MT3000 Keeps disconnecting on Repeater

I keep receiving this error on multiple different networks in repeater mode. “The interface is connected, but the Internet can’t be accessed”.

Version 4.4.6 release2

I tried turning off/on “enable internet status tracking” under repeater with no luck. Only difference is no error code when “off” but still a disconnect in internet.

Thu Dec 28 15:28:08 2023 user.info mwan3track[18263]: Lost 13 ping(s) on interface wwan (apclix0)
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.warn kernel: [ 1774.231941] 7981@C01L2,wifi_sys_disconn_act() 1002:  wdev_idx=2
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.238672] 7981@C08L3,hw_ctrl_flow_v2_disconnt_act() 172: wdev_idx=2
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.warn kernel: [ 1774.245840] 7981@C13L2,MacTableDeleteEntry() 1793: Del Sta:64:49:7d:d2:5f:19
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.253044] 7981@C08L3,ap_peer_deauth_action() 429: AUTH - receive DE-AUTH(seq-15) from 64:49:7d:d2:5f:19, reason=1
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.464632] 7981@C08L3,ap_peer_auth_req_at_idle_action() 717: AUTH - MBSS(2), Rcv AUTH seq#1, Alg=0, Status=0 from [wcid=1023]64:49:7d:d2:5f:19
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.debug kernel: [ 1774.477612] entrytb_aid_aquire(): found non-occupied aid:5, allocated from:4
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.warn kernel: [ 1774.484679] 7981@C13L2,MacTableInsertEntry() 1537: New Sta:64:49:7d:d2:5f:19
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.493272] 7981@C08L3,ap_cmm_peer_assoc_req_action() 1647:  Recv Assoc from STA - 64:49:7d:d2:5f:19
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.502626] 7981@C08L3,ap_cmm_peer_assoc_req_action() 2170: ReASSOC Send ReASSOC response (Status=0)...
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.512168] 7981@C01L3,wifi_sys_conn_act() 1115: wdev idx = 2
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.518376] 7981@C08L3,hw_ctrl_flow_v2_connt_act() 215: wdev_idx=2
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.640043] 7981@C15L3,WPABuildPairMsg1() 5280: <=== send Msg1 of 4-way
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.646712] 7981@C15L3,PeerPairMsg2Action() 6202: ===>Receive msg 2
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.653475] 7981@C15L3,WPABuildPairMsg3() 5557: <=== send Msg3 of 4-way
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.notice kernel: [ 1774.660145] 7981@C15L3,PeerPairMsg4Action() 6632: ===>Receive msg 4
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 daemon.info dnsmasq-dhcp[7280]: DHCPREQUEST(br-lan) 192.168.8.206 64:49:7d:d2:5f:19
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 daemon.info dnsmasq-dhcp[7280]: DHCPACK(br-lan) 192.168.8.206 64:49:7d:d2:5f:19 USPRO-L-TB
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.warn kernel: [ 1774.671897] 7981@C15L2,PeerPairMsg4Action() 6994: AP SETKEYS DONE(rax0) - AKMMap=WPA2PSK, PairwiseCipher=AES, GroupCipher=AES, wcid=2 from 64:49:7d:d2:5f:19
Thu Dec 28 15:28:14 2023 kern.warn kernel: [ 1774.671897]
Thu Dec 28 15:28:57 2023 user.info mwan3track[18263]: Lost 12 ping(s) on interface wwan (apclix0)
Thu Dec 28 15:29:39 2023 user.info mwan3track[18263]: Lost 11 ping(s) on interface wwan (apclix0)

hi,
Could you upgrade to the latest beta version 4.5.0? GL.iNet download center
It has been tested for a lot and will be published as stable version soon. In this version ,mwan3
has been replaced with glinet kmwan, which makes it more easy to follow up network tracking issues

I updated to the beta version you recommended and I have a much more stable connection. Thank you!