Difference between revisions of "Router - TG582N - iOS 10 & MacOS Sierra Page Loading Issues"

From AAISP Support Site
Jump to: navigation, search
[unchecked revision][unchecked revision]
m (There have been reports of pages loading slowly, and sometimes not at all when using the TG582N with iOS 10 and MacOS Sierra [when IPv6 is enabled].: clean up, typos fixed: Adminstrator → Administrator)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
=== There have been reports of pages loading slowly, and sometimes not at all when using the TG582N with iOS 10 and MacOS Sierra [when IPv6 is enabled]. ===
+
== There have been reports of pages loading slowly, and sometimes not at all when using the TG582N with iOS 10 and MacOS Sierra [when IPv6 is enabled]. ==
   
 
To view the current setting status, from the telnet CLI do:
 
To view the current setting status, from the telnet CLI do:
Line 7: Line 7:
 
spoofing : enabled
 
spoofing : enabled
   
To resolve the issue, spoofing needs to be set to disabled. Telnet in to your router as 'Adminstrator' and run the following commands:
+
To resolve the issue, spoofing needs to be set to disabled. Telnet in to your router as 'Administrator' and run the following commands:
   
 
<syntaxhighlight lang=shell>
 
<syntaxhighlight lang=shell>

Latest revision as of 01:04, 15 March 2017

There have been reports of pages loading slowly, and sometimes not at all when using the TG582N with iOS 10 and MacOS Sierra [when IPv6 is enabled].

To view the current setting status, from the telnet CLI do:

dns server config

and you'll see:

spoofing        : enabled

To resolve the issue, spoofing needs to be set to disabled. Telnet in to your router as 'Administrator' and run the following commands:

dns server config WANDownSpoofing=disabled
saveall

Restart the router and retest.

Configurations that AAISP generate from 2016-12-08 include this setting to disable WANDownSpoofing.

Staff can issue the above fix for you if you are unsure.