The WAN internet connection on my Wrvs4400n router about twice a day. I can't figure out what is causing it. I reboot the router and I get the internet back. I called Cisco support and the tech was helpful once bcause I am no longer in warrenty. He had me change the DNS addresses that I got from my ISP to the 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 public DNSs. That allowed internet again when it had quit But after some time the connection cut again. It SEEMs that it quit around 1PM every day. But after today's 1PM loss and reboot the connection quit again around 2:30PM.
I turned on logs and I am getting alot of the following msg -"eth0: received packet with own address as source address" and - "delete<00:13:CC:88:FF:AA> from ARL table" - and "Reply packet was to small. Ignoring reply from (dns address) and - unexpected server: (DNS address) -
Any help will be appreciated.
I did turn off IPS.
I would try the http one at least and anything above that would be at your discrection. But at least that one.
It shuts off to prevent any intrusion with that enabled. If there is a way of you possibly capturing packets and seeing what kind of activity is be captured then we might have a better feel of what is going on. But yeah if that is enabled if it senses any anomaly it will shut down the wan.