", "duplex": "full", "flow-control": "off", "transceiver": "internal", "sfp-combo": true "ISP-Vlan": { "id": "GigabitEthernet1/Vlan107", "index": 107, "type": "Vlan", "description": "Metronet TTNET", "interface-name": "ISP-Vlan", An another article said yes it is. https://help.keenetic.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000893880-Internet-connection-via-an-optical-fiber-link-SFP-module- So, can the SFP port connect to the mesh in AP mode? No need to even enter this command, right? As a result, in AP mode, all ports turn into Lan ports. Can I include it in the mesh with fiber or ethernet cable with my sfp module? I wrote this topic because I am very curious about the answer. thanks.
  17. Thanks for answer. I prefer built-in solutions. I believe nextdns will be integrated into KeeneticOs. 🙏
  18. Do kernel.warning messages indicate a serious problem? I've been seeing it in syslog for a long time. Device: Keenetic Peak DSL KN-2510 / OS: KeeneticOS 3.6.10 Stable Date Time Priority Hostname Message 09-19-2021 09:07:31 Kernel.Warning HIDE Sep 19 09:07:37 192.168.1.1 kernel: ra = 77880138 in libc.so[77850000+d2000] 09-19-2021 09:07:31 Kernel.Warning HIDE Sep 19 09:07:37 192.168.1.1 kernel: epc = 7787fb8c in libc.so[77850000+d2000] 09-19-2021 09:07:31 Kernel.Warning HIDE Sep 19 09:07:37 192.168.1.1 kernel: do_page_fault(): sending SIGSEGV to ntce_sink for invalid read access from 00000008
  19. Oh thanks ✌️ I read above this but I asked because I thought maybe a new process name might have been created. It seems like hiding ndm processes is not a very good option. I disabled upnp on the DVR device and opened the ports manually. This is the first time I've seen so many upnp messages for a device.
  20. How should it be for upnp? I tried Although the command is confirmed, the log flow continues.
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