AX88U - one client dropping from clients list

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Damit1

Occasional Visitor
Hi there

So lately started an issue for me, which one client- HARDWIRED, i have 2 more hardwired device without any problem.
That device only lately has started to disappear from online clients list.
Now, I have reset it, switched cable and even ETH port but none- it appears and disappear.
The weird thing is, once it is allegedly offline (because it is not online, so it appears) the device still working.
There is a solid connection EVEN while it shows offline.
Once it really reboot the log shows it as should- port is down and then Up.

means it is probably a UI bug, but I wanted to make sure if someone occurred such thing.
It was not like that before.
 

Grtman

New Around Here
I’ve got same issue on a AX86U. In my case an LG TV hardwired into the router via Netgear 100mBs switch works fine and the TV shows the IP address assigned by the router; but the router client list shows no sign of it. Not an issue but irritating! I thought I would assign it a fixed IP address but I can’t do that if it’s not on the client list!?
 

njf

New Around Here
I’ve got same issue on a AX86U. In my case an LG TV hardwired into the router via Netgear 100mBs switch works fine and the TV shows the IP address assigned by the router; but the router client list shows no sign of it. Not an issue but irritating! I thought I would assign it a fixed IP address but I can’t do that if it’s not on the client list!?
I am not an expert in these things but can't you assign an IP address in your LG TV network setup?
 

cooloutac

Senior Member
I’ve got same issue on a AX86U. In my case an LG TV hardwired into the router via Netgear 100mBs switch works fine and the TV shows the IP address assigned by the router; but the router client list shows no sign of it. Not an issue but irritating! I thought I would assign it a fixed IP address but I can’t do that if it’s not on the client list!?
I'm on merlin firmware so not sure if different, but you can put the mac and assign an ip in the DHCP settings page. which is essentially what mac and ip address binding do automatically.
 

Damit1

Occasional Visitor
I’ve got same issue on a AX86U. In my case an LG TV hardwired into the router via Netgear 100mBs switch works fine and the TV shows the IP address assigned by the router; but the router client list shows no sign of it. Not an issue but irritating! I thought I would assign it a fixed IP address but I can’t do that if it’s not on the client list!?
A bug in the last FW.
Moved to 386 beta, works like a charm.
 

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