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    ASUS GT-AX11000 - issues after firmware update to 3.0.0.4.386.43129

    So far, 44266 is working pretty good for me. I'm now seeing near 900Mpbs while connected with the 2.5Gb LAN port while the GT is in wireless bridge mode. Prior versions were seeing around 400Mpbs. I haven't tried router mode yet.
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    AX11000 2.5G Port getting disconnected

    You might reach out to there support group on there community forums...
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    AX11000 2.5G Port getting disconnected

    Might review this: https://www.snbforums.com/threads/2-5g-gaming-port-issue-asus-rog-rapture-gt-ax11000.70947/ Something to contact ASUS support about for sure...
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    2.5G Gaming Port Issue | Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

    I would open a support ticket with ASUS. Something they need to know about. Seems like the 2.5Gb port isn't as stable as it should be.
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    2.5G Gaming Port Issue | Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

    So does this happen with stock FW?
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    2.5G Gaming Port Issue | Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

    Ok. Until game consoles also support 2.5Gb or higher speeds, I don't consider using that port unless you can take advantage of the connect rate speed. I have a PC with a 2.5Gb adapter installed and have not seen any issues while using it. I mostly use my GT in wireless bridge mode. Router mode...
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    2.5G Gaming Port Issue | Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

    Since you seem to have problems with game consoles on the 2.5Gb Port, it seems that either the consoles are a cause of the problem or the 2.5Gb port is not stable enough to handle the consoles, for what ever reason. I would connect something that is rated at 2.5Gb speed rates only to that port...
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    2.5G Gaming Port Issue | Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

    I would avoid connecting any game console to the 2.5Gb port.
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    Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Issue - NAT Issue With Two Xbox One Consoles

    No. I would remove the port forwarding configuration and just use uPnP is all.
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    Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Issue - NAT Issue With Two Xbox One Consoles

    Power off the modem, router and 1st xbox. With the 2nbd xbox still ON, press and hold the front power button until the xbox shuts off. Power ON the modem, Router and let them come to ready. Turn on the 2nd xbox and check NAT status on the dashboard networking settings. Should be OPEN.
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    Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Issue - NAT Issue With Two Xbox One Consoles

    No. There is different HW with in the AXE which would probably be different and change some things in FW.
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    [ROG RAPTURE GT-AX11000] Experiences & Discussion

    I have a friend who has both GTs and the 5300 set up and the node. 11000 set up as the host router. Loves it. Though not AX wifi throughout. If you want AX through and though, then of course matching AX working as node would be great. 30 feet or more should be the starting point in between...
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    [ROG RAPTURE GT-AX11000] Experiences & Discussion

    Connection rates maybe different between the ASUS routers and Orbi. Max connection rate speed of the 50 series Orbi is 866 on 5Ghz AC. I believe the ASUS routers support up to 1300/1733Mpbs on 5Ghz AC and for AX supporting devices, 2400 to 4800Mpbs. Also be aware that some phone and pads are...
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    [ROG RAPTURE GT-AX11000] Experiences & Discussion

    What wifi device are you using to speed test with? Whats the distance in between the GT-AX11000 and the GT-AC5300? What Orbi model did you test?
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    {SOLVED} GT-AX11000 can't get 2.5gbe speeds working on LAN

    Glad you found the problem. Enjoy.
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