Not super scientific I know but, I have signalcheck pro on my LG v20 phone, and can always see what im connected to. anecdotally speaking It does roam faster than then when I used to use 2 totally separate APs, but my LG still sticks longer then I like if were doing a Voip call. To try and put a number on it ill say it switches twice as easy.And how is your roaming?
Was the "heavy" load using all your internet connection bandwidth in either direction?JOn the otherhand the QoS has an issue, with consistent heavy load with a device on the highest slot, the internet died for every device other than the one in the highest slot after 45 min. with out anything in the QoS engine I haven't had any problems.
no not even close I have 30/300 and it was video live streaming so like 5mbps max up, heavy as in solid continuous (wife is a LuLaRoe consultant and does live sales all the time). When it happened the router admin page was unresponsive as well.Was the "heavy" load using all your internet connection bandwidth in either direction?
FW would be 1.01 release mid september.What FW version are you using currently?
Whats the Mfr and model if your ISP modem?
Was a factory reset performed before and after loading any FW updates then set up from scratch? Don't load any saved config files...
FW would be 1.01 release mid september.
cable modem is a netgear CM600
and no I didnt factory reset the new router.
BTW the the guy representing dlink in the covr forum has the screen name "FurryNutz".... real professional dlink.
Names been changed back, I don't really need to call attention to any more as the point is apparently missed and no doesn't effect me.Ok, let us know next time. There is a FW update process on the D-Link forums that works well for there routers. I've used it and helps for FW updates.
Well maybe might matter to you. I don't think it really matter to him or anyone else. Why don't you go post there about if your so offended by it. He's providing help and information for anyone. And I don't think he's getting paid either. A lot of us don't get paid. We volunteer our time and efforts in helping others and router manufactures. I'm sure if D-Link had a problem with it, they might ask him to change it already. Since he's been there a while now, Probably not. Everyone has opinions and entitled to them and they and post were ever. Life goes on.