Hello Having issue with my Asus tuf 5400 router. The wan lease time is fixed at 5 minutes, I don't know if this is dues to my ISP, I have a service requests with them too, but just wanted to know if there was a way of setting this higher in the router. I get consistent drop outs and have to manually go back into the router and reset wan link.
WAN IP lease time being designated by ISP is the same with how your DHCP issue LAN Ip address to the user and you can control. But WAN IP it all depend on your ISP. But 5 mins lease time far too short in my opinion.
I have been told by my ISP that 5 minutes is the lease.time for the network I am on. I dont think this is right somehow. Can anyone here also please check out their WAN lease time to confirm that the router is not the issue here. If someone else has a lease time longer than 5 minutes then I know the router is not at fault. Also if anyone has Gigaclear in UK can they also check their router, WAN lease time. Thanks
I have a ticket with the ISP too, they are looking into it but the only response I get from them is "this is normal". I cannot believe this as I am on fiber BB from a large supplier, all of my other BB suppliers give at least 8hrs, no reason why this should be any different!!!
Is there an API that I can use to control the router incase it goes down again. I have a server I can periodically test and then reboot the WAN connection if it drops!