How can you tell if an AIMesh node is connected to the main router or another node (without using the app)?

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I know that the Asus Router App shows this, but I'd rather not use it. I don't like the idea of having 2 different UIs for configuring my router, I want to keep it WebUI only. So is there a way to verify that a node is not connected to another node from the WebUI? Please let me know.
 

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Click on the AiMesh tab on the left.
 

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What router? What firmware?
 

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It's an RT-AX86U with latest firmware 3.0.0.4.384_9318, and the nodes are RT-AC68Us

Here is what you can see on AiMesh 2.0 firmware that has been released for some models and is in beta here. The beta version begins with 9:

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You can also set a remote node's preferred backhaul link:

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