I never get to see exactly how much uptime it is, but about approximately a month of uptime, all clients, including windows, mac, ps3 (wired through powerline) and my printer refuse to connect to my RT-N16. They see the SSID and everything, they just say the connection attempt timed out. Anyone having a similar problem?
Not sure what 'approximately' is, but I'm pretty close and have seen no such issue:
cerberus:~# uptime 08:12:59 up 31 days, 1:57, load average: 1.02, 0.76, 0.70
You mentioned the PS3 is wired - what does that have to do with SSID?
My Tomato utilities site: http://multics.minidns.net/blog/articles/tomato_utilities
My RT-N16 has no problem at all.
Tomato v1.28.9054 MIPSR2-beta K26 USB vpn3.6 root@RTN16:/tmp/home/root# uptime 17:27:02 up 89 days, 1:54, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
I am experiencing similar issue. In my case rebooting did not solve the issue. How about your router?
@Rodney Hester I mentioned the SSID just to show that the wireless signal is bring broadcast during the time clients refuse to connect. But I now see how that is redundant.. haha. Anyways.. approximately one month, it could be upwards of 1 and a half months.. ive never seen the exact uptime since it will not connect to the router to confirm it. @Onehomelist, Unplugging the router for 30s and reconnecting does fix the problem, until another month is up. Then bam, clients refuse to connect again. I guess it would be worth mentioning im using TomatoUSB EXT version, not VPN as @cchen uses. I dont know if that makes a difference.
Did you try to reflash the router?
Yes I already have twice. No luck..
I haven't noticed a problem. Running: Tomato Firmware v1.28.7440 MIPSR2-Toastman E3000 USB Ext, at least until I load the latest Toastman build, real soon now.
15:40:56 up 6 days, 7:52, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
Of course, I try to reboot the router every month, whether it needs it or not….