You are advised to "defer" Asus' choice in the matter, like someone said on page 2.@ASUSWRT_2020
I also forgot to mention the other day, I checked my nodes for a temperature reading, I had two nodes travelling around 86C, with the exception of one node, which was at 101C.
What have ASUS changed other than "CPU Wait", to cause such a large variation in temperatures in this public release firmware?
With these temperature increases, which may lead/cause a total failure of a router, is/are ASUS willing to replace the router (free of charge), because of a faulty firmware, which is causing these temperature increases?
Or is a router running in excess of 100c, 24/7 ok?
Please enlighten us all, as to why ASUS may think these excessive temperatures are considered ok, by previous firmware releases?
We all await your response.
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