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Asus RT-AC88U Drops HomeKit Devices WLCEVENTD

Discussion in 'ASUS AC Routers & Adapters' started by Resaix, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. Resaix

    Resaix New Around Here

    Jan 12, 2019
    I have this extremely annoying thing where my router keeps dropping all my wifi devices for a few seconds then reconnects again.

    ----- This are the last events, no edit between them ----
    Jan 12 20:51:15 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Disassoc 40:CB:C0:76:5A:33
    Jan 12 21:13:03 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc 40:CB:C0:76:5A:33
    Jan 12 21:36:21 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 54:BD:79:05:87:76
    Jan 12 21:52:29 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc D4:90:9C:ED:9A:70
    Jan 12 22:01:01 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Disassoc D4:90:9C:ED:9A:70
    Jan 12 22:55:50 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Disassoc A0:9D:C1:20:3B:D6
    Jan 12 22:55:50 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc A0:9D:C1:20:3B:D6
    Jan 12 22:55:58 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Disassoc 00:7E:56:77:30:11
    Jan 12 22:55:58 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc 00:7E:56:77:30:11

    This is what shows up in the logs. Every single homekit devices resets at this point, lights turn on (the default state) and homekit outlets reset, turning off and on (no idea why they turn off but whatever). Its really annoying, had this router for about 1 year and didn't have any problems with it..it just started doing this sh*t few weeks ago.

    Anyone else knows whats up with these WLCEVENTD events? and how can they be fixed?

    Thank you...Asus has sh*tty support so I have no luck with them besides sending this to warranty and waiting 2 weeks to prob get it back.
    Last edited by a moderator: Jan 12, 2019