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Mentor

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14 Messages

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 4:12 AM

PACE 11.1.0.531418 DMZ Issue

I put my router behind the PACE gateway and set the router as DMZ.  The latest firmware is crapping out my fiber connection where I'm only able to get 50mbps down and 1-200 up.   I thought it was my router crapping out, but apparently when I connect any other device directly to the gateway, I'm able to pull 940mbps up and down.  I swapped an older router and placed that device in the DMZ And it starts acting up and the previous router started working normally.

 

Can someone look into this?

Employee

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1 Message

5 years ago

I have the 11.4 update and only recently started have an issue with TCP Flooding, that is dropping connection to my contacts while we were playing peer-to-peer games, Prior to a few weeks ago, I was not having this trouble.

 

System Information

Manufacturer Pace Plc

Model 5268AC

Serial Numberxxxxxxxxxx

Hardware Version 260-2173300

Software Version 11.4.1.532484-att

First Use Date September 30, 2017

Current Date Wednesday, November 6, 2019...

 

info Nov 6 17:23:12 IN=br1 MAC=xxxx src=71.56.109.xxx DST=76.209.120.xxx LEN=52 TTL=52 PROTO=TCP DPT=1802 Accessing Pinhole
notice Nov 6 17:23:12 IN=br1 MAC=xxxx src=71.56.109.xxx DST=192.168.1.xxx LEN=52 TTL=51 PROTO=TCP DPT=1802 TCP flood

 

Mentor

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27 Messages

5 years ago

yup...

Tutor

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1 Message

5 years ago

When will this issue be resolved on the PACE 5268AC Router Gateway. I’m on firmware version 11.4 and still have the issue. 

Mentor

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27 Messages

5 years ago

We haven't seen an update in a long time. Our PACE 5268AC is still on 11.4.1.532484-att and all the DMZ issues persist.

ACE - Guru

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9.9K Messages

5 years ago

It seems like AT&T has stopped pushing 11.4 which usually indicates some sort of major issue.  Since 11.3 had some big problems of its own, some have resorted to installing 11.2 manually through the Pace's web UI.  Here's a link if you want to try that....

http://gateway.c01.sbcglobal.net/firmware/00D09E/11.2.1.531810-PROD/att-5268-11.2.1.531810_prod_lightspeed-install.pkgstream 

 

Normally this is an exercise in frustration because you "downgrade" only to have AT&T's system come along in short order and put you back on the bad firmware.  But people are reporting that they've been able to stay on 11.2 for weeks now so it may be worth a shot.

Teacher

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27 Messages

5 years ago

I thought everyone was still on 11.4.1.532484-att because that's the latest?

I'm still dropping calls with WiFi calling with 11.4. I had to turn it off
completely. 😕

ACE - Guru

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9.9K Messages

5 years ago

I've seen quite a few people online reporting that they never got 11.4.  That, coupled with the lack of AT&T pushing 11.4 back onto gateways that have been downgraded is what's causing us to believe AT&T has pulled it.

 

The wifi calling issue is the problem most people report with 11.4 so I'm not sure exactly what sort of DMZ issues @LACommunityCA  is having.  But 11.2 seems to be the last FW that was solid without any major issues.

Contributor

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7 Messages

5 years ago

I'm on 11.4 and DMZ+ has been working for me since it was pushed.   Speeds are back up and port forwarding that was not working well after the whole DMZ+ issue started, went back to normal (for me at least).   It sounds like this new firmware fixed things for some, like me, but not for all.    Hopefully the next rev won't break more than it fixes.   

ACE - Guru

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9.9K Messages

5 years ago

Hopefully the next rev won't break more than it fixes.

 

Everyone's a comedian.  🤣

Tutor

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5 Messages

5 years ago

I just checked and I'm still on 11.2. Should I go ahead and upgrade to 11.4? If so, how do I even do that?

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