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Hi all,

Ever since 2 last firmwares (AX11000 Pro), my aimed has crippled speeds.

I have AX11000 Pro as main router connected via wireless backhaul to GT6 and now another AX11000 pro.
I used to have 1500 mbit connection between the router and AI mesh but last firmware giving me this speeds is from January this year. All new firmwares after that cripple my speeds to around 400 Mbit:

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I bought another Ax11000 pro just to see if GT6 is the issue but no, speeds above are with two ax11000 pros...

Any ideas?
 
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Hi all,

Ever since 2 last firmwares (AX11000 Pro), my aimed has crippled speeds.

I have AX11000 Pro as main router connected via wireless backhaul to GT6 and now another AX11000 pro.
I used to have 1500 mbit connection between the router and AI mesh but last firmware giving me this speeds is from January this year. All new firmwares after that cripple my speeds to around 400 Mbit:

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I bought another Ax11000 pro just to see if GT6 is the issue but no, speeds above are with two ax11000 pros...

Any ideas?

Did you install the new 3.0.0.6 firmware, reset it to its default settings, and then configure it from scratch before adding similarly reset node?

OE
 
Yes, I have done this exercise through many ways, setting up from scratch, dirty upgrade - all variations. Something from 3.0.0.4.388_24199 onwards is crippling my aimesh speeds on 5 GHz backhaul. Not even on 3.0.0.6 firmware!

I am based in Europe.

This is what I have after downgrading to 3.0.0.4.388_24199.
 

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Yes, I have done this exercise through many ways, setting up from scratch, dirty upgrade - all variations. Something from 3.0.0.4.388_24199 onwards is crippling my aimesh speeds on 5 GHz backhaul. Not even on 3.0.0.6 firmware!

I am based in Europe.

This is what I have after downgrading to 3.0.0.4.388_24199.

Understood.

Ignoring the webUI backhaul data... does a 'speedtest' on a PC client wired to your node(s) measure your full ISP speeds? You probably don't want to upgrade the firmware again to try this. My backhaul data is often wonky but my wired backhaul is fast... and much faster than my 300/10 ISP speeds.

OE
 
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Understood.

Ignoring the webUI backhaul data... does a 'speedtest' on a PC client wired to your node(s) measure your full ISP speeds? You probably don't want to upgrade the firmware again to try this. My backhaul data is often wonky but my wired backhaul is fast... and much faster than my 300/10 ISP speeds.

OE
I tested wirelessly using iPhone and made sure I was connected to the node. iPhone would present the exact crippled speeds. I was able to get around 300mbits max on the newer firmware, while on the legacy one I was getting 600mbits or more.
 
I tested wirelessly using iPhone and made sure I was connected to the node. iPhone would present the exact crippled speeds. I was able to get around 300mbits max on the newer firmware, while on the legacy one I was getting 600mbits or more.

Half-speed sounds like a shared wireless backhaul... is that with the old network (2 nodes) or the new network (3 nodes)? I wonder if your wireless backhaul is hopping through the other node... if you haven't tried it, turn off one node, let it settle, and test again to see if the speed changes(?)

OE
 
Half-speed sounds like a shared wireless backhaul... is that with the old network (2 nodes) or the new network (3 nodes)? I wonder if your wireless backhaul is hopping through the other node... if you haven't tried it, turn off one node, let it settle, and test again to see if the speed changes(?)

OE
Sorry, I probably was misunderstood with the devices.

I have only one node connected through wireless backhaul to the router. The router is ax11000 pro and the node was GT6. I bought another ax11000 pro to replace the gt6 with. I figured same hardware as router would give me best coverage and reliability.

To my surprise, it made no difference and the exact same problem is present on the ai mesh node - regardless if I am using gt6 or ax11000 pro.

I have no idea what was changed in recent firmwares but I believe I may have to contact sus support to tackle that.
 

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