Questions for 2x RT-AX58U in AiMesh network

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csbalogh

New Around Here
Hello,
I have two ASUS RT-AX58U with AiMesh in my home. They are working stabile, but I have 1-2 questions:
-Guest network: I know, that with AiMesh, the only option is, that the Guest network is only on the main Router. Do we have any other options?
-How can I view the processor and memory usage for the AiMesh node - I mean from the Router app or Web UI?
-Are the WiFi settings synchronized to all of the AiMesh nodes (for example AX MU-MIMO)? I guess, that the settings are "standard" on the nodes, because I have different speeds from the QNAP TS-230 NAS (cable, Gigabit, AiMesh router) on the main router and on the node. Can I "switch on" the settings sync to the nodes, or should I set the settings manual with nvram commands?

Thank you for your help,

Csaba
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hello,
I have two ASUS RT-AX58U with AiMesh in my home. They are working stabile, but I have 1-2 questions:
-Guest network: I know, that with AiMesh, the only option is, that the Guest network is only on the main Router. Do we have any other options?
-How can I view the processor and memory usage for the AiMesh node - I mean from the Router app or Web UI?
-Are the WiFi settings synchronized to all of the AiMesh nodes (for example AX MU-MIMO)? I guess, that the settings are "standard" on the nodes, because I have different speeds from the QNAP TS-230 NAS (cable, Gigabit, AiMesh router) on the main router and on the node. Can I "switch on" the settings sync to the nodes, or should I set the settings manual with nvram commands?

Thank you for your help,

Csaba
AiMesh 2.0 in beta now has introduced guest WLAN1s across all nodes:


By design, the AiMesh router/root node manages the remote nodes. Users have hacked settings directly on the remote nodes for various reasons, but this is not normal usage.

Your speed difference could relate to a wireless uplink between the nodes (shared WiFi) and/or various other unknown factors.

OE
 

csbalogh

New Around Here
AiMesh 2.0 in beta now has introduced guest WLAN1s across all nodes:


By design, the AiMesh router/root node manages the remote nodes. Users have hacked settings directly on the remote nodes for various reasons, but this is not normal usage.

Your speed difference could relate to a wireless uplink between the nodes (shared WiFi) and/or various other unknown factors.

OE
Hello,
Thank you for your help. I will try the 2.0.
The speed difference is something else, because the 2 routers are connected via Gigabit cable. I can only imagine the settings...

Csaba
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hello,
Thank you for your help. I will try the 2.0.
The speed difference is something else, because the 2 routers are connected via Gigabit cable. I can only imagine the settings...

Csaba
Be sure to configure and confirm AiMesh 2.0 is using that Gigabit cable. AiMesh 2.0 introduces new/more control over wired backhauls.

OE
 

csbalogh

New Around Here
AiMesh 2.0 in beta now has introduced guest WLAN1s across all nodes:


By design, the AiMesh router/root node manages the remote nodes. Users have hacked settings directly on the remote nodes for various reasons, but this is not normal usage.

Your speed difference could relate to a wireless uplink between the nodes (shared WiFi) and/or various other unknown factors.

OE
Hello,
I installed the 386 RC2 on both of them, and everything work as should until now.
The only thing what I want to ask is, can I see the CPU usages of the node from the Web UI or App as for AiMesh router? Or we don't have such a feature for the nodes?

Thank you again,

Csaba
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hello,
I installed the 386 RC2 on both of them, and everything work as should until now.
The only thing what I want to ask is, can I see the CPU usages of the node from the Web UI or App as for AiMesh router? Or we don't have such a feature for the nodes?

Thank you again,

Csaba
What you see is what you get.

OE
 

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