[FS#3897] odhcp is not assigning lease times as specified in static leases

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Tue Jun 22 22:47:42 PDT 2021


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User who did this - Charles JC (CharlesJC) 

Attached to Project - OpenWrt/LEDE Project
Summary - odhcp is not assigning lease times as specified in static leases
Task Type - Bug Report
Category - Base system
Status - Unconfirmed
Assigned To - 
Operating System - All
Severity - Low
Priority - Very Low
Reported Version - openwrt-21.02
Due in Version - Undecided
Due Date - Undecided
Details -   * TP-Link Archer C2600
  * OpenWRT 21.02-RC3

>From boot, ipv6 leases are mostly assigned with leases of 1 hour. Occasionally leases of 14 days (as specified in Static Leases), and occasionally leases of 30 minutes and occasionally no leases (or leases expire and are not renewed).

What debugging / logging steps can I take to better pin down this issue?

I suspect that this is related to, or causes, occasional long stalls when opening new web pages, reported at [[https://forum.openwrt.org/t/frequent-stalls-on-21-02-rc3-possible-cause-is-dhcpv6/99761|the OpenWRT forum]]

In an initial effort to debug, I stopped odhcp and then started it on the command line with -l 7. The only logging that looked like a possible error are occasional sequences similar to this:
odhcpd[8869]: Received 123 Bytes from fe80::215:5dff:fe01:aa0f%lan at br-lan
odhcpd[8869]: Got a DHCPv6-request on lan
odhcpd[8869]: DHCPV6 REBIND IA_NA from 00020000ab113cca95908581f184 on lan: ok 2401:xxxx:xxxx:7bf7::ffff:253/128 fda6:3ce8:c11::ffff:253/128
odhcpd[8869]: Sending a DHCPv6-reply on lan
odhcpd[8869]: Sent 172 bytes to fe80::215:5dff:fe01:aa0f%lan at br-lan
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odhcpd[8869]: Netlink newneigh 2401:xxxx:xxxx:7bf7::aaaa:aaaa on lan

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