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    ASUS Wireless - AI-Mesh BIND feature

    Exactly what I did mate. Static PCs. Printers. Sky Boxes. That kinda thing. They had a strange habit of connecting to the basement and loft nodes. And thus using bandwidth on the backhaul. Now statically bound to the main router without issues. Stopped raining and even got done gardening done...
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    ASUS Wireless - AI-Mesh BIND feature

    I’ve use the bind feature and it works as far as I can see. For devices in my house that sit somewhere between nodes I’ve used the bind feature. I’ve not had any problems with it. However my house isn’t big enough to completely lose “sight” of the node I’m bound too so I’m still curious to know...
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    AiMesh with Mixed official and Merlin's firmware

    Hi mate Not sure if this helps but I run my AX88u on stock, and my two AX56u on Merlin Why!!!! Well, the stock 56U code isn't out for .386 yet on the ASUS website and I couldn't get them to work on .384 (Latest stock) So my setup is AX88U ----- Stock ----- RT-AX88U_3.0.0.4_386 AX56U x2...
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    ASUS Wireless - AI-Mesh BIND feature

    Chaps This should be a quick one / I've searched the ASUS website and SNB but couldn't find the answer. So my laptop sits somewhere (in terms of -dbm) between the AIMesh Router and Node. I run Wireless Backhaul (hardwire not even a possibility) and would like to "Prefer" the Router over the...
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    ASUS RT-AX88U - AI Mesh and MAC Spoofing ???

    Roboots. Thanks so much for this mate. This is exactly what I was hoping to hear. I have searched tirelessly for this question to be answered on Google but couldn’t find a definitive answer. Thank you so much for taking the time to answer and providing a solution. Regards Bruce
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    ASUS RT-AX88U - AI Mesh and MAC Spoofing ???

    Hi guys, thanks off; thanks for accepting me into the Forum. I've been a network engineer on Cisco for +30 years now so hopefully some of that knowledge can help people here. I found this forum invaluable in the setup of my ASUS and I thank you for that. Anyway, I have a RT-AX88U . . . great...
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