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Operation timeouts and poor stability (WRT1900ACS, OpenWRT 18.06-rc1) #308

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danielkza opened this issue Jul 13, 2018 · 43 comments

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commented Jul 13, 2018

I recently upgrade a Linksys WRT1900ACS to the newest OpenWRT release candidate, and I observed significantly degraded stability, with dozens of Wi-fi clients experiencing high pings spikes and disconnections periodically. Looking at the system logs, I see the following kernel warnings showing up from time to time:

driver name: mwlwifi
chip type: 88W8864
hw version: 7
driver version: 10.3.4.0-20180330
firmware version: 0x0702091a
------------[ cut here ]------------
WARNING: CPU: 1 PID: 4070 at backports-2017-11-01/net/mac80211/agg-tx.c:405 0xbf26da7c [mac80211@bf260000+0x5e000]
Modules linked in: pppoe ppp_async pppox ppp_generic nf_nat_pptp nf_conntrack_pptp nf_conntrack_ipv6 iptable_nat ipt_REJECT ipt_MASQUERADE xt_time xt_tcpudp xt_tcpmss xt_statistic xt_state xt_recent xt_policy xt_nat xt_multiport xt_mark xt_mac xt_limit xt_length xt_hl xt_helper xt_esp xt_ecn xt_dscp xt_conntrack xt_connmark xt_connlimit xt_connbytes xt_comment xt_TCPMSS xt_REDIRECT xt_LOG xt_HL xt_FLOWOFFLOAD xt_DSCP xt_CT xt_CLASSIFY usblp ums_usbat ums_sddr55 ums_sddr09 ums_karma ums_jumpshot ums_isd200 ums_freecom ums_datafab ums_cypress ums_alauda ts_fsm ts_bm slhc nf_reject_ipv4 nf_nat_tftp nf_nat_snmp_basic nf_nat_sip nf_nat_redirect nf_nat_proto_gre nf_nat_masquerade_ipv4 nf_nat_irc nf_conntrack_ipv4 nf_nat_ipv4 nf_nat_h323 nf_nat_amanda nf_nat nf_log_ipv4 nf_flow_table_hw nf_flow_table
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CPU: 1 PID: 4070 Comm: hostapd Not tainted 4.14.50 #0
Hardware name: Marvell Armada 380/385 (Device Tree)
Function entered at [<c010f500>] from [<c010b1d0>]
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---[ end trace 69d7d502b3bfe704 ]---
ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9101=SetApBeacon timed out
ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9136
ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1101
ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9101=SetApBeacon timed out
ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9136
ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1101
ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
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commented Jul 15, 2018

Hi,

What were you running before that was stable?
Have you tried changing the rekeying interval to 86400?
Have you tried to disable sleep mode on the clients?

I haven't seen your specific error message, but have not experienced anything really happy and stable (on trunk mwlwifi and trunk openwrt), compared to the tp link 4320 that was it's predecessor.

Cheers,

Damien

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commented Jul 15, 2018

Hello @dmascord, thank you helping out.

What were you running before that was stable?

LEDE 17.01.2.

Have you tried changing the rekeying interval to 86400?

Not yet, but given I observe very high latency spikes in periods much shorter than the default rekey interval (600 seconds), I would guess it's not the culprit. The kernel warnings also don't seem related to rekeying (I've seen them with intervals of minutes to hours, without any discernible pattern).

Have you tried to disable sleep mode on the clients?

There are 80+ clients at peak times, including laptops and smartphones of many different manufacturers, so I don't have control over all of them. Those exact same clients were working much better before the firmware upgrade.

At first I suspected the issue was related to enabling 802.11r, but after disabling it I did not notice any improvement. I also tried disabling AMSDU as suggest in #207, but it did not improve things.

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commented Jul 17, 2018

Does the problem only happen on high number of clients ?

Are you able to test with the latest trunk openwrt + latest trunk mwlwifi ?

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commented Aug 23, 2018

Give a try to OpenWrt 18.06.1 as it includes a more recent version of mwlwifi.

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commented Aug 23, 2018

I have a 1900ACS and started getting this message after flashing with the 2018-08-10 driver recently merged to openwrt trunk:

`kern.err kernel: [48650.605939] ieee80211 phy1: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out

kern.err kernel: [48650.611993] ieee80211 phy1: return code: 0x9101

kern.err kernel: [48650.616560] ieee80211 phy1: timeout: 0x1128

daemon.notice hostapd: nl80211: nl80211_recv_beacons->nl_recvmsgs failed: -5

daemon.notice hostapd: nl80211: nl80211_recv_beacons->nl_recvmsgs failed: -5`

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commented Aug 24, 2018

@b-h-l-c I suggest mentioning a specific driver version. "latest driver" is hard to track down once time passes.

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commented Aug 28, 2018

@b-h-l-c try with 18.06.1 It comes with 2018-06-15. You could test it to see if it works and then you could install over https://github.com/eduperez/mwlwifi_LEDE/releases eduperez binaries that nowadays are 2018-08-10, and see if the problem happens again with the openwrt's stable version and same mwlwifi version that give you problems.

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commented Aug 28, 2018

My parents have a WRT1900ACv2 : [ 0.000000] OF: fdt: Machine model: Linksys WRT1900ACv2

That was running a ~2015 vintage compile and I had set up a script that checked dmesg every 5 minutes for a wireless timeout and re-started the wireless. Since upgrading to 18.06.1 with driver 10.3.8.0-20180615 a couple of weeks ago I haven't seen so much as a blip (which is so very nice after 3 years of annoying "I've re-started the wireless" log e-mails).

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commented Oct 2, 2018

Similar story here. Running OpenWrt 18.06.1 r7258-5eb055306f on Linksys WRT1900ACS and getting occasional instability with kernel logs showing:

[916024.689469] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
[916024.695608] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[916024.700261] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
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commented Oct 3, 2018

I'm seeing this as well on Linksys WRT1900ACS using OpenWrt 18.06.1 r7258-5eb055306f. It doesn't seem to be related to load as it happened everyone is asleep and there's only ever 2 or 3 clients.

It begins with this error and then to timeouts in other commands.

[337831.240918] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9125=BAStream timed out

Does anyone know of a way to recover from this without rebooting? I tried to reset the pci devices by doing echo 1 > /sys/module/mwlwifi/drivers/pci\:mwlwifi/0000\:02\:00.0/remove. But that hung and eventually crashed the box.

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commented Oct 30, 2018

Please check to check 10.3.8.0-20181029.

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commented Oct 31, 2018

Not sure if this is related. Can post separately if so. But have been getting a bunch of kernel errors on the latest build 10.3.8.0-20181029. I have the the WRT1900ACv2

Wed Oct 31 14:36:38 2018 daemon.notice hostapd: wlan1: AP-STA-DISCONNECTED 08:e6:89:94:8f:ce
Wed Oct 31 14:36:38 2018 daemon.info hostapd: wlan1: STA 08:e6:89:94:8f:ce IEEE 802.11: disassociated due to inactivity
Wed Oct 31 14:36:42 2018 kern.err kernel: [148286.607872] ieee80211 phy1: cmd 0x9122=UpdateEncryption timed out
Wed Oct 31 14:36:42 2018 kern.err kernel: [148286.614084] ieee80211 phy1: return code: 0x1122
Wed Oct 31 14:36:42 2018 kern.err kernel: [148286.618740] ieee80211 phy1: timeout: 0x1122
Wed Oct 31 14:36:42 2018 kern.err kernel: [148286.623036] wlan1: failed to remove key (0, 08:e6:89:94:8f:ce) from hardware (-5)
Wed Oct 31 14:36:42 2018 daemon.info hostapd: wlan1: STA 08:e6:89:94:8f:ce IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity (timer DEAUTH/REMOVE)
Wed Oct 31 14:36:42 2018 kern.debug kernel: [148286.631066] ieee80211 phy1: MACREG_REG_INT_CODE: 0x0000
Wed Oct 31 14:36:46 2018 kern.err kernel: [148290.631780] ieee80211 phy1: cmd 0x9111=SetNewStation timed out
Wed Oct 31 14:36:46 2018 kern.err kernel: [148290.637743] ieee80211 phy1: return code: 0x1111
Wed Oct 31 14:36:46 2018 kern.err kernel: [148290.642378] ieee80211 phy1: timeout: 0x1111
Wed Oct 31 14:37:48 2018 daemon.notice hostapd: wlan1: AP-STA-DISCONNECTED 5c:1d:d9:d2:a0:47
Wed Oct 31 14:37:48 2018 daemon.info hostapd: wlan1: STA 5c:1d:d9:d2:a0:47 IEEE 802.11: disassociated due to inactivity
Wed Oct 31 14:37:48 2018 kern.debug kernel: [148352.174564] ieee80211 phy1: MACREG_REG_INT_CODE: 0x0000
Wed Oct 31 14:37:52 2018 kern.err kernel: [148356.174303] ieee80211 phy1: cmd 0x9122=UpdateEncryption timed out
Wed Oct 31 14:37:52 2018 kern.err kernel: [148356.180525] ieee80211 phy1: return code: 0x1122
Wed Oct 31 14:37:52 2018 kern.err kernel: [148356.185179] ieee80211 phy1: timeout: 0x1122
Wed Oct 31 14:37:52 2018 kern.err kernel: [148356.189474] wlan1: failed to remove key (0, 5c:1d:d9:d2:a0:47) from hardware (-5)

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commented Oct 31, 2018

Hi which router and what is the client?

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commented Oct 31, 2018

O sorry my bad. wrt1900ac-v2.

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commented Oct 31, 2018

I should say that when this happened three different devices lost their sessions. Laptops and apple mobile. Wifi “appeared” to still be up but couldn’t reach / ping The device. Connectivity resumed after a couple minutes

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commented Dec 11, 2018

Hi, I'm also running into the exact same problem. Was this resolved by installing the 10.3.8.0-20181029 version?

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commented Dec 16, 2018

On my WRT1900ACS with the Intel 8260, the November (and December) drivers resulted in an unusable 5Ghz connection. Maximum throughput was about 2Mbps (with peaks to 5-10Mbps), but as more apps get launched the connection will almost be completely unusable with not even pings going out. Opening web pages would then become an impossible task since most will timeout with either DNS resolution errors or just the request timing out completely.

Have reverted back to the driver dating 2018-10-29 and I am back to getting 300+Mbps on my 5Ghz... On dmesg I am getting quite a lot of messages regarding Start BA with my MAC address on it, so I am assuming this problem has something to do with block ACKs not completing properly or something the power saves not being implemented properly (since there are changes to U-APSD in the recent code changes)...

This is the commit I am on for the Makefile that does not have this issue:

PKG_SOURCE_URL:=https://github.com/kaloz/mwlwifi
PKG_SOURCE_PROTO:=git
PKG_SOURCE_DATE:=2018-10-29
PKG_SOURCE_VERSION:=382700ce5744fe80271c57a89c6589e767d91620
PKG_MIRROR_HASH:=7378b7d391aeec7a86b6548723911d21bc780ea84ceea858e910cc65a1d925c6

:~# opkg list | grep mwlwifi
kmod-mwlwifi - 4.14.88+2018-10-29-382700ce-1
mwlwifi-firmware-88w8864 - 2018-10-29-382700ce-1

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commented Jan 26, 2019

This is still happening as of the latest heads/openwrt-18.06 (6e16dd1) and the latest mwlwifi driver version at c1345bb on a WRT1900ACS:

root@OpenWrt:~# cat /etc/openwrt_*
DISTRIB_ID='OpenWrt'
DISTRIB_RELEASE='18.06-SNAPSHOT'
DISTRIB_REVISION='r7661-6e16dd1234'
DISTRIB_TARGET='mvebu/cortexa9'
DISTRIB_ARCH='arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3'
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION='OpenWrt 18.06-SNAPSHOT r7661-6e16dd1234'
DISTRIB_TAINTS='no-all'
r7661-6e16dd1234
root@OpenWrt:~# uname -a
Linux OpenWrt 4.14.94 #0 SMP Fri Jan 25 22:50:49 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux
root@OpenWrt:~# opkg list-installed | grep mwl
kmod-mwlwifi - 4.14.94+2018-12-10-c1345bb1-1
mwlwifi-firmware-88w8864 - 2018-12-10-c1345bb1-1
root@OpenWrt:~# opkg list-installed | grep kerne
kernel - 4.14.94-1-5086a162caff1cf7b1e225a117242df5

Wifi is unusable with either 2.4 Ghz or 5 Ghz. Here are the radio configs:

config wifi-device 'radio0'
        option type 'mac80211'
        option channel '36'
        option hwmode '11a'
        option path 'soc/soc:pcie/pci0000:00/0000:00:01.0/0000:01:00.0'
        option htmode 'VHT80'
        option disabled '0'
        option country 'GB'

config wifi-device 'radio1'
        option type 'mac80211'
        option channel '11'
        option hwmode '11n'
        option path 'soc/soc:pcie/pci0000:00/0000:00:02.0/0000:02:00.0'
        option htmode 'HT40-'
        option disabled '0'
        option country 'GB'

I don't see the same errors in the kernel logs, but some devices just keep disconnecting every minute or so (especially my Android phone).

I have the same problem with version 382700c mentioned by @swg0101, above.

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commented Jan 28, 2019

I can confirm @swg0101 observations after upgrading to a LEDE snapshot build with driver 10.3.8.0-20181210. After some time connected stations will stop being able to carry any traffic, and the kernel log is spammed with messages of the form Mac80211 start BA <macaddr>. One station in which I see drops in the interval of minutes is a TP-Link WDR4300 running the same LEDE snapshot in WDS mode, but others seem to exhibit the same issue after different periods.

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commented Feb 7, 2019

I can confirm this is still an issue as of today on the WRT1900ACS v2 with the latest heads/openwrt-18.06 (6e16dd1) mwlwifi c1345bb.

The 5Ghz card stops responding and the network disappears. The only solution is to reboot the router.
This seems to happen more frequently when under heavy load, but I am not sure it is related.

Can anyone mention a stable version of mwlwifi/openwrt so I can try track down the issue?

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commented Feb 7, 2019

Try removing ‘option country’ lines(both 2.4 and 5) completly and reboot.

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commented Feb 7, 2019

I heard deletion of country code line could help some issues. This is not obvious solution. Just my suggestion. :) But, who knows? So, I think worth to try :)

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commented Feb 7, 2019

Superstition and computers do not belong together :)

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commented Feb 7, 2019

Just an update from me: my issues were actually caused by ND relaying, which would cause Android to disconnect for whatever reason. Unfortunately, I had to take the reprehensible step of disabling IPv6 until I have time to debug it further. So may not be related to the issues the rest of you are seeing.

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commented Feb 7, 2019

@tbregolin What does "ND" stand for (in "ND relaying")? Thank you.

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commented Feb 7, 2019

Neighbour Discovery.

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commented Feb 8, 2019

So an update from me as well.
I have reasons to believe the issue brought forward by the OP has to do with this commit e5e0700 which shortens the MAX_WAIT_FW_COMPLETE_ITERATIONS pcie comm time and causes timeout issues.

I downgraded the mwlwifi-firmware package to a version preceding that commit, i.e. ec0adbf on the 18.06.2 OpenWRT stable and the WiFi has been working flawlessly both on the 2.4 and on the 5Ghz.

The next step would be actually compiling mwlwifi-firmware with that commit reverted and test the WiFi stability to prove that's indeed the cause of the issue.

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commented Feb 9, 2019

I can confirm that downgrading the mwlwifi-firmware package to version ec0adbf completely fixes the issue reported by many users in this thread, at least on my unit.

WiFi throughput is excellent, over > 500 Mbps (I am on an FTTH up to 1 Gbps). About 6-7 devices connected.

To be noted, perhaps, is the fact that DD-WRT (which I have tried briefly) uses that exact same firmware version and users report excellent performance and a stable connection.

More to follow once I actually recompile the firmware with MAX_WAIT_FW_COMPLETE_ITERATIONS set back to 10000 instead of 2000.

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commented Feb 17, 2019

I can confirm this is still an issue as of today on the WRT1900ACS v2 with the latest custom build from Davidc502.

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commented Feb 17, 2019

@ingamedeo Any update?

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commented Feb 22, 2019

I am also experiencing timeouts and poor stability on my WRT1900AC V1. My configuration consist of 2 SSIDs on the 2.4GHz wireless. The timeouts and poor stability is apparently triggered when 2 or more guests(Android cellphones) are connected. I have tried OpenWrt v18.06.1, v18.06.2 and the latest DD-WRT. I also downgraded to ec0adbf to no avail.

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commented Feb 22, 2019

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What about the factory firmware?

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commented Feb 22, 2019

Good question. I never tried it. Flashed OpenWrt as soon as I got the router about 1 month ago. Maybe, I should. Are you suggesting that I might get better results with stock firmware?

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commented Feb 22, 2019

@cowwoc It was related to the commit I was mentioning before. After reverting that commit and compiling the latest version I do not experience any issue anymore.

@SuoaJ Check the log messages, are they similar to the ones posted by the OP?

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commented Feb 22, 2019

@ingamedeo, I didn't observed these specific messages before, but now that you have mentioned it, I think I see something similar in my system and kernel logs, for example,

KERNEL LOG

[ 20.528096] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wlan0: link becomes ready
[ 20.534609] br-lan: port 3(wlan0) entered blocking state
[ 20.539940] br-lan: port 3(wlan0) entered forwarding state
[ 20.601909] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wlan0-1: link is not ready
[ 20.697022] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wlan0-1: link becomes ready
[ 2082.685205] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9101=SetApBeacon timed out
[ 2082.691010] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9136
[ 2082.695621] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1101
[ 2437.871201] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
[ 2437.877259] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[ 2437.881804] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
[77104.796473] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
[77104.802525] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[77104.807099] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
[126708.626648] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9101=SetApBeacon timed out
[126708.632471] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9136
[126708.637353] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1101
[157716.797139] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
[157716.803308] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[157716.808032] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
[157791.976000] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9125=BAStream timed out
[157791.981540] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[157791.986196] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1125
[166589.548330] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9101=SetApBeacon timed out
[166589.554142] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9136
[166589.558804] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1101
[172890.881186] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9101=SetApBeacon timed out
[172890.887436] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9136
[172890.892280] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1101
[340719.899916] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
[340719.906165] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[340719.910827] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
[340919.540463] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
[340919.546607] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
[340919.551238] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128


SYSTEM LOG

Thu Feb 21 20:00:27 2019 kern.err kernel: [340719.899916] ieee80211 phy0: cmd 0x9128=SetSpectrumMgmt timed out
Thu Feb 21 20:00:27 2019 kern.err kernel: [340719.906165] ieee80211 phy0: return code: 0x9101
Thu Feb 21 20:00:27 2019 kern.err kernel: [340719.910827] ieee80211 phy0: timeout: 0x1128
Thu Feb 21 20:00:27 2019 daemon.notice hostapd: nl80211: nl80211_recv_beacons->nl_recvmsgs failed: -5
Thu Feb 21 20:00:27 2019 daemon.notice hostapd: nl80211: nl80211_recv_beacons->nl_recvmsgs failed: -5

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commented Feb 22, 2019

look in the other thread and try to follow my advise and see what happens

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commented Feb 22, 2019

@BrainSlayer, which other thread? Thanks.

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commented Feb 22, 2019

Don't bother. Got the thread.

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commented Feb 22, 2019

Don't bother. Got the thread.

please share

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commented Feb 22, 2019

Click Here.

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commented May 3, 2019

Can anyone confirm if this has been fixed in 18.06.2 ?

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commented May 7, 2019

since the driver remains unmaintained and unchanged for this chipset for the last 2 years, nothing has been changed

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