Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

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chrisr4g

New Around Here
Hi guys,

I`m sorry if this was posted elsewhere but right now i`m on the edge of returning my new router ( GT-AX11000 ).
I have 2 issues with it :

- Can`t connect to the UI ( neither https protocol / ip / ip with https port / etc. ) -> Also tried a reboot
*router.asus.com
*https://router.asus.com
*https://router.asus.com:8443
*and the same combinations for the lan ip ( from ipconfig )
The problem here started when for some reason I tried to enable https from the Asus Router app on my phone and since then it never connected again both on the app and on the wire connected laptop.

- Wireless connection drops with no pattern detected ( but since i cannot connect to the UI to see the logs I may be wrong about this ).

I checked the forum and googled it for about a week now but nothing seemed to work for me, the only thing left to do is a hard reset which i`ve been avoinding this whole time.
From what i`ve learned i have the latest firmware (384), the modem is correctly set into bridge mode and the router with the proper credentials from the ISP.

Is there anything else I can try to solve the UI problem? And for the drops should I disable the smart connection rules ( disable the automatic switch between bands )?

Also, I have a Asus Lyra Voice AC meshed onto my GT-AX11000 which seems to work fine but i read that the for some people Lyra Voice crashed their network somehow. What`s your take on this?

Thank you in advance
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hi guys,

I`m sorry if this was posted elsewhere but right now i`m on the edge of returning my new router ( GT-AX11000 ).
I have 2 issues with it :

- Can`t connect to the UI ( neither https protocol / ip / ip with https port / etc. ) -> Also tried a reboot
*router.asus.com
*https://router.asus.com
*https://router.asus.com:8443
*and the same combinations for the lan ip ( from ipconfig )
The problem here started when for some reason I tried to enable https from the Asus Router app on my phone and since then it never connected again both on the app and on the wire connected laptop.

- Wireless connection drops with no pattern detected ( but since i cannot connect to the UI to see the logs I may be wrong about this ).

I checked the forum and googled it for about a week now but nothing seemed to work for me, the only thing left to do is a hard reset which i`ve been avoinding this whole time.
From what i`ve learned i have the latest firmware (384), the modem is correctly set into bridge mode and the router with the proper credentials from the ISP.

Is there anything else I can try to solve the UI problem? And for the drops should I disable the smart connection rules ( disable the automatic switch between bands )?

Also, I have a Asus Lyra Voice AC meshed onto my GT-AX11000 which seems to work fine but i read that the for some people Lyra Voice crashed their network somehow. What`s your take on this?

Thank you in advance

Have you tried disconnecting the router from everything except a wired PC, reset the router, and then browse to its default IP address?

OE
 

chrisr4g

New Around Here
Have you tried disconnecting the router from everything except a wired PC, reset the router, and then browse to its default IP address?

OE
I tried to disconnect all wifi connected devices but the AiMesh connected node (the Lyra Voice) and restart but nothing changed.
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
I tried to disconnect all wifi connected devices but the AiMesh connected node (the Lyra Voice) and restart but nothing changed.

Restart is not a reset, so nothing would change.

OE
 

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