I updated Flint to 4.1.0 rel 2 from 3.x and lost home internet for hours from the ISP itself due to this. This is a very severe issue that gl-inet may want to look into.
My ISP is a gigabit fiber that uses an ONT with a limited DHCP capability. The ONT/fiber modem has a pretty strict number of DHCP requests for public IPs it will allow on a short period of time and once its DHCP table gets full it won’t handle any more internet public IPs for a long while. I have to call the ISP to remote reset the table, which took me hours because they were busy today.
The issue seems to be caused by Flint 4.1.0 upgrade from 3.x. At some point in the upgrade the router bridges all ports from LAN and WAN into the same net (maybe this is even happening on reboot?). This has the instant effect that all the devices in my LAN now are DCHPing into the ISP at once for a public internet IP. I have over 20+ devices on my LAN. ONT fills up its limited public IP table and locks up. Have to call ISP to unlock or maybe wait many hours?
Please take a look into this. Never had an issue with 3.x series
Flint V 4.1 release 2 from github
Memory started of at 72% 286Mb used(this is better then firmware 3.215 86% 322 Mb) and was stable for about a day then climbed to 94% 369MB. Just about 48hours the router stopped DNS request and crashed restarted back to 72% memory and working
I have WireguardVPN client working with policies, AdGuardHome doing DNS running full OISD list and SQM running.
is there a way I can check if my uboot is still working and not corrupt?
I’m unable to get it to run, plugged one cable in lan1 and powered the router gave my windows 11 pc a static ip to 192.168.1.2.
now I have tried it two ways:
if I power the router I first see a idle blue light, I have tried to press the pin 10 seconds on the flint but that does not work.
then when I waited until the breathing led (blue led breathing), and I then used 10 seconds pin press I do see the router led go black and turn on white for a few seconds, but then it goes back to blue idle light and then back to breathing.