03-21-2019 01:23 AM
04-25-2019 05:26 AM
I have an AC86U working as a primary router, and one AC68U connected as an AiMesh node. Firmware 126.96.36.199.384_45149 on both.
Configured separate SSIDs for 2.4GHz and 5GHz. The routers use 5GHz band for communication and signal strength between the two is in range -62 dB and -59 dB, surrounding 5GHz channels are pretty much clear, so there should be no interference with others.
- Ater a day or so, the connection between the two falls down to 2.4GHz and does not switch back to 5GHz until I reboot one of the routers.
- Ocasionally the node gets marked as Offline. The computers connected to the node loose connection to Internet, but I can still SSH to the router. Again, it has to be rebooted to get the connection back.
It annoys the hell out of me. Please, does anyone have a solution?
- Airtime Fairness: Disabled
- Multi-User MIMO: Enabled
- Explicit/802.11ac Beamforming: Enable
- Universal Beamforming: Disable
10-31-2019 07:47 PM
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11-25-2021 02:13 PM
11-27-2021 08:47 PM
I found this thread searching why my aimesh GT-AX11000 / RT-AX92U randomly drops the backhaul connection to 2.4ghz, even if 5ghz signal strength looks good.
On my side as well the only solution seem to be to reboot the node, so doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t look like issues are solved yetÃ‚*
11-29-2021 11:14 PM
11-30-2021 09:28 AM
Yeah.. all this is frustrating...
I'm trying something new at the moment that I read on another forum: I have deactivated anything to do with DFS channels. As I live not that far from a major UK airport, it's possible these come up and down depending on the time of the day and affect stability.
It's not ideal as that means loosing the 160MHz band as well, but at this stage I just want something stable over super fast.
It's Ãƒâ€š*been up just for few days for now, so too early to tell if that really changes something.