Release Asuswrt-Merlin 386.2_6 is now available

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Comoman

New Around Here
My devices don't like the firmware that are connected to the AC68U router on 2.4Ghz band. Every hour on the hour, while streaming a movie, tv show; a device will stop streaming and has no internet connection for about 30 sec. Even though a device is still connected to a router via wifi. Tried different channels and still no joy.

Nothing odd in the logs.
Got a similar issue. Got an AX86U and all my 2.4GHz devices work fine on _4. Upgrade to _6 and most of them fail to connect or drop connection continually/very slow throughput/can't stream. Restarted etc etc.

Rolled back to _4 and no issues. So I respectfully disagree that it's something with my setup.
 

jimilolo

New Around Here
WIFI 5Ghz not work ...



May 5 07:05:01 kernel: broadcomThermalDrv brcm-therm: init (CPU count 3 3 3 3)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: brcm_otp_init entry
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Loading HND Module
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 31800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 51800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 72000
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 92000
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address b2800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address d2800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: igs_module_init:867: IGS 29 create network socket successful
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Archer TCP Pure ACK Enabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;33;41m[ERROR archer] sysport_tm_command,1224: Feature Unavailable^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: dpsta_init: 17.10.121.37 (r789389) 6f433df Aug 19 2020 18:20:41 msglevel 0x1
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: msglevel set to 0x0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: msglevel2 set to 0x0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: phymsglevel set to 0x1
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: passivemode set to 0x1
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: txworkq set to 0x0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mwl_pktfwd_sys_init: ^[[1m^[[34mWL_PKTFWD[1.1.0]^[[0m Success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_doattach: using BAR0 value: enum_base=84000000
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_doattach: incoming bus is PCI but it's a lie, switching to SI devid:0xf6ca
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Found chip type AI (0x1012f6ca)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Chipc: rev 128, caps 0x18400009, chipst 0x29 pmurev 128, pmucaps 0x28504b80
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Changing min_res_mask to 0x23
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Changing max_res_mask to 0x7fffffff
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: BME Service Initialization
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: BME: M2M Core id 0x844 rev 128
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl0: wlc_ap_attach dynamic_ed_thresh_enable = 0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: kerSysGetWifiLed(0) returned 17
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: BME:register key<1010804> user RLM sel IDX set 1 mem 4 8 hi 0 0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl0_awl attach successful tx: 1, rx: 2
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: WL_FLCTL[0] bpm_total_skb 24552, exhaustion_hi 2455, exhaustion_lo 6138, prio_favor 4
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;34mArcher WLAN Bind: eth%d, wl_radio_idx 0, radio_index 0, mode SKB^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mwl_wfd_bind: wl0 wfd_idx 0 success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: eth5: Broadcom BCM63178 802.11 Wireless Controller 17.10.121.37 (r789389) 12aa69f (Compiled in . at 21:04:58 on May 18 2021)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: DHD_FKB_POOL size is:1280 and entry size:2624
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: DHD_PKTTAG POOL size is:2592 and entry size:64
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_pktfwd_sys_init: ^[[1m^[[34mdhd_PKTFWD[1.0.0]^[[0m Success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: PCI_PROBE: bus 1, slot 0,vendor 14E4, device AAA4(good PCI location)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: dhd_attach(): thread:dhd_watchdog_thread:28b started
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: dhd1_awl attach successful tx: 1, rx: 2
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;34mArcher WLAN Bind: eth%d, wl_radio_idx 1, radio_index 1, mode FKB^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_wfd_bind: wl1 wfd_idx 1 success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: CUR_ETHERADDR : 6
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: 3c 7c 3f 49 d7 7c
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Dongle Host Driver, version 17.10.121.37 (r789389)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Compiled in drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Register interface [eth6] MAC: 3c:7c:3f:49:d7:7c
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: proc_dostring_crashlogsave: crash log filename is /jffs/crashlog.log
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: crashFileSet: log signature invalid !
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ret 0 retlen 65536 buff <6>usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfs
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ++++ Powering up USB blocks
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: hub 1-0:1.0: config failed, hub doesn't have any ports! (err -19)
May 5 07:05:02 kernel: Interface eth%d doesn't exist
May 5 07:05:02 kernel: could not find igs interface!
May 5 07:05:02 kernel: IGMP Query send failed
May 5 07:05:02 lldpd[1040]: cannot get ethtool link information with GLINKSETTINGS (requires 4.9+): Operation not permitted
May 5 07:05:03 kernel: <=== Deactivate Deep Green Mode
May 5 07:05:03 kernel: eth3 (Int switch port: 3) (Logical Port: 3) (phyId: b) Link Up at 100 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:04 kernel: eth1 (Int switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 1) (phyId: 9) Link Up at 10 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:04 kernel: eth2 (Int switch port: 2) (Logical Port: 2) (phyId: a) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:06 avahi-daemon[1220]: WARNING: No NSS support for mDNS detected, consider installing nss-mdns!
May 5 07:05:07 Mastiff: init
May 5 07:05:08 kernel: tfat: loading out-of-tree module taints kernel.
May 5 07:05:11 kernel: eth4 (Int switch port: 4) (Logical Port: 4) (phyId: c) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:17 Diversion: Starting Entware and Diversion services on /tmp/mnt/KINGSTON32
May 5 07:05:17 S02haveged: Starting Haveged entropy /opt/etc/init.d/S02haveged
May 5 07:05:17 admin: Started haveged from /jffs/scripts/post-mount.
May 5 07:05:17 Diversion: created br0:pixelserv-tls for 10.0.0.2
May 5 07:05:18 pixelserv-tls[2420]: pixelserv-tls 2.3.1 (compiled: Apr 18 2021 13:11:49 flags: tls1_3) options: 10.0.0.2
May 5 07:05:18 Entware (armv7sf-k2.6): Started pixelserv-tls (Diversion)
May 5 07:05:18 uiDivStats: taildns not started: dnsmasq logging is disabled
May 5 07:05:19 kernel: Archer TCP Pure ACK Enabled
May 5 07:05:19 uiDivStats: /tmp/mnt/KINGSTON32 contains Entware, starting uiDivStats
May 5 07:05:19 uiDivStats: Waiting for NTP to sync...
May 5 07:05:19 Diversion: enabling services after unmount
 

jsbeddow

Senior Member
WIFI 5Ghz not work ...



May 5 07:05:01 kernel: broadcomThermalDrv brcm-therm: init (CPU count 3 3 3 3)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: brcm_otp_init entry
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Loading HND Module
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 31800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 51800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 72000
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address 92000
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address b2800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: NVRAM_MIRROR SCAN: NVRAM back up found at address d2800
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: igs_module_init:867: IGS 29 create network socket successful
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Archer TCP Pure ACK Enabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;33;41m[ERROR archer] sysport_tm_command,1224: Feature Unavailable^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: dpsta_init: 17.10.121.37 (r789389) 6f433df Aug 19 2020 18:20:41 msglevel 0x1
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: msglevel set to 0x0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: msglevel2 set to 0x0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: phymsglevel set to 0x1
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: passivemode set to 0x1
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl_module_init: txworkq set to 0x0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mwl_pktfwd_sys_init: ^[[1m^[[34mWL_PKTFWD[1.1.0]^[[0m Success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_doattach: using BAR0 value: enum_base=84000000
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_doattach: incoming bus is PCI but it's a lie, switching to SI devid:0xf6ca
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Found chip type AI (0x1012f6ca)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Chipc: rev 128, caps 0x18400009, chipst 0x29 pmurev 128, pmucaps 0x28504b80
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Changing min_res_mask to 0x23
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Changing max_res_mask to 0x7fffffff
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: BME Service Initialization
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: BME: M2M Core id 0x844 rev 128
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: si_pmu_otp_power: OTP is disabled
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl0: wlc_ap_attach dynamic_ed_thresh_enable = 0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: kerSysGetWifiLed(0) returned 17
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: BME:register key<1010804> user RLM sel IDX set 1 mem 4 8 hi 0 0
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: wl0_awl attach successful tx: 1, rx: 2
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: WL_FLCTL[0] bpm_total_skb 24552, exhaustion_hi 2455, exhaustion_lo 6138, prio_favor 4
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;34mArcher WLAN Bind: eth%d, wl_radio_idx 0, radio_index 0, mode SKB^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mwl_wfd_bind: wl0 wfd_idx 0 success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: eth5: Broadcom BCM63178 802.11 Wireless Controller 17.10.121.37 (r789389) 12aa69f (Compiled in . at 21:04:58 on May 18 2021)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: DHD_FKB_POOL size is:1280 and entry size:2624
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: DHD_PKTTAG POOL size is:2592 and entry size:64
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_pktfwd_sys_init: ^[[1m^[[34mdhd_PKTFWD[1.0.0]^[[0m Success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: PCI_PROBE: bus 1, slot 0,vendor 14E4, device AAA4(good PCI location)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: dhd_attach(): thread:dhd_watchdog_thread:28b started
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: dhd1_awl attach successful tx: 1, rx: 2
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;34mArcher WLAN Bind: eth%d, wl_radio_idx 1, radio_index 1, mode FKB^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ^[[0;32mdhd_wfd_bind: wl1 wfd_idx 1 success^[[0m
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: CUR_ETHERADDR : 6
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: 3c 7c 3f 49 d7 7c
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Dongle Host Driver, version 17.10.121.37 (r789389)
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Compiled in drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: Register interface [eth6] MAC: 3c:7c:3f:49:d7:7c
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: proc_dostring_crashlogsave: crash log filename is /jffs/crashlog.log
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: crashFileSet: log signature invalid !
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ret 0 retlen 65536 buff <6>usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfs
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: ++++ Powering up USB blocks
May 5 07:05:01 kernel: hub 1-0:1.0: config failed, hub doesn't have any ports! (err -19)
May 5 07:05:02 kernel: Interface eth%d doesn't exist
May 5 07:05:02 kernel: could not find igs interface!
May 5 07:05:02 kernel: IGMP Query send failed
May 5 07:05:02 lldpd[1040]: cannot get ethtool link information with GLINKSETTINGS (requires 4.9+): Operation not permitted
May 5 07:05:03 kernel: <=== Deactivate Deep Green Mode
May 5 07:05:03 kernel: eth3 (Int switch port: 3) (Logical Port: 3) (phyId: b) Link Up at 100 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:04 kernel: eth1 (Int switch port: 1) (Logical Port: 1) (phyId: 9) Link Up at 10 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:04 kernel: eth2 (Int switch port: 2) (Logical Port: 2) (phyId: a) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:06 avahi-daemon[1220]: WARNING: No NSS support for mDNS detected, consider installing nss-mdns!
May 5 07:05:07 Mastiff: init
May 5 07:05:08 kernel: tfat: loading out-of-tree module taints kernel.
May 5 07:05:11 kernel: eth4 (Int switch port: 4) (Logical Port: 4) (phyId: c) Link Up at 1000 mbps full duplex
May 5 07:05:17 Diversion: Starting Entware and Diversion services on /tmp/mnt/KINGSTON32
May 5 07:05:17 S02haveged: Starting Haveged entropy /opt/etc/init.d/S02haveged
May 5 07:05:17 admin: Started haveged from /jffs/scripts/post-mount.
May 5 07:05:17 Diversion: created br0:pixelserv-tls for 10.0.0.2
May 5 07:05:18 pixelserv-tls[2420]: pixelserv-tls 2.3.1 (compiled: Apr 18 2021 13:11:49 flags: tls1_3) options: 10.0.0.2
May 5 07:05:18 Entware (armv7sf-k2.6): Started pixelserv-tls (Diversion)
May 5 07:05:18 uiDivStats: taildns not started: dnsmasq logging is disabled
May 5 07:05:19 kernel: Archer TCP Pure ACK Enabled
May 5 07:05:19 uiDivStats: /tmp/mnt/KINGSTON32 contains Entware, starting uiDivStats
May 5 07:05:19 uiDivStats: Waiting for NTP to sync...
May 5 07:05:19 Diversion: enabling services after unmount
Did you notice the date? May 5 is the default startup date before the router gets a time sync (NTP), so you might look into that first.
 

ugandy

Very Senior Member
ax88 upgrade from 386.2_2 to 386.2_6
no issues to report
 
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Sky1111

Senior Member
(AX86 + AX86U mesh, 1Gbps internet, proper wiring; the only thing running on the router is a VPN client for a specific IP address)
Folks when enable Parental Controls for specific MAC addresses to filter out adult content, it literally cripples any video calls regardless of IP or router the system connected.
- MS Teams video calls simply frozen video
- kids complained for Google meets and Zoom video problems

This is not wifi or cabling issue - as the problem seen on desktop connected with CAT8 cable directly to the main router.

P.S. I am not saying that this is a regression 386.2_6; I believe this is a generic 386 release problem.

Thoughts? anyone else having such experience?
 

Calkulin

Regular Contributor
(AX86 + AX86U mesh, 1Gbps internet, proper wiring; the only thing running on the router is a VPN client for a specific IP address)
Folks when enable Parental Controls for specific MAC addresses to filter out adult content, it literally cripples any video calls regardless of IP or router the system connected.
- MS Teams video calls simply frozen video
- kids complained for Google meets and Zoom video problems

This is not wifi or cabling issue - as the problem seen on desktop connected with CAT8 cable directly to the main router.

P.S. I am not saying that this is a regression 386.2_6; I believe this is a generic 386 release problem.

Thoughts? anyone else having such experience?

With my AX88U and AX58U node, I didn't see these issues when my daughter was using Teams for school, she had no complaints with parental controls. Have you tested with the VPN off or using a Guest SSID? Because I did see issues when using Guest 1, so all my Guest networks are on Guest 2 till a new GPL comes out and I can test again,
 

Chuckles67

Regular Contributor
AX86U dirty flash from 386.2_4 to 386.2_6 yesterday. Everything working as expected - WiFi good for both 2.4G and 5G devices.
Thanks Merlin.

UPDATE: had to reinstall Bowers & Wilkins Z2 (AirPlay) speaker to connect to the router on WiFi 2.4GHz, and reboot the router to get this working as an Airplay speaker for iOS/Mac devices: worked for a few minutes, then worked intermittently, now will not connect.
 
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Alfsu

Regular Contributor
Lost connection from some of the smart home devices after a power outage a couple of days ago in North Texas. All reconnected automatically after updating mesh clients & main router to 386.2_6 then rebooting.

All done while remotely connected from a 14 hour time zone difference; now that is what I call smooth.

Thank you @RMerlin
 

Sky1111

Senior Member
With my AX88U and AX58U node, I didn't see these issues when my daughter was using Teams for school, she had no complaints with parental controls. Have you tested with the VPN off or using a Guest SSID? Because I did see issues when using Guest 1, so all my Guest networks are on Guest 2 till a new GPL comes out and I can test again,
this impacts all devices attached, both wired and wireless. Including Google Nest and Kuna cameras.
 

Suresh

Occasional Visitor
updated to 2.6 from 2.4 last night, just had router crash restart few minutes ago. just before the crash, I see bunch of these messages:

Code:
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.303 wl1.0: wlc_ampdu_flush_scb_tid flushing 0 packets for 34:7d:f6:36:17:5d AID 36 tid 0
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.303 wl1.0: wlc_ampdu_flush_scb_tid flushing 0 packets for 34:7d:f6:36:17:5d AID 36 tid 4
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.303 wl1.0: wlc_ampdu_flush_scb_tid flushing 0 packets for 34:7d:f6:36:17:5d AID 36 tid 5
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.303 wl1.0: wlc_ampdu_flush_scb_tid flushing 0 packets for 34:7d:f6:36:17:5d AID 36 tid 6
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.303 wl1: random key value: 004316595CEA23D61312012274D85AE35D12DEA681C60256885F36F663B34C88
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.303 wl1: wlc_txbf_delete_link_serve failed for 34:7d:f6:36:17:5d
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.308 iov:SCB_DEAUTH
Jun 10 12:51:36 kernel: CONSOLE: 076551.308 iov:SCB_DEAUTH
Jun 10 12:53:35 kernel: CONSOLE: 076669.476 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f4c
Jun 10 12:53:35 kernel: CONSOLE: 076669.522 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f4c
Jun 10 12:53:35 kernel: CONSOLE: 076669.580 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f4c
Jun 10 12:53:38 kernel: CONSOLE: 076672.249 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f4c
Jun 10 12:53:38 kernel: CONSOLE: 076672.425 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f4c
Jun 10 12:53:39 kernel: CONSOLE: 076673.890 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f3c
Jun 10 12:53:40 kernel: CONSOLE: 076674.778 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f3c
Jun 10 12:53:56 kernel: CONSOLE: 076689.988 ppr_get_vht_mcs: Failed ppr_t:00454c78 BW:2 Nss:1 mode:0 TX_Chain:4 rateset:00175f4c
May  5 01:05:10 syslogd started: BusyBox v1.25.1
May  5 01:05:10 kernel: klogd started: BusyBox v1.25.1 (2021-06-06 12:34:15 EDT)
May  5 01:05:10 crashlog: LOG
 
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Dedel66

New Around Here
AX88U and AC86U dirty upgrade from 386.2_4 to 386.2_6: everything´s fine even guestnet 1 on 2.4 and 5GHz.

Great work - THX RMerlin!
 

OsoTheBear

Occasional Visitor
Dirty flash from 386.2_4 to 386.2_6 on RT-AC86U with no issues. And somehow DuckDNS is working properly again through DNS-O-Matic.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
From what previous firmware and on which router?
 

KGB7

Very Senior Member
Got a similar issue. Got an AX86U and all my 2.4GHz devices work fine on _4. Upgrade to _6 and most of them fail to connect or drop connection continually/very slow throughput/can't stream. Restarted etc etc.

Rolled back to _4 and no issues. So I respectfully disagree that it's something with my setup.
I dont have drop connections or issues with devices aren’t able to connect to router via WiFi.

After a bit of testing, ALL my devices on both WiFi bands lose internet connection around 5:28pm EST for 30 sec. As if internet stopped working for 30sec.

Looking at the logs, I don’t see anything odd. Between 5pm and 6pm, log shows Diversion blocking incoming connections and few outgoing blocked connections. But log doesn’t show any errors and why all devices lose internet at the same time. Diversion is updated. Entware packages are updated.

Furthermore, today, while watching YouTube videos, every video started at 480p. This was not an issue with previous firmwares. It wasn’t an issues yesterday. Nothing changed on my devices in the past 24 hours.

I’m still getting great down and up load speeds.
I am also seeing adds on some websites today, that weren’t there yesterday.

More testing needed.

This weekend I will nuke/reset everything and start from scratch. Firmware, router settings, Diversion, Skynet, etc.

I’ll report back if I find a solution, even if I have to revert back to previous firmware.

Could have been a bad flash, because I flashed the firmware over WiFi instead using lan cable. It does happen at times.
 
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