- TimeEvent-TypeLog LevelDetails
- Jun 2 00:09:22 2017lighttpderr<11>(mod_fastcgi.c.3405) response already sent out, but backend returned error on socket: unix:/tmp/router_api for /api?, terminating connectionJun 2 00:09:22 2017lighttpderr<11>(mod_fastcgi.c.2609) unexpected end-of-file (perhaps the fastcgi process died): pid: 0 socket: unix:/tmp/router_apiJun 1 15:01:21 2017bhr4err<11>System: size=12 converted=3Jun 1 15:01:16 2017bhr4err<11>System: size=12 converted=3
You have got to get out of that routers settings. Do you have the speed? Is the devices working? That is all that matters. Stop getting yourself all worked up. I noticed your other screen shot posting. Leave the router alone. If your file wall is on, and you see no problem accessing the net. All is well.
error messages are for system admins not consumers. I wish router and the like were manufactured locked so people would not mess with them. Maybe someday.
I think I will DUMP the Quantum Router everyday I see 30 to 50 hack attempts.
Speed Test is good but while I surf I notice speed bumps.
And my TV which uses more bandwidth has intermittant short breakdowns in video.
One last test before I dump the router is to replace the wire from their ONT box to my router. Maybe my wire is bad? OR maybe their ONT is bad?
So far I am very unhappy with the new Quantum Router.
My old "F" router did not have any problems.
It looks like Hack attempts and when I google the source Numbers many of them are not identifiable.
ANOTHER crazy idea would be to lower my firewall with an older lap loaded with Kali and let the hacker in so I can see their ID and then raise my firewall.
But, I do not like to play games.
Changing routers won't change the number or type of events unless the new router doesn't have ports open that the old router did.