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=== There have been reports of pages loading slowly, and sometimes not at all when using the TG582N with iOS 10. ===
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== 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 resolve the issue, telnet in to your router as 'Adminstrator' and run the following commands:
 
 
   
 
To view the current setting status, from the telnet CLI do:
 
To view the current setting status, from the telnet CLI do:
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and you'll see:
 
and you'll see:
spoofing : disabled
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spoofing : enabled
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To resolve the issue, spoofing needs to be set to disabled. Telnet in to your router as 'Administrator' and run the following commands:
   
 
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Restart the router and retest.
   
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Configurations that AAISP generate from 2016-12-08 include this setting to disable WANDownSpoofing.
   
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Staff can issue the above fix for you if you are unsure.
 
Restart the router and retest.
 
 
''Staff can issue the above fix for you if you are unsure. Contact the Support team at support@aa.net.uk or on 03333 400 999.''
 
   
 
[[Category:Router TG582N|iOS 10 Page Loading Issues]]
 
[[Category:Router TG582N|iOS 10 Page Loading Issues]]

Latest revision as of 00:04, 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.