AXE 16000 Aimesh problem with AX92U

Alexgee

New Around Here
I got my AXE 16000 about a month already, everything look great and run perfectly individually. But I do have problem to set this up as aimesh with a pair of AX92U. The 5GHZ-2 supposed to be the main backhaul channel, but it constantly dropping out and turn to channel 0, and the aimesh with connect to 2.4ghz. Does anyone in here has solution for it or any suggestion?
Previously I am using the only pair of AX92U on aimesh and have no problem at all. And also I can run the AX92U on repeater mode that connect to AXE16000 without any issue.
 

Alexgee

New Around Here
any help here?? I try again aimesh today on my AXE16000 with the pair of AX92U, it crashed every 2 hours, I have put it back on repeater mode
 

HadiNZ

New Around Here
I got my AXE 16000 about a month already, everything look great and run perfectly individually. But I do have problem to set this up as aimesh with a pair of AX92U. The 5GHZ-2 supposed to be the main backhaul channel, but it constantly dropping out and turn to channel 0, and the aimesh with connect to 2.4ghz. Does anyone in here has solution for it or any suggestion?
Previously I am using the only pair of AX92U on aimesh and have no problem at all. And also I can run the AX92U on repeater mode that connect to AXE16000 without any issue.
Have you found any solution yet? I'm having the exact same problem. So annoying
 

Lax

Occasional Visitor
I got my AXE 16000 about a month already, everything look great and run perfectly individually. But I do have problem to set this up as aimesh with a pair of AX92U. The 5GHZ-2 supposed to be the main backhaul channel, but it constantly dropping out and turn to channel 0, and the aimesh with connect to 2.4ghz. Does anyone in here has solution for it or any suggestion?
Previously I am using the only pair of AX92U on aimesh and have no problem at all. And also I can run the AX92U on repeater mode that connect to AXE16000 without any issue.
AI Mesh is buggy in old Asus firmware and even in Merlin's firmware. Update to the latest Asus firmware released on Sep 13 2022 should fix your issue.
 

BiggShooter

Regular Contributor
Have you found any solution yet? I'm having the exact same problem. So annoying
I've had this problem for many months! I'm using the ASUS GT-AX11000 with four ASUS ZenWiFi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes. Almost daily, the Mesh nodes will switch from 5GHz to 2.4Ghz. I currently have the latest Merlin FW installed on the ASUS GT-AX11000 and the last ASUS FW installed on the four ASUS ZenWiFi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes. I'm not sure what else to do, other than remove the ASUS ZenWifi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes from my home networking configuration and trash them! I'm not sure switching from the latest Merlin FW version to the ASUS FW version will solve the problem. I'll wait to see if others have tried it before I switch.
 

Alexgee

New Around Here
I've had this problem for many months! I'm using the ASUS GT-AX11000 with four ASUS ZenWiFi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes. Almost daily, the Mesh nodes will switch from 5GHz to 2.4Ghz. I currently have the latest Merlin FW installed on the ASUS GT-AX11000 and the last ASUS FW installed on the four ASUS ZenWiFi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes. I'm not sure what else to do, other than remove the ASUS ZenWifi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes from my home networking configuration and trash them! I'm not sure switching from the latest Merlin FW version to the ASUS FW version will solve the problem. I'll wait to see if others have tried it before I switch.
I have put both of my AX92U as a repeater and bridge mode and working for a month without any issue. I will wait for asus to fix the issue before switching back to mesh mode.
 

HadiNZ

New Around Here
I've had this problem for many months! I'm using the ASUS GT-AX11000 with four ASUS ZenWiFi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes. Almost daily, the Mesh nodes will switch from 5GHz to 2.4Ghz. I currently have the latest Merlin FW installed on the ASUS GT-AX11000 and the last ASUS FW installed on the four ASUS ZenWiFi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes. I'm not sure what else to do, other than remove the ASUS ZenWifi AX (XT8) Mesh nodes from my home networking configuration and trash them! I'm not sure switching from the latest Merlin FW version to the ASUS FW version will solve the problem. I'll wait to see if others have tried it before I switch.
I've tried both firmwares and still doing the same thing. It is ridiculous having this amount of problems with latest product from Asus. Wish I never went for this router, my AX1100 was superb and not a single issues in past few years.
 

cardmaster

New Around Here
I managed to run my nodes with “great quality link”(5Ghz). I have 2 ax92u as nodes connected to axe16000. I’m using latest stock firmware atm cos I heard that merlin one not discovering new aimesh nodes yet? Anyway, after adding ax92u’s as nodes I turned on smart connect in ‘wireless general’. Option called ‘aimesh wireless backhaul’ appeared in 5ghz-2 section which I’ve set this up as “use as backhaul connection” and channel bandwidth to 80mhz - saved and voila
 

Alexgee

New Around Here
I managed to run my nodes with “great quality link”(5Ghz). I have 2 ax92u as nodes connected to axe16000. I’m using latest stock firmware atm cos I heard that merlin one not discovering new aimesh nodes yet? Anyway, after adding ax92u’s as nodes I turned on smart connect in ‘wireless general’. Option called ‘aimesh wireless backhaul’ appeared in 5ghz-2 section which I’ve set this up as “use as backhaul connection” and channel bandwidth to 80mhz - saved and voila
Are you able to stay connect at 5ghz with smart connect turn off? I manage to get it to work as you describe with the old firmware as well, but it drops out to 2ghz after 2 days
 

cardmaster

New Around Here
Are you able to stay connect at 5ghz with smart connect turn off? I manage to get it to work as you describe with the old firmware as well, but it drops out to 2ghz after 2 days
Unfortunately not, after turning smart connect off its drop down to 2.4GhZ (weak link quality)
 

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