That fucking last line.
That line that causes my wireless bridge to fail. Of course, that's probably because of the flaky firmware. The new WDR4300 is really giving my a headache. Even after the latest update if I stress the link too much for a long period of time, it will fuck up somehow.
So far it seems like my uTorrent is the one sending out way too much traffic. After limiting the halfopen TCP connections the link hasn't dropped since 2 hours ago.
I've Google-ed quite a bit and there seems to be a lot of people having the same issue. There doesn't seem to be a solution except for rebooting, and updating to a firmware that works well for them. So I'm just waiting patiently for the magic software that solves all my problems. I wanted to write a script that automatically reboots when it detects that stupid line. Of course, I'm no where smart enough to do that.
Oh, I'm trying to download One Piece. The encoder managed to compress all the files into 40~60mb. Sure, it's just web quality but since the alternative is to watch online, I guess this is alright. Thanks to that awesome compression, the total size is only 27.8GB. (on going)
Alright, and since I'm starting to do so much network-ish stuff, I decided to monitor my bandwidth usage for my laptop. Not just the internet but the total up and down, including the local network. (mostly from my NAS)
6 days and 65GB has entered or leaved my computer. That's 65 billion 1s and 0s. Oh, and the 1GB is from 12am. It has been 18mins since. Thanks to the torrent of course.
Now, all I have to figure out is,
Why am I unable to access the router when I use a LAN pass-through to make it function like an AP? I have already point the DHCP server to the right place and all the settings are right, I am able to access the internet and such but not the device itself. It is extremely puzzling as I had the same problem with implementing WDS the other time. Hopefully I am able to figure it out sooner rather than later. Argh, here's the frustrated Lord signing off.
if bit is 1/0 then i byte should have 8 bits. so 65GB should be 65*8 billion 1s and 0s... lolll...
dude, you really look for the small things LOL. but yeah you're right. Please solve the bigger problem instead =/
hahaha... just helping the lord to take note of the little geeky mistakes..