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[Official Beta release] Lyra series AiMesh beta support

Discussion in 'ASUSWRT - Official' started by Wilson_Deng, Sep 27, 2018.

  1. Wilson_Deng

    Wilson_Deng Occasional Visitor

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    Hi Everyone,

    This is the 1st beta release of Lyra series models for AiMesh support.

    Release note:
    - First beta release (based on 9.0.0.4.384 branch)
    - Work with all ASUS models with AiMesh supported.
    - Lyra series covered: Lyra(MAP-AC2200), Lyra mini(MAP-AC1300), Lyra Trio(MAP-AC1750)
    - Please follow the firmware update SOP in the link. (Please make sure factory reset after updating)

    Known issues:
    - Roaming will be a limited support function currently on Lyra Trio.
    - The beta version could run one of AiMesh mode or WiFi-SON mode, they cannot be ran together.
    - If you want to flash back to normal Lyra firmware, please follow the SOP again and download firmware from official site.

    Firmware download link:
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1MNZaImyXxk_GfWCLgw_Th6xexogETIQx?usp=sharing
     
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  3. Joseph Gan

    Joseph Gan New Around Here

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    Does this beta firmware support Ethernet backhaul with AiMesh? I could get backhaul working with standard Lyra firmware, but after flashing to this beta firmware and connecting the nodes to my AiMesh network, backhaul does not seem to work at all.
     
  4. Wilson_Deng

    Wilson_Deng Occasional Visitor

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    you can use the port nearby power slot to be WAN to the Primary LAN as Eth backhaul
     
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