Network service detection keeps showing that WAN1 is down every so often and it is not. I was running 4.2.2.08 and upgraded to the latest 18.104.22.168 and it still has the same issue. It is disconnecting our voip phones and other other connected software outside of our network. Has anyone else heard of an issues like this?
This is a remote office having the issues, I am now pinging the gateway the router is connected to in order to see any drops before our router. I am doing this from my main office. On the remote office router that has the issues, I did have NSD set to 4 for retry count and 5 for retry timeout. These settings were below the defaults, which I think caused an issue so I put them back to 5 and 5, which are the defaults. It seemed to behave better after making the change and ran with no NSD errors for a few days or so. However, I saw a WAN down again yesterday. I was using 22.214.171.124 to ping and changed it to opendns servers. I did this because I know I had issues in a different location using 126.96.36.199, which was unreliable. So instead of using google dns servers to ping I am going to see how opendns servers work. When I did have retries set to 4 and 5 for retry timeouts, I would have around 4-5 disconnections a day. Still hard to believe 188.8.131.52 would be down for 25 seconds though, but again, 184.108.40.206 became unreliable for NSD on another device so who knows.
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