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GT-AX11000 New Firmware Release Version 3.0.0.4.386.41700

D_McD_EMS_USMC
Level 7
New firmware released:

https://rog.asus.com/us/networking/rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-model/helpdesk_download/

1. AiMesh 2.0 - System optimization: one click in AiMesh to optimize the topology - System Ethernet backhaul mode, all nodes will only connect by ethernet, all bands will be released for wireless clients. - System factory default and reboot. - Client device reconnect, make the device to offline and online again. - Client device binding to specific AP. - Guest WiFi on all Mesh nodes (all node need to upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386 firmware) - Access nodes USB application. Connection priority and Ethernet backhaul mode introduction https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1044184 How to setup ASUS AiMesh or ZenWiFi Mesh Ethernet backhaul under different conditions https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1044151/

*2. New Family interface in ASUS router App. ASUS Router App for iOS must greater or equal to iOS v1.0.0.5.75 Android version greater or equal to v1.0.0.5.74

*3. The unit of the WiFi time scheduler goes to 1 minute.

*4. Support IPSec IKE v1 and IKE v2, and you can use the Windows 10 native VPN client program to connect to the router's IPSec VPN server. The Windows 10 new FAQ is in https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1033576

*5. 2.4 and 5G on the network map could be configured in the same tab.

*6. Captcha for login can be disabled in administration -> system.

*7. Printer server port can be disabled on the USB app page.

*8. Clients which connect to the guest network can be viewed in the network map -->view list --> interface

*9. Fix Lets encrypt not working properly. 10. Add IPTV supports for specific region.*
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Howie411
Level 7
D_McD_EMS_USMC wrote:
New firmware released:

https://rog.asus.com/us/networking/rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-model/helpdesk_download/

1. AiMesh 2.0 - System optimization: one click in AiMesh to optimize the topology - System Ethernet backhaul mode, all nodes will only connect by ethernet, all bands will be released for wireless clients. - System factory default and reboot. - Client device reconnect, make the device to offline and online again. - Client device binding to specific AP. - Guest WiFi on all Mesh nodes (all node need to upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386 firmware) - Access nodes USB application. Connection priority and Ethernet backhaul mode introduction https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1044184 How to setup ASUS AiMesh or ZenWiFi Mesh Ethernet backhaul under different conditions https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1044151/

*2. New Family interface in ASUS router App. ASUS Router App for iOS must greater or equal to iOS v1.0.0.5.75 Android version greater or equal to v1.0.0.5.74

*3. The unit of the WiFi time scheduler goes to 1 minute.

*4. Support IPSec IKE v1 and IKE v2, and you can use the Windows 10 native VPN client program to connect to the router's IPSec VPN server. The Windows 10 new FAQ is in https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1033576

*5. 2.4 and 5G on the network map could be configured in the same tab.

*6. Captcha for login can be disabled in administration -> system.

*7. Printer server port can be disabled on the USB app page.

*8. Clients which connect to the guest network can be viewed in the network map -->view list --> interface

*9. Fix Lets encrypt not working properly. 10. Add IPTV supports for specific region.*




I just tried this firmware and it totally broke my Sonos sound system which uses the 2.4ghz network. Had to revert to the previous version. Be warned. I just wasted over an hour having to re-setup my whole sound system.

Howie411 wrote:
I just tried this firmware and it totally broke my Sonos sound system which uses the 2.4ghz network. Had to revert to the previous version. Be warned. I just wasted over an hour having to re-setup my whole sound system.


I did the update & I have Sonos speakers through out my house & it all still works. Are you using the bridge with sonos-net or are you using your in house 2.4 GHz wireless network? Also are you using a single wifi ssid for 2.4 & 5GHz wireless?

Hi, good day. I encounter this issue with the following log after the latest firmware update;

Jan 20 22:11:58 kernel: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx not mesh client, can't update it's ip.

Samsung Note 20 ultra connected and the only device connected to the GT-AC53000 mesh node while this message appear. Anything I need to look up for. Thank you.

ahfoo wrote:
Hi, good day. I encounter this issue with the following log after the latest firmware update;

Jan 20 22:11:58 kernel: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx not mesh client, can't update it's ip.

Samsung Note 20 ultra connected and the only device connected to the GT-AC53000 mesh node while this message appear. Anything I need to look up for. Thank you.



I have Zen XT-8 mesh node connected to my AX-11000 and after the update for both, my mesh node was only able to connect to my NVIDIA shield Pro which was connected via ethernet port and the only other things that were able to connect wirelessly to that node were Samsung devices (on both 2.4ghz and 5Ghz network). Note: i have about 70+ various 2.4ghz and 5 ghz devices in total and normally around 30 connect to that node.

My backhaul from AX-11000 to the XT-8 is via ethernet cable so I was able to turn on ethernet backhaul mode in the AiMesh system settings and everything was able to connect again after rebooting.

I am running the latest firmware for both the AX-11000 (41700) and the XT-8 (26044). Not sure if this is how it is supposed to work but it seems to be ok for now.

Locoone wrote:
I did the update & I have Sonos speakers through out my house & it all still works. Are you using the bridge with sonos-net or are you using your in house 2.4 GHz wireless network? Also are you using a single wifi ssid for 2.4 & 5GHz wireless?



No Brdige, just 2.4 ghz for connecting to the SONOS devices. Have 2 separate 5ghz networks that didn't have any issues.

What are your settings for 2.4? Here are some pics of mine. 1st picture is the regular settings window & the next 2 are the professional settings menu. I hope this helps.

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Locoone wrote:
What are your settings for 2.4? Here are some pics of mine. 1st picture is the regular settings window & the next 2 are the professional settings menu. I hope this helps.

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So the other day I upgraded again and then did a full reset. I still lost the Sonos sub, but it at least allowed me to re-add it this time using the new firmware.

Howie411 wrote:
So the other day I upgraded again and then did a full reset. I still lost the Sonos sub, but it at least allowed me to re-add it this time using the new firmware.


Great to hear its working for you> Did you have to modify any of your 2.4 channel settings?

i get this alot

dnsmasq[3121]: Maximum number of concurrent DNS queries reached (max: 150)

and i always have to refresh the page cause sometimes it doenst load saying something about DNS problem