Mine has done this since day 1 and I've owned the AXE11000 since launch. Kasa isnt any help, worst part for me was I had the router plugged into one of these kasa power strips and the kasa device would reboot itself every day around 5AM cutting the power to all the outlets and resetting my router everyday. My only solution was to restrict their internet access, in my case I dont need to control the plugs outside the home, havent had connection issues or resetting since.
I dont understand why asus support isnt responsive with fixing these type of bugs... all they tell me is my hardware is defective. Yeah, my foot. Power users could provide genuinely valuable real world feedback for asus support but noooo
yeah this is unfortunate, the logs are clearly showing whats going on and kasa and asus dont respond to anything. Can you tell me how you restricted there access?
yeah this is unfortunate, the logs are clearly showing whats going on and kasa and asus dont respond to anything.
It appears your devices are on the 2.4 GHz network, can they use either 5 GHz or ethernet? Any Microwave ovens or wireless Phones around?
The reason for Deauthorizing is always the same, sending station is leaving or has left. This appears to happen around 1 minute apart, +/- 20 seconds.
When they are Deauthorized, they are Authorized again within 1 second.
Since the entire log you attached shows only the eth6 network, do you have any devices on eth7 or eth8 that might behave differently and show in the log?
Open your network map in the router settings, find the kasa devices giving you trouble, there should be a ON/OFF toggle to block internet access
Theres no toggle on that screen only the list