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Network slowness after 3.22.8.0 upgrade (MikroTik)

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NA7RF
Network slowness after 3.22.8.0 upgrade (MikroTik)

Here is my setup:
Node: MikroTik hAP
Node: MikroTik LHG-5 Light Head

The LHG is connected to the MikroTik hAP on port 5
My home network is connected to the hAP on the Internet port (1).
I also have a RaspberryPi on port 2.
My hAP is also a tunnel server for 3 other nodes (until we can get our network built out more).

The hAP has a DHCP reservation from my home network.
The RaspberryPi has a DHCP reservation from the hAP.

I upgraded to 3.22.6.0 from 3.19.3.0.  After a few days, I upgraded to 3.22.8.0.  After the 3.22.8.0, I started to notice some problems with the network the hAP was providing.  The RaspberryPi was having problems connecting to the hAP node.  I also noticed the tunnels would drop off and the only way to get them to come back is to reboot the hAP.  The problem doesn't happen right away, but over a few hours/a couple of days.  I would have to say that because I don't access it every day, I don't know the interval....yet.  

When I try to ping the hAP node from the RaspberryPi, about 25% of the packets are lost.
When I try to ping the hAP node from my local network, I also see about 25% of the packets are lost.

When I use another 5G node and connect via remote, the LHG-5 also has problems communicating with the hAP.  When I telnet into it and ping the hAP, I also see the 25% packet loss.

I have downgraded both nodes firmware to 3.22.6.0.  Since the downgrade, I have not noticed any problems (yet).

I have seen some information about the network changing for the Ubiquiti (Rocket, I think) network port.  Not sure if this would have any relevance for the hAP.

If I missed any information, it was an oversight; I am trying to give as much of information as possible.

Has anyone seen similar symptoms with their 3.22.8.0?

Thanks and 73,
Matt
NA7RF

nc8q
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Mikrotik hAP slowness with 3.22.8.0

I have not noticed this.
My setup:
Mikrotik hAP with 3.22.8.0
Port 1 connected to my home network.
2.4 GHz RF AREDN connected to a GL iNet AR300M16 connected to a Grandstream GXP 1630.
Port 5 is DtD connected to a VLAN switch which provides a DtD connection to a
Ubiquiti: two loco M2s, a NanoBridge M9, a Bullet M2, a PowerBeam M5 400, and
a Mikrotik LHG HP5 XL, and
7 active tunnels.
My load average was 0.58, 0.44, 0.39
What is the load average on your hAP when you are losing packets?

gelmce@chuck-HP-Laptop:~$ mtr -w -c 9 nc8q-hap
Start: 2022-09-11T05:47:32-0400
HOST: chuck-HP-Laptop      Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
  1.|-- localnode.local.mesh  0.0%     9    1.0   1.0   1.0   1.1   0.0
  2.|-- NC8Q-hAP.local.mesh   0.0%     9   23.8  23.2  20.2  25.8   1.6
gelmce@chuck-HP-Laptop:~$

73, Chuck

 

NA7RF
Testing results

Thanks for the reply.  It has taken me some time to perform some tests. Thanks for the insight for the mtr command.  I hadn't used that one before.

Before the upgrade, I was getting thing the following.  Note, this is mtr to a node that is connected via DTD.

HOST: na7rf-pi                       Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
  1.|-- localnode.local.mesh            0.0%     9    1.9   1.5   1.3   1.9   0.2
  2.|-- NA7RF-WestPoint-MT5.local.mesh  0.0%     9    1.6   1.6   1.4   1.8   0.1


After the upgrade, I got similar numbers but then waited 24 hours.  Then I got the follwoing:

HOST: na7rf-pi             Loss%   Snt   Last   Avg  Best  Wrst StDev
  1.|-- localnode.local.mesh  0.0%     9    3.1   3.4   1.5   9.9   2.6
  2.|-- localnode.local.mesh 88.9%     9  3158. 3158. 3158. 3158.   0.0

I would say 3158 and 88.9% loss is really bad.

The DTD connection was so unstable that for the most part, packets couldn't get to the dish on the hours.

I have since downgraded to 3.22.6, which is the most stable for my hAP.  I will give another report after at least 24 hours.

73,
Matt
NA7RF

K5DLQ
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Have you tuned LQM (or

Have you tuned LQM (or disabled it to make it equivalent to 3.22.6.0)?

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