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RT-AC88U 2.4Ghz issues with 384.7

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by Webfeger, Oct 13, 2018 at 7:29 AM.

  1. Webfeger

    Webfeger New Around Here

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    Hello,
    after updating to 384.7 all 2.4 Wifi connections dropping after few minutes.

    in 384.6 there was same issues but it works stable with follow settings:

    Wireless Mode: N only
    Channel bandwith: 40 Mhz
    Modulation Scheme: Up too MCS 7
    Multi-User MIMO: Disable

    i already tried to change settings but no luck in 384.7. So i take a downgrade to 384.6
     
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  3. agilani

    agilani Senior Member

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    Disable airtime fairness, disable all beamfoming, and set the channel manually to 1, 6, or 11 depending on which has the least interference. change the channel bandwidth back to 20 as forcing 40 is likely to cause interference. Use 5ghz band if you want to use 40/80 Mhz bandwidth.

    Give that a try and let us know how it worked out.
     
  4. Webfeger

    Webfeger New Around Here

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    Hello,
    now it seems to work with your settings.
    thanks!!
     
  5. agilani

    agilani Senior Member

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    you are quite welcome! glad it worked out
     
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