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Ninko

Regular Contributor
Hi,
Just wondering if I should change any of these settings to get the most out of my network?

Any opinions?

Thanks

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Tucu

Regular Contributor
Then Modulation Scheme should probably be set to the MCS 11 on both bands.
You might want to consider if you want Roaming Assistant enabled; if you only have one router/AP it might be better to let the clients stay connected even below -70dBm RSSI.
 

Ninko

Regular Contributor
Then Modulation Scheme should probably be set to the MCS 11 on both bands.
You might want to consider if you want Roaming Assistant enabled; if you only have one router/AP it might be better to let the clients stay connected even below -70dBm RSSI.
I have the RT-AX88U as the main router and a RT-AX58U as a node
 

BreakingDad

Senior Member
I would turn off Enable TX Bursting , unless you happen to have anything that is a G device.
I would turn off Enable WMM APSD unless you are concerned about the 1 cent a year it saves.
I am sceptical about using roaming assistant as well, anything that disconnects devices is sketchy imo.
 

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