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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    I got rid of the same fatal error massages after doing a factory reset, and then disable the 2,4 wifi. Hope it is fixed in the next firmware releasen.
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    help reading system log

    @PaulS: I completely disabled the 2,4Ghz wifi network, as the messages in the log was refering to the 2.4GHz network. I was really not using the 2,4GHz network anyway. Since then the "acsd" messages in syslog has completely disappeard, so you could test if disabling the 2,4gHz solves the issue...
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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    To me it look like your router did a reboot somewhere between Feb 4 08:20:47 and Feb 4 08:42:41. Asus routers always default to May 5th time during bootup, before the correct time is syncronised. I can not explain why there are so many "NTP start update" during startup??
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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    The app just tell me I am on 5ghz. But the node and router a very far apart 30meters and I can see in the syslog when the connection shift between router and node happens.
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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    I am using Wifi SweetSpot app on my iPhone to analyse performance, 5meters away from the main router, so I can see it is on the 5ghz network. Performance measured in the same was better on 40451
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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    I have been running stable on 41712 on two AX92Us for a couple of days now, I upgraded from 40451. Only initial issue was to get the AiMesh node connected again to the master after hardreset. Got it solved after unplugging all ethernet cables from the AP when running the AiMesh discovery...
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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    Forgot to mention that I have also place them less than 1 meter from each other, so this should not be the issue
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    AX92U - slow internet speedtest after upgrade to 3.0.0.4.386_41535-g1caa24a firmware

    My experience after upgrading my AiMesh setup (consisting of two AX92Us and wireless backhaul) from 40451 to 41712: I did it from the GUI and everything went fine. Both routers were upgraded to 41712 and Aimesh setup came back online without problems. To be on the safe side I then did a hard...
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    help reading system log

    Thanks for clarifying. The change in log level should then have happen because of the power off and restart, as I did not do any conf changes at all. Do you know where and how I can check the log level, directly at the linux command level? and what should the default value be?
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    help reading system log

    Thanks Colin for referring to my thread on the same issue. Yes I started to get the same errors in the syslog after upgrade to latest firmware. I also suspect that it has something to do with a bug in the latest firmware. I have reported it to ASUS. I solved it partly, by doing a full poweroff...
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    RT-AX92U kernel issue reported after firmware upg 3.0.0.4.386_40451

    I have tried a couple of reboots of my RT-AX92U after firmware upgrade, but the fatal kernel event in still being reported in syslog. I actually noticed that at least one of my devices is disconnected from wifi, when this happens. Anyone experiencing this after upgrade to latest firmware? Nov...
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    RT-AX92U kernel issue reported after firmware upg 3.0.0.4.386_40451

    Thanks Andrei. I did manually reboot it one time after upgrade to get AiCloud sync to work again. But I will try one more manual reboot to see if the "kernal fatal error" event in the log will disappear. Was it similar kernal error messages you saw in syslog after upgrade?
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