We won't know if current 82072 auto updates until it does.Can the A in FAUPGRADE or auto be an indication of any such setting?
[FAUPGRADE][auto_firmware_check6510)]no need to upgrade firmware
I clean installed my 2xRT-AC8U AiMesh Saturday and just finished tractor mowing a 2-acre lawn that encircles both nodes, while streaming TuneIn over a 2.4 mobile client.... not one network glitch... farthest points are nearly 300' and switch from node to node. That's been my gold standard.I'm not seeing much discussion beyond the auto-update behavior. I guess this firmware is pretty good other than the auto-update behavior?
Yeah you are correct. Btw it is off topic I know, but can anyone confirm that this stock firmware has hardware acceleration enabled for OpenVPN (AES 256 GCM)?We won't know if current 82072 auto updates until it does.
Meanwhile, some here may be confusing auto firmware check (all Asus router firmware does this) with auto firmware update. They are not the same thing.
I had seen this article but it is from 2 years ago and I guess it was because of openvpn 2.3.2.AFAIK, AES-NI cannot be turned on or off in the SoC. If the hardware has it, it will be used.
Maybe try testing setting up a new VPN to rule out one or the other?
I have so far not had much luck in restoring the server settings, but yes worth a try .To test, save your current OpenVPN server settings, reset the OpenVPN server to defaults and reconfigure with more 'sane' values.
What year and country is on your router label?After the last automatic update on the 17th, my internet connection is unstable. Several devices on the network lose the ability to browse the internet, although the internet signal on the modem indicates that the connection is stable.
During the "downtime" time, I can't even access the router's administration console.
Thank you for your interest in resolving the issue. I will try what you said.What year and country is on your router label?
I would Restore w/Initialize from the webUI and then configure from scratch... then troubleshoot, if any.
Some points...Thank you for your interest in resolving the issue. I will try what you said.
Made in China. Bought at the official store in Brazil. Year of router: 2018
I don't think I've ever updated his firmware before.
When wifi communication fails, the following code appears in the log (attached file), do you have any tips on what may be happening? (mac modified for security reasons)
This thread is not discussing your equipment, but if you read it, you should not be confused about your auto update experience.wtf have 2 RT-AC88U and they updated auto to Version 126.96.36.199.385.20631, any way to disable the Auto Update, Both of the Routers never do some Auto Update before.
Apparently not , you could block asus servers via firewall (not sure of any other impact on router) , switch to Merlin he doesn't auto update (n.b. Asus seem to switch it off and on when presumably they feel its necessary)wtf have 2 RT-AC88U and they updated auto to Version 188.8.131.52.385.20631, any way to disable the Auto Update, Both of the Routers never do some Auto Update before.