Vectoring Problems Lantiq FRITZ!Box 3370


#1

Hello everybody,
The following issues crop up in my OpenWrt SNAPSHOT r9438-9bf63d0:

  • No connection via network-cable possible (occurred suddenly after a reboot, LAN LED is not on, connection icon in XFCE appears shortly then shows no network, even static address allocation does not help, via W-Lan I get an address via DHCP)

  • hidden WiFi is only found after a long wait although it is stored (ArchLinux XFCE4)


#2

If you roll back to previous version, do the problems still exist?


#3

And again as if by magic, it works. :face_with_raised_eyebrow: :slightly_smiling_face:

Now I only have the following problem:
On a Telekom VDSL 50 Mbit/s connection, only ~ 18 arrived.
The problem quickly came out of the lack of vectoring support of the lantiq modem. I then extracted a firmware from here (5.6.8.6.1.7-5.6.7.A.1.2). Thus, the 50 Mbit/s are almost on, but only for about 30 sec., Then breaks off the connection and reconnects. This process happens in continuous loop.

What does it matter?
dsl


#4

Have you try an other ModemFW ?
Have you try the ModemFW trouht /tmp and add the "options firmware /PathToFW" inside your network config ?


#5

Thank you for answering.

No, I don't know which one. How could I get the original 3370 fw without the unsquashfs4-avm-be
I've copied the fw to /lib/firmware/ and linked it in the /etc/config/network dsl section.


#6

Using the modemfirmware from the Netgear DM200 solved my Problem.
v 5.7.6.A.0.7-5.7.1.C.0.2

Now I get more power than assured. :star_struck:


#7

It is a littelbit complex, because AVM use there own squashfs4 format.
I have build an Freetz image first (it build on an VM (32bit ubuntu or so)) and i extract the ready 32bit unsquashfs4-avm-be binary and use them with multilibs on an 64bit linux.