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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #30 on: June 14, 2013, 01:53:25 PM »

I have not seen this issue on my 645 with a client in the DMZ. Even though I do see an odd IP address that's not reserved by any of my devices: 192.160.0.10 ???

Wondering if there is any relation.


Calculli, I have a DIR-645 and I started seeing this strange entry in my list once I enabled an IP in the DMZ zone. If you expand the details for that strange name (which does not match any of my network hostnames) it points to my DMZ IP.

I moved my DMZ IP to a different IP and sure enough, now it is using the new DMZ IP.

Not really sure if this are really related or not but that has been my personal experience with that Internet session name.
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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #31 on: July 14, 2013, 08:07:28 AM »

I've experienced the same thing myself.  Not sure how long this has been going on for but last night I noticed for the first time an inbound session on my DIR-865L (firmware 1.04) just like calculi mentioned.  The IP was listed as "EPLIED]" and it was accessing my main computer on port 57100.  I tried to monitor activity using TCPView but there was nothing happening.  I didn't reboot/reset anything and left it on all night. This morning it was gone.  The only devices running last night were by main workstation and the two QNAP NASes that are always on.  The only other parameters in the question are the Hyper-V based CentOS VM, the Huawei cable modem in front of the DIR-865L and of course all the shhhhhhtuf I got running on the main workstation.

This is weird!  I suspect this thing is rampant but most people just don't bother monitoring sessions on their router hence the lack of reported incidents.  This is beginning to smell.

gkp
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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #32 on: July 15, 2013, 07:07:10 AM »

Link>Welcome!
  • What region are you located?
  • Are you wired or wireless connected to the router?
  • Has a Factory Reset been performed?
  • Was a Factory Reset performed before and after any firmware updates?
  • Was the router seeing this before any firmware updates?

Internet Service Provider and Modem Configurations
  • What ISP Service do you have? Cable or DSL?
  • What ISP Modem Mfr. and model # do you have?

I've experienced the same thing myself.  Not sure how long this has been going on for but last night I noticed for the first time an inbound session on my DIR-865L (firmware 1.04) just like calculi mentioned.  The IP was listed as "EPLIED]" and it was accessing my main computer on port 57100.  I tried to monitor activity using TCPView but there was nothing happening.  I didn't reboot/reset anything and left it on all night. This morning it was gone.  The only devices running last night were by main workstation and the two QNAP NASes that are always on.  The only other parameters in the question are the Hyper-V based CentOS VM, the Huawei cable modem in front of the DIR-865L and of course all the shhhhhhtuf I got running on the main workstation.

This is weird!  I suspect this thing is rampant but most people just don't bother monitoring sessions on their router hence the lack of reported incidents.  This is beginning to smell.

gkp

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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #33 on: July 15, 2013, 05:33:16 PM »


Link>Welcome!
  • What region are you located?
Toronto, ON


  • Are you wired or wireless connected to the router?
Wired

  • Has a Factory Reset been performed?

No factory reset

  • Was a Factory Reset performed before and after any firmware updates?
  • Was the router seeing this before any firmware updates?
several months ago

Internet Service Provider and Modem Configurations
  • What ISP Service do Rogersable or DSL?
Distributel

  • What ISP Modem Mfr. and model # do you have?
Huawei MT130U
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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #34 on: July 16, 2013, 07:16:25 AM »

I recommend doing a factory reset of the router and set it up from scratch. Turn OFF ALL other devices during this process. Disconnect everything, accept for one wired PC. After the factory reset, go in and look at the sessions and see if you notice this entry. If you don't see it, graduate to turning and connecting the next device. Keep doing this until you see something.

I recommend trying your unit out at a different location if possible, like at a friends for families place with a different ISP service and Modem.

I looked up your model modem and saw some information regarding this brand as being made in China and having some supposed back door abilities that modems shouldn't have. People recommend not using this brand of modem. How ever I presume that your choices could be limited by your ISP as well. I would recommend trying this out at a different location if possible.


Link>Welcome!
  • What region are you located?
Toronto, ON


  • Are you wired or wireless connected to the router?
Wired

  • Has a Factory Reset been performed?

No factory reset

  • Was a Factory Reset performed before and after any firmware updates?
  • Was the router seeing this before any firmware updates?
several months ago

Internet Service Provider and Modem Configurations
  • What ISP Service do Rogersable or DSL?
Distributel

  • What ISP Modem Mfr. and model # do you have?
Huawei MT130U

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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #35 on: September 18, 2013, 03:56:36 AM »

Hi all,

I recently accuired a DIR-865L A1... with 1.05 fw.

"Eplied" seems to show up when the DIR-865L looses the DCHP from ISP... and over a number of minutes or hours no one else claims the IP-adress you are still connected... but connections established after loss of "valid" IP-adress to ISP will show up as "Eplied".

Once someone else claims the IP-adress you loose internet connection...or if the ISP regard it as spurious traffic (no agreed user/client).

Now the not so funny part:
 
DIR-865L does not restart the DHCP quering once it lost its WAN IP... must be done manually by Disconnect /renew/restart....

In my case my ISP have a 20 minute lease of IP-adresses... and the DIR-865L is lousy to renew in time, causing it to loose it IP-adress... (Yepp, click UNI-casting...etc... all tricks in the "boards" and some more) (I have a DSL-302B bridged ... so DIR-865L is the DHCP WAN client).

Why the DIR-865L is the cause... well, if I run the DSL-320B as half-bridged using it as the DCHP WAN client and let the DIR-865L use static or long lease of the 192.168.1.X adress from the DSL-320B... it is rock solid... i.e. NOT ISP-related.

If I run the DSL-320B bridged the DIR-865L is responsible for aquiring and maintaining the IP-adress renewal... which fails to often... and does not recover/restart. In the log is shows up as failures to renew a couple of times then nothing... no renew or request to WAN side, WAN DHCP client stalls/dies.

So:

DSL-302B
MODEM bridged mode ... DIR-865L failure... loss of internet IP... and comms after 5 to variable time...
Modem half-bridged ... rock solid internet connection.


Have also tested with an Inteno AR328...
MODEM bridged mode ... same DIR-865L failure... loss of internet IP... and comms after 5 to variable time...
Modem half-bridged ... rock solid internet connection.

So... I currently run half-bridged DSL-320B... and have 2 NATs after each other...

Hope this shed some light on "Eplied"... and that FW 1.05 still needs a tune up of the WAN DHCP client...especially that it "restarts" by itself if it looses WAN IP adress

(LAN DCHP server works ok for me...) (Yes, I have reset and re-setup the DIR-865L several times... so please donīt start there...)

/Peter G
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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #36 on: September 18, 2013, 06:49:23 AM »

Link>Welcome!
  • What region are you located?
  • Was a Factory Reset performed before and after any firmware updates then set up from scratch?
  • Was the router working before any firmware updates?

Does this happen on when connected to a different ISP modem as a test? Try at a different location, ie. friend or family with different modem if possible. This is an isolated issue that only seems to crop up for a few people. I use cable ISP services and have not seen these issues.

Hi all,

I recently accuired a DIR-865L A1... with 1.05 fw.

"Eplied" seems to show up when the DIR-865L looses the DCHP from ISP... and over a number of minutes or hours no one else claims the IP-adress you are still connected... but connections established after loss of "valid" IP-adress to ISP will show up as "Eplied".

Once someone else claims the IP-adress you loose internet connection...or if the ISP regard it as spurious traffic (no agreed user/client).

Now the not so funny part:
 
DIR-865L does not restart the DHCP quering once it lost its WAN IP... must be done manually by Disconnect /renew/restart....

In my case my ISP have a 20 minute lease of IP-adresses... and the DIR-865L is lousy to renew in time, causing it to loose it IP-adress... (Yepp, click UNI-casting...etc... all tricks in the "boards" and some more) (I have a DSL-302B bridged ... so DIR-865L is the DHCP WAN client).

Why the DIR-865L is the cause... well, if I run the DSL-320B as half-bridged using it as the DCHP WAN client and let the DIR-865L use static or long lease of the 192.168.1.X adress from the DSL-320B... it is rock solid... i.e. NOT ISP-related.

If I run the DSL-320B bridged the DIR-865L is responsible for aquiring and maintaining the IP-adress renewal... which fails to often... and does not recover/restart. In the log is shows up as failures to renew a couple of times then nothing... no renew or request to WAN side, WAN DHCP client stalls/dies.

So:

DSL-302B
MODEM bridged mode ... DIR-865L failure... loss of internet IP... and comms after 5 to variable time...
Modem half-bridged ... rock solid internet connection.


Have also tested with an Inteno AR328...
MODEM bridged mode ... same DIR-865L failure... loss of internet IP... and comms after 5 to variable time...
Modem half-bridged ... rock solid internet connection.

So... I currently run half-bridged DSL-320B... and have 2 NATs after each other...

Hope this shed some light on "Eplied"... and that FW 1.05 still needs a tune up of the WAN DHCP client...especially that it "restarts" by itself if it looses WAN IP adress

(LAN DCHP server works ok for me...) (Yes, I have reset and re-setup the DIR-865L several times... so please donīt start there...)

/Peter G
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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions
« Reply #37 on: September 20, 2013, 05:01:28 AM »

HI,

Location Sweden,

Straight out of the box... (said "FW 1.5" only.... but with date 14 april 2013) (Unit bought August)

Reset performed several times...

... UPDATE: Downloaded the FW 1.5b07 ... which once installed in the DIR-865L is noted as ( FW 1.05 with date 19 june 2013...) NOT saying 1.05b07 in web page... 1.05 but a different date...

So what was the original FW 1.05 ? Subversion b1, b2, b3, b4, b5 or b6 ?
Can not find any released version with thatversion and date on any of DLinks FTP-sites worldwide for this model.

Bottom line for me: Installed it... rebooted... reset ... and now it works ok...

Caveat: DLink need to have better version control and naming of the firmware versions in their web interface, and little bit better quality control, perhaps...
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Re: DIR-865L Weird Internet sessions (RESOLVED)
« Reply #38 on: September 20, 2013, 07:04:27 AM »

Yes there can be some sub versions of the parent version and Yes I personally hate it with they don't progress the parent version.

Glad it's working for you and thanks for sharing. Enjoy.

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HI,

Location Sweden,

Straight out of the box... (said "FW 1.5" only.... but with date 14 april 2013) (Unit bought August)

Reset performed several times...

... UPDATE: Downloaded the FW 1.5b07 ... which once installed in the DIR-865L is noted as ( FW 1.05 with date 19 june 2013...) NOT saying 1.05b07 in web page... 1.05 but a different date...

So what was the original FW 1.05 ? Subversion b1, b2, b3, b4, b5 or b6 ?
Can not find any released version with thatversion and date on any of DLinks FTP-sites worldwide for this model.

Bottom line for me: Installed it... rebooted... reset ... and now it works ok...

Caveat: DLink need to have better version control and naming of the firmware versions in their web interface, and little bit better quality control, perhaps...

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