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JWoo

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MyPal

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Embedded services support for Dual WAN ”Load Balance” on the horizon?

i.e. QoS, Trend Micro AI Protection, Traffic Analyser stat logging.

Dual WAN LB is a great way to consolidate and policy route across 2 (independent) ISPs over a single LAN subnet gateway address. When implemented correctly, behaves as expected.

BUT I do miss the sacrifice. If only, it could do it all...
 

Darkje

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Embedded services support for Dual WAN ”Load Balance” on the horizon?

i.e. QoS, Trend Micro AI Protection, Traffic Analyser stat logging.

Dual WAN LB is a great way to consolidate and policy route across 2 (independent) ISPs over a single LAN subnet gateway address. When implemented correctly, behaves as expected.

BUT I do miss the sacrifice. If only, it could do it all...
Yes that should be awesome. I have 2 cable modems active. And i do loadbalancing and IT works awesome. Just all trendmicro dont work. So yeah i agree
 

RAH-66

Regular Contributor
Can anyone post the firmware for those who "are in the tank" and are not friends with Linux?
 

octopus

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Can anyone post the firmware for those who "are in the tank" and are not friends with Linux?
None of the user built firmware images will have working bwdpi (so, that means no Adaptive QoS, for instance), so I do not recommend people running these.
 

Blacklistedcard

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Asus hasn't released a router based on 2.6.18 since 2012.
oh.. I did not mean that kernels being used by ASUS were 2.6.18. I meant in general I don't like 2.6.18. The AX200 linux drivers are hurting... The cards are failing on x16 pci-e buses. Hopefully someone from Intel can look at it. Looks like cards have to be used in x1 slots.
 

RAH-66

Regular Contributor
The cards are failing on x16 pci-e buses. Hopefully someone from Intel can look at it. Looks like cards have to be used in x1 slots.
Work fine in my PCE-e 3.0 x16. I checked it even on the old unstable ASUS P9X79-E WS board.
Perhaps the setup instructions will help you https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005585/network-and-i-o/wireless.html
and drivers
windows https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/72252/Intel-PROSet-Wireless-Software
linux https://www.asus.com/Networking/PCE-AX58BT/HelpDesk_Download/
 

Blacklistedcard

Regular Contributor
Work fine in my PCE-e 3.0 x16. I checked it even on the old unstable ASUS P9X79-E WS board.
Perhaps the setup instructions will help you https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005585/network-and-i-o/wireless.html
and drivers
windows https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/72252/Intel-PROSet-Wireless-Software
linux https://www.asus.com/Networking/PCE-AX58BT/HelpDesk_Download/
Ummm... Most people are getting the init 110 failure.

"NMI_INTERRUPT_UMAC_FATAL"

followed in the logs by

iwlwifi 0000:01:00.0: Failed to start RT ucode: -110
iwlwifi 0000:01:00.0: Failed to run INIT ucode: -110
 

JWoo

Senior Member
Using AX200 adapters in two Windows PCs and the card works well. Cannot comment on Linux, but for Windows 10 Intel is updating the drivers regularly and the card seems pretty stable (AC and AX connections). Linux HW support often lags Windows and that could be the issue.
 

JGrana

Senior Member
I have an AX200 in my dual boot laptop. I have found that, if starting from a power off state, booting Windows 10 first then rebooting into Linux works all the time for me.
Once that sequence is done, reboots of Linux work fine. Even going back and forth between Win10 and Linux.
 

JWoo

Senior Member
Intel really dumped a lot of AX200s into the market. That is for sure. It is a very pervasive chipset. And inexpensive.
 

Srikanth

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RMerlin, I have 2 AC86U and both of them allow region change to a different country using web UI. When these 2 are connected in mesh, if I change the region on main router and select a 5g channel from that region, node is not able to connect. Shouldn't the node also use the same region as main router ?
 

octopus

Very Senior Member
RMerlin, I have 2 AC86U and both of them allow region change to a different country using web UI. When these 2 are connected in mesh, if I change the region on main router and select a 5g channel from that region, node is not able to connect. Shouldn't the node also use the same region as main router ?
RMerlin, I have 2 AC86U and both of them allow region change to a different country using web UI. When these 2 are connected in mesh, if I change the region on main router and select a 5g channel from that region, node is not able to connect because node still uses the default region. Shouldn't the node also change to the same region as main router ?
I don't know, ask Asus. Everything related to AiMesh is out of my control.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
@Srikanth before you change the region, remove the nodes, then change it.

Fully reset the router(s) you want to use as nodes and, from the main router, add them as nodes.

Do they join the AiMesh network now?
 

Srikanth

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@Srikanth before you change the region, remove the nodes, then change it.

Fully reset the router(s) you want to use as nodes and, from the main router, add them as nodes.

Do they join the AiMesh network now?
No I tried earlier this way and tried now again. Removed the nodes and have reset the nodes (WPS button plus power). Then on the main router changed the region and added the node. Node is not able to connect on 5g as it can't recognise the channel that main router is using.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
Please don't cross-post the same questions all over the forums.

How long did you wait for the main router's Wi-Fi to settle? Are you using DFS channels? How far apart are the node and router when trying to add them?
 

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