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    [Thread-1] [ 386.1_Alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

    That's great news for 2 reasons: It's a significant public demonstration of their continued support for your project Newer GPL will be great as the Official 386_40947 code in RC8 seems to be solving a few more issues
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    [Thread-1] [ 386.1_Alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

    Interesting thought on it being a specific client - I have Nest IQ Cams, Ring Door Chime (doorbell is 5Ghz), Amazon Echos, Raspberry pies, and quite a few IOT things
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    [Thread-1] [ 386.1_Alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

    Out of interest what models are you running? I have even run my mesh nodes with 5Ghz only and the AX88U for 2.4Ghz + 5Ghz but the 2.4Ghz died eventually. Next test might have to be running the 2.4Ghz only on the AX56U nodes although (non-scientifically) it feels as though both models suffer the...
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    [Thread-1] [ 386.1_Alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

    I'm running alpha 2 on my RT-AX88U with 2 x RT-AX56Us (also alpha 2) running as mesh nodes. I'm having weird issues after everything has been running for a day or so with 2.4Ghz getting in a real mess and devices just not connecting to any node whilst 5Ghz continues to run fine. I'm not using...
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    [Thread-1] [ 386.1_Alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

    Having tried the Official Beta I'm really keen to give this Alpha a try on my RT-AX88U. Has anyone tested if Cake will run yet?
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    CakeQOS CakeQOS-Merlin

    It certainly runs well on my own network - I am running with rtt set to regional which seems to work well for me. My main concerns are around the longevity of this solution as we only have a couple of supported routers and I don't know if anyone is watching for updates to the underlying cake...
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    Asus Ax56u supports DFS?

    Yes, my European ones do
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    RT-AX56U New Firmware 3.0.0.4.384.9424 [2020/07/14]

    A new firmware has been released today for the RT-AX56U.
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    Release [ 384.19_Alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

    It's similar with many (most?) internet services. Google don't provide you searching, email or any of their other services truly for free - it's a trade where they get your data. Everyone should way up the benefits against the costs. In my case I gain by getting good traffic classification and...
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    Problems with new RT-AX88U and Merlin RT-AX88U_384.18_0

    OK so not smart connect related then. That's my idea squashed. Yes, most of the updates so far in 384.19 alpha 1 are to move to newer GPL, however I found that 384_9107 was significantly better as a stock firmware so made the jump to the alpha. So far, other than a slightly rocky experience...
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    Problems with new RT-AX88U and Merlin RT-AX88U_384.18_0

    I'm running an RT-AX88U and have been on a number of Asus and Merlin firmware versions. My advice would be to try a couple of things: Follow the Asus FAQ information to turn off AX functionality https://www.asus.com/me-en/support/FAQ/1042475 unless you need it Turn off Smart Connect My...
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    CakeQOS CakeQOS-Merlin

    Agreed, but what interests me is that Trend must be actively marking traffic on my router with Asus Adaptive QoS off and cake running as I still see this in traffic analyser: I agree. It tends to be those with slower connections that benefit most from traffic prioritisation anyway so probably...
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    CakeQOS CakeQOS-Merlin

    Exactly my reason for wondering why the decision was taken to apply wash to the download path. It could just be that whoever was doing the initial development had a comcast service. I've seen no negative impact of removing it in my own copy of the script.
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    CakeQOS CakeQOS-Merlin

    A question I asked previously but didn't get a reply is why it's been chosen to enforce the wash option on download traffic within the script as a hard coded default? I'm keen to understand the reasoning rather than saying it shouldn't be that way, and again for my use case I found manually...
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