Recent content by northumberland

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    Weird problem with some Android apps on wifi

    Sorry, must haves missed that you'd tried. Looks like you've went through pretty much everything, only time I've seen similar is when blocking using skynet, which I note isn't enabled. Be interesting to see what the fix turns out to be. Does a DNS lookup show the same addresses when using...
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    Weird problem with some Android apps on wifi

    Try changing DNS server used on the router? Could be an issue with isp DNS.
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.7 is now available for all models

    Tried whitelisting the domain?
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    Configure LAN Port as Guest Network?

    2 years later, but makes for interesting reading even if only used as historic reference.
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    [Blocking Wifi] - Townhome - Pre-Construction - InWall Aluminum Foil?

    Privacy being the concern to the individual, and as you rightly say, legal complications, though in some areas you might find the ISP will be willing to allow this to give rural access to otherwise non-connected addresses. Sharing your wan IP with other users could find you getting a visit for...
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    Connect WiFi router to Wifi AP

    So you're looking to convert a wi-fi signal into RJ45? Look up 'vonets' as a cheap working solution. As mentioned above there are many routers that will connect using bridge mode or as a client, achieving the same but giving you more ports available, Asus do this very well, but I've also used...
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    Skynet Whitelist by country code?

    Oops, forgot to add: (note the ! Which means isn't in the list <>) this one's blocks pings to all but whitelisted IPS. ACCEPT icmp -- anywhere anywhere match-set only src icmp echo-request REJECT icmp -- anywhere anywhere...
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    Skynet Whitelist by country code?

    I've used this at times for services I use on the router, look into ipset and iptables - both built in and more than capable. Tbh though, I'm surprised it's not in skynet already. S
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    Asus RT-AX88U Wifi devices disconncting and cannot reconect - "Disassociated because sending station is leaving"

    I'm running Tasmota all over the place in here, and at work. The only issue I've had of after flashing a sonoff 4ch box this week. Other devices have stayed on and connected. Lots of screenshots.. there used to a good backup solution, from the command line, it stripped out old variables etc...
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    Asus RT-AX88U Wifi devices disconncting and cannot reconect - "Disassociated because sending station is leaving"

    Yes I was meaning frequency, in case something was playing DFS games, but that shouldn't touch 2.4ghz band anyway. How do CPU/memory stats look? Do you use a usb stick in there, perhaps refresh that. Otherwise, it's watch what ever device is literally doing in case it's something there...
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    Asus RT-AX88U Wifi devices disconncting and cannot reconect - "Disassociated because sending station is leaving"

    I'll add I'm using VoIP, Tasmota, Roku, Amazon and Google devices as well as a multitude of other connected devices.
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    Asus RT-AX88U Wifi devices disconncting and cannot reconect - "Disassociated because sending station is leaving"

    Can you try setting your channels manually and within the standard range... Radar etc can 'reclaim' certain channels, and the router will oblige, perhaps it's the router 'leaving' rather than the devices? I too have AX88U's and I saw this with previous firmware - factory reset helped but didn't...
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    Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.4 is now available

    Couple of notable issues on this version: 1. Constant drops on wi-fi 2.4ghz to one device (yealink t42s VoIP phone). Device will connect for a variable amount of time. 2. Two strange devices showing in network manager, both Amazon Alexa devices. On 5ghz and I'm using 192.168.2,1/255.255.254.0...
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    Help with AX88U as subnet router

    I'm running something similar (not quite identical though), but with a long range wireless link in between the two routers. No problems at the moment but several years ago I had a similar issue to yours. Turned out to be a dodgy patch cable plugged into the first router that as I recall wasn't...
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