04-13-2019 11:03 AM - edited 04-13-2019 11:41 AM
My FIOS router was updated at 5am this morning to firmware version 02.02.00.14. As a result, my Roku could not connect to the 5GHz network. While trying to resolve that issue, I found another very concerning issue.
I found a ton of these entries (1 every 10 seconds) in the Advanced log file:
Apr 12 23:14:32 2019 user.err<11> lighttpd: (connections.c.1746) SSL: 1 -1 error:140E0197:SSL routines:SSL_shutdown:shutdown while in init
I do not know how long the router has had this issue. The issue may have started with a prior update.
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06-10-2019 12:29 PM
I am having the same issue, and the router stops working (cannot even ping it) several times a day. Talked to Verizon on the phone 3 times already, they keep insisting that it is some device on my network. I have not added or changed devices in a long time, I also think it is the update.
08-15-2019 09:00 PM - edited 08-15-2019 09:02 PM
Try a factory reset of the router to see if that resolves the lighttpd errors. Sometimes updates break software like this if files are left behind that aren't compatible with newer versions of the lighttpd binary.
For the 5Ghz issue, it's possible the router switched to a DFS channel, and your Roku does not support those 5Ghz channels. Some devices do not since the manufacturer opted not to pay for, or implement DFS/TPC certification and support.
This website is a helpful resource for checking to see what devices support DFS. DFS Channels are Channels 52 through 144. Some devices also do not support Channel 165, which can only be used if your router is in 20Mhz mode, which it is most likely not. https://sites.google.com/a/mikealbano.com/clients/home
Alternatively, you may want to try toggling the "Self Organizing Network" feature off or on if the problem is not with DFS channels.