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    Asus RT-AC86U keeps changing 5GHz Channel

    you have to look at wifi traffic around you - there are some great free tools online for your pc/phone/tablet. Also if you live near an airport or satellite tracking station you might see channel hopping. And you can also set your channel manually with 20/40/80 (instead of 40/80 in the picture)...
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    Need Modem: Xfinity: 1Gb/s speed tier because no one watches TV anyway in my home..

    forgot to add: some people live in areas that do not have the monthly cap. You may be one of those people. (North-East coast States I think)
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    RT-AC68u WLAN<->WAN routing performance

    also, check Advanced Settings > Wireless > Site Survey, to see if you are fighting an uphill battle. (also download/compare with a wifi survey on your phone/tablet as you move throughout the home.)
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    Is my Asus RT-AC68U Bricked or just need a jiggle?

    what you described sounds like the router is working. you didn't mention if you actually tried to connect to it by ethernet or wireless to verify. I would not rely solely on the LEDs.
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    "Hiccups" every 10 minutes on Asuswrt-merlin (RT-AC1900P with AC68U firmware)

    also, just found a post from L&LD which might be a consideration: "Bluetooth and Wi-Fi issues are among the problems with the latest cumulative update for Windows 10"
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    "Hiccups" every 10 minutes on Asuswrt-merlin (RT-AC1900P with AC68U firmware)

    you did great homework however you don't say if zoom was over wireless/ethernet or what else is running on the router, or if there is a HDD/USB attached. Since things are very consistent it should be easier to track the source using the log file and/or looking for cpu spikes every 10 minutes on...
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    Merlin Contributions

    o.m.f.g. this made my blood boil.
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    Asus RT-AX88U, auto shutdown, after days with without stable WAN (Merlin)

    How is the AC connection on both ends, where it plugs into the router and the power strip/wall ? Are they loose or maybe you bumped them ?
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    Laggy 5ghz band Rt-ax88u

    Click on Wireless then Site Survey tab. You can find a channel with least interference and try again. Also, check this post for good settings: https://www.snbforums.com/threads/best-setup-for-the-asus-rt-ac68u-actualized-to-2019.55684/#post-473602
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    WIFI Driver Version

    I looked on my AC68U and that number also matched the log file for a Broadcom wireless version number, so I would say yeah you could compare both firmwares and see if it changes. Although, the version number doesn't necessarily have to change because sometimes Merlin will re-use/merge older...
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    RT-AC66U B1 Won't Resolve Certain Websites

    I hope this does not sound rude :) but c'mon you give no additional info so it could be anything. I mean you don't mention log file, additional scripts, any Asus/Trend software, temperature, free mem/flash, sunspots, lightning, gamma ray burst, anything... questions like this make me wonder...
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    RT-AC68U NVRAM Low Warning

    https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin.ng/wiki/User-scripts#creating-scripts
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    Help needed - Log full of strange records

    according to this, MAC b0:6e:bf belongs to ASUSTek COMPUTER INC https://hwaddress.com/oui-iab/B0-6E-BF/
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    IPv6 Setup with Comcast/Xfinity

    by the time you get back there will be some Asus-Merlin gurus pop in here for assistance. :) I still think its a firmware issue but maybe they will have another idea. best of luck to you.
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    IPv6 Setup with Comcast/Xfinity

    webui you can also do it from Putty ssh but this may be easier
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