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    Custom firmware build for Orbi RBK50/RBK53 (RBR50, RBS50) v. 9.2.5.1.19SF-HW

    yes you can split it on stock. i'm running split right now. need to turn on telnet first [http://routerip/debug] -- config set wifison-monitor_stop=1 config commit config get wifison-monitor_stop (If you ever need to reverse this setting use the command > config set...
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    Custom firmware build for Orbi RBK50/RBK53 (RBR50, RBS50) v. 9.2.5.1.19SF-HW

    thanks for responding. Yes, that's what I've seen when doing it with your firmware. But the performance connecting to my 2.4 Ghz only cameras was so much better [no lag / packet loss] with the split SSIDs. Went back to stock FW, it seems to be doing better with the split SSIDs.
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    Custom firmware build for Orbi RBK50/RBK53 (RBR50, RBS50) v. 9.2.5.1.19SF-HW

    Hello, I cant seem to split the SSIDs for 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz frequencies. are the following commands correct? nvram set wla_ssid="NAME OF YOUR 5GHZ NETWORK" nvram set allow_diff_ssid=1 nvram commit reboot on that topic, is it possible to split the frequency for the guest wireless network...
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