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stephan1827

New Around Here
I have a ZenWIFI AX mesh network, and everything was running smooth until I added an additional RT-AX55. The network runs ok but I get tons of these log entries. Does anybody know what they mean?


Code:
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_intf(1080): eth6: intf check failed for chanspec: 0xe972
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_bgnoise(1500): eth6: bgnoise check failed for chanspec: 0xe972
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_txop(1758): eth6: txop check failed for chanspec: 0xe972
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_intf(1080): eth6: intf check failed for chanspec: 0xea72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_bgnoise(1500): eth6: bgnoise check failed for chanspec: 0xea72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_txop(1758): eth6: txop check failed for chanspec: 0xea72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_intf(1080): eth6: intf check failed for chanspec: 0xeb72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_bgnoise(1500): eth6: bgnoise check failed for chanspec: 0xeb72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_txop(1758): eth6: txop check failed for chanspec: 0xeb72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_intf(1080): eth6: intf check failed for chanspec: 0xec72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_bgnoise(1500): eth6: bgnoise check failed for chanspec: 0xec72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_txop(1758): eth6: txop check failed for chanspec: 0xec72
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_intf(1080): eth6: intf check failed for chanspec: 0xe07a
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_bgnoise(1500): eth6: bgnoise check failed for chanspec: 0xe07a
Aug 10 20:40:00 acsd: acs_candidate_score_txop(1758): eth6: txop check failed for chanspec: 0xe07a
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
The router is looking for "better" channels to use but it doesn't have that information yet. These messages normally appear shortly after the router has rebooted but disappear after a few hours.
 

stephan1827

New Around Here
That messages were coming for almost 24h, I disabled 160 MHz and that seems to resolve the issue. I may lose some bandwidth but I dont think thats a major issue.
 

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