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      SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      Hi All – I have experienced the battery drain issue on upgrade to ios 5.1.1, which was also the day I went to Sky Fibre! I used the ios upgrade as a speed test - I was mighty impressed. However now I have a new issue.

      Like many on the Apple Support forums I have tried ALL suggestions to resolve this issue, none of them have resolved the problem that Apple owners seem to be experiencing, it’s not in our minds as some suggest. My iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS are working a treat under 5.1.1, in fact I believe the 3GS is running better than under 4.3.x.
      However I do think I have tracked the problem down, which I will document here, but first a list of the things I’ve tried:


      • - Fully discharge battery to <5% and then back to 100% and leave charging for 3 hours after
      • - Turn off all notifications
      • - Turn off all location services
      • - Turn down brightness, turn off 3G, Reset ALL Settings, Reset All Network Settings etc.
      • - Turn off ALL iCloud services (effectively delete the account)
      • - Reconfigure email account to ‘MANUAL Fetch’ only
      • - Factory restore to fresh 5.1.1 from within iTunes and then restore from back-up


      The only thing that stops the battery discharging at around 5% every 8 hours is turning off Wi-Fi during standby mode. Prior to 5.1.1 the iPad would drain maybe 1% every 24 hours in standby mode with Wi-Fi on, but that was a Netgear Sky router.

      Puzzled by this I did some research to understand what the iPad is doing whilst in standby mode with Wi-Fi on, so below is a trace from the iPad system log so that hopefully someone can look at this , identify the issue and hopefully fix it in a future ios 5.1.x release or a new SAGEM 2504n router firmware:

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - CommCenter [56] (Notice): Telling CSI to go low power.

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): virtual void AppleRGBOUT::do_power_state_change(): fSoft: 0 fHard: 0 swapBusy: 0 fController: 0 -> 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateWillChangeToGated(): cap 0x18000, stateNum 0, dev 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOffSystem() : Powering Off and sleeping

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOff(): fStateFlags(34a22)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBCableDisconnect

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Unicast IP filter enabled

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Enabled WOMP filter 0 (ID=103)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Enabled WOMP filter 1 (ID=104)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Enabled the '!ICMP' packet filter

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLAN Sleeping on BSS: @ 0xc0e90800, BSSID = 4c:17:eb:55:b6:eb, rssi = -57, rate = 54 (100%), channel = 11, encryption = 0x8, ap = 1, failures = 0, age = 34, ssid[ 9] = "SKY67278"

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOff(): Associated & WoW enabled, WiFi will remain up

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceSdioowerOff(): fStateFlags(0000002f)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateDidChangeToGated(): stateNum 0, pol 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:43 - kernel [0] (Debug): (null)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - CommCenter [56] (Notice): Telling CSI to exit low power.

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): pmu wake events: wlan

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): virtual void AppleRGBOUT::do_power_state_change(): fSoft: 0 fHard: 1 swapBusy: 0 fController: 0 -> 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBCableDisconnect

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateWillChangeToGated(): cap 0x8002, stateNum 1, dev 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateDidChangeToGated(): stateNum 1, pol 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOnSystem() : Powering On

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOn(): stateFlags(24a23)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceSdioowerOn()

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOn(): Tearing down WoW mode

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): [9395.720807416]: AppleBCMWLANCore::systemWokenByWiFi(): Wake reason = wlan

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::handleDataPacket(): Wake up packet received: Data

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): Wakeup Packet: 40500428A49D4C18EB55B6DA08004500004e000040004011b9 48c0a80001c0a80005d3880089003 a67ef03e90000000100000000000020434b414141414141414 141414141414141414141414141414 1414141414141410000210001 (92 bytes)

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLAN Woke on same BSS: @ 0xc0e90800, BSSID = 4c:17:eb:55:b6:eb, rssi = -60, rate = 54 (100%), channel = 11, encryption = 0x8, ap = 1, failures = 0, age = 34, ssid[ 9] = "SKY67278"

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedExit(): Disabled the '!ICMP' packet filter

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedExit(): Disabled the '!ICMP' packet filter

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedExit(): Disabled packet filters

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): en0: BSSID changed to 4c:17:eb:55:b6:eb

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleD1946PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableDetect 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleD1946PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableType Detached

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBCableDisconnect

      3 Jun 2012 12:02:09 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBaseband::resetDetectInterrupt with 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - CommCenter [56] (Notice): Telling CSI to go low power.

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): virtual void AppleRGBOUT::do_power_state_change(): fSoft: 0 fHard: 0 swapBusy: 0 fController: 0 -> 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateWillChangeToGated(): cap 0x18000, stateNum 0, dev 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOffSystem() : Powering Off and sleeping

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOff(): fStateFlags(34a22)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBCableDisconnect

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Unicast IP filter enabled

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Enabled WOMP filter 0 (ID=103)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Enabled WOMP filter 1 (ID=104)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedEntry(): Enabled the '!ICMP' packet filter

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLAN Sleeping on BSS: @ 0xc0e90800, BSSID = 4c:17:eb:55:b6:eb, rssi = -59, rate = 54 (100%), channel = 11, encryption = 0x8, ap = 1, failures = 0, age = 34, ssid[ 9] = "SKY67278"

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOff(): Associated & WoW enabled, WiFi will remain up

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceSdioowerOff(): fStateFlags(0000002f)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateDidChangeToGated(): stateNum 0, pol 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:58 - kernel [0] (Debug): (null)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - CommCenter [56] (Notice): Telling CSI to exit low power.

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): pmu wake events: wlan

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): virtual void AppleRGBOUT::do_power_state_change(): fSoft: 0 fHard: 1 swapBusy: 0 fController: 0 -> 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBCableDisconnect

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateWillChangeToGated(): cap 0x8002, stateNum 1, dev 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerStateDidChangeToGated(): stateNum 1, pol 0xc0a6a800 (this 1, provider 0)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOnSystem() : Powering On

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOn(): stateFlags(24a23)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANBusInterfaceSdioowerOn()

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCoreowerOn(): Tearing down WoW mode

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): [9360.861496125]: AppleBCMWLANCore::systemWokenByWiFi(): Wake reason = wlan

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::handleDataPacket(): Wake up packet received: Data

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): Wakeup Packet: 40500428A49D4C18EB55B6DA08004500004e000040004011b9 48c0a80001c0a80005a9a50089003 a91d203e90000000100000000000020434b414141414141414 141414141414141414141414141414 1414141414141410000210001 (92 bytes)

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLAN Woke on same BSS: @ 0xc0e90800, BSSID = 4c:17:eb:55:b6:eb, rssi = -61, rate = 54 (100%), channel = 11, encryption = 0x8, ap = 1, failures = 0, age = 34, ssid[ 9] = "SKY67278"

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedExit(): Disabled the '!ICMP' packet filter

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedExit(): Disabled the '!ICMP' packet filter

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBCMWLANCore::configureWoWAssociatedExit(): Disabled packet filters

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): en0: BSSID changed to 4c:17:eb:55:b6:eb

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleD1946PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableDetect 0

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleD1946PMUPowerSource: AppleUSBCableType Detached

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleSynopsysOTGDevice::handleUSBCableDisconnect

      3 Jun 2012 12:01:24 - kernel [0] (Debug): AppleBaseband::resetDetectInterrupt with 0


      These repeating messages appear approx every 30 seconds, the wakeup packet contains the MAC addresses for my router and iPad, so one of them is misbehaving. This may be to do with how these have been implemented:

      Wake-on-LAN - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Bonjour Sleep Proxy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      Either way I believe this is the source of the power drain issue whilst in standby with Wi-Fi turned on, perhaps this could be a router issue and that is why the issue not hitting everyone post ios 5.1.1 upgrade as they don't all have the same routers?


      All the best.


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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      This has been raised previously on the forum and I think the solution was to turn off the WiFi on the iPad when it is not being used.

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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      Quote Originally Posted by PappySweetPeaSpud View Post
      Hi All – I have experienced the battery drain issue on upgrade to ios 5.1.1, which was also the day I went to Sky Fibre!

      I have also noticed a marked increase in the rate of power drain on my iPhone 3GS when in standby state with wi-fi on since upgrading to Sky Fibre and replacing my original Sky Netgear router with the Sagem 2504n.

      A bit odd really because I don't use the wi-fi on the router! I have a separate wireless access point that links back to the router via powerline ethernet.

      My initial suspicion was a failing battery, but the power drain ceased with wi-fi off when at home.

      So my next suspect was the Sagen 2504n router. I was thinking it was maybe something to do with the DHCP server on the router? Anyway your information is really useful to me!

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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      Quote Originally Posted by Isitme View Post
      This has been raised previously on the forum and I think the solution was to turn off the WiFi on the iPad when it is not being used.
      Yes that is a solution, but it's interesting to note that it wasn't previously a problem for me with the old Sky Netgear router prior to getting the Sagem 2504n on upgrade to SFU. I always used to leave wi-fi on and battery drain was not a big issue. It is now, so something's changed that is outside my control.
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      Quote Originally Posted by speedyrite View Post
      Yes that is a solution, but it's interesting to note that it wasn't previously a problem for me with the old Sky Netgear router prior to getting the Sagem 2504n on upgrade to SFU. I always used to leave wi-fi on and battery drain was not a big issue. It is now, so something's changed that is outside my control.
      Have you tried turning off wireless sync in iTunes for your iPhone. I did this and my battery life increased but have noticed that over the last few weeks it has been draining a bit faster but nowhere near as much as before i turn off wireless sync. Give it a go

      I have everything else on I.e notifications, location services, iCloud, wifi and 2 push exchange email accounts.

      Strange thing is though my iPad doesn't suffer with this and wireless sync is on along with everything else.

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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      I wonder if owners of other tablets are noticing anything, or is just the Apple products.

      If you don't use it you could also try disabling UPnP on the router.

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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      A bit odd really because I don't use the wi-fi on the router!
      Do you have the wireless disabled? If you do it must be connecting to your other router, which suggests it may be a problem with the latest Apple firmware. Anything about this on the Apple forums?

      I have moved this to the Mac section which is probably the better place for it as it just effects Apple equipment.

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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      Yes, wireless is disabled on the 2504n.

      I'm not sure it's an iOS problem - definitely did not have this problem when I was using the Sky Netgear V1 router that I had to replace with the 2504n when I upgraded to SFU!

      Interestingly, the devices connected to my WAP show are listed on the 2504n summary page and the list of attached devices as being connected "wired". Again, this was definitely not the case with the Sky Netgear V1 router (in fact, wireless devices didn't appear to be listed as attached when in standby).


      Update:
      Just checked iOS release dates, 5.1 was 07/03/2012 and 5.1.1 was 07/05/2012. I installed updates about a day later.
      My SFU installation date was 27/04/2012. Sky Netgear V1 router was replaced by the 2504n.
      I noticed the battery drain problem the night of the SFU installation.
      Hence my suspicions about the router - because that's the only thing that changed at the time when the problem was first noticed!
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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      Well I guess it must be an iOS issue because I don't have any problems with my HP Touchpad in webOS or Android

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      Re: SAGEM 2504n transmitting frequent Wakeup / Wakeon Lan packets to iPad?

      Quote Originally Posted by AdamLC View Post
      Well I guess it must be an iOS issue because I don't have any problems with my HP Touchpad in webOS or Android
      Are you using the Sky Fibre version of the 2504n router? I've only been seeing this problem since the date of changing my router from the Sky Netgear V1 to the Sky Fibre version of the 2504n router.
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