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    Router webpage not loading correctly

    I have the very same problem, with both my old RT-AX86U (386.5_2 and 386.7) and now GT-AX6000 (386.7) (just an example webpage, it occurs randomly on different sections of the webUI): In my case, a Shift+F5 fixes the issue: I'm using Chrome, latest version and I'm on https only webUI; maybe...
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    I tried 386.7_1 test build on my RT-AX86U and it seems all like in the 386.7, I mean regarding IPv6; in my case /48 prefix assigned by my ISP still become a /64, but @Tvlz told me it's normal
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    Thanks and sorry: I now realized I know nothing on IPv6! Eh eh
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    It is, but still, why drop this feature if it'd be available?
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    Is that eventually possible to revert this change back and having the full functionality of /48 bit prefix, in case your ISP provide it?
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    A /48 bit prefix, means 2^(64-48) address, rather 65536. It's huge, but it can be handled by a router I guess
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    But why before, with 386.5, I had a /48 prefix for Lan too?
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    Indeed I noticed also in 386.7 the LAN IPv6 prefix is written in the form of: 2001:db80:aaaa:: which is a /48 Prefix Length address; maybe it's only a mistype 64 in this case?
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    From what I know, an IPv6 /48 prefix is bigger than /64
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    Hi, I noticed something wrong with IPv6 page on my RT-AX86U after update to 386.7; indeed, when I was on 386.5_2 my IPv6 page looks like this: Instead now with 386.7, I have: Anyhow, my ISP provide me a 48 bit length IPv6 range of addresses; what I'm doing wrong right now? Why I stepped...
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    Hi, do we have to reset/restore JFFS on RT-AX86U after upgrade, just like in the beta? I can't see any mention on the changelog anyhow
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    [wanuptime] WAN uptime estimation script

    I use scribe and I can test the new version if you need
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    YazDHCP YazDHCP - feature expansion of DHCP assignments (increasing limit on the number of DHCP reservations)

    Hi, is there any plan to add more than 1 MAC to a single IP? I mean, some device have both wired and wireless MAC (i.e. printers) and I'd be nice to have 1 entry for both MAC addresses and assign it one IP only
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    [Beta] Asuswrt-Merlin 384.18 Beta / 384.13_9 is now available

    Dirty upgrade from 384.17 to 384.18beta1 on RT-AC86U and I registered only a small glitch (missing icon) on the homepage of the router webUI (picture enclosed) Tried also F5, with no luck Also the green "gear" of the Adaptive QOS icon on the right upper corner seems irregular, like zoomed and...
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    [Beta] Asuswrt-Merlin 384.7 Beta is now available

    Installed beta3 over 384.6 on my RT-AC86U. I'm in double NAT with my modem (Vodafone IT) but I can say the new DDNS service is working flawlessly with my DNS-O-MATIC setup.
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