No matter what I try for WAN sensing - DNS Probe / Ping / Disable - WAN status is always 'disabled'. Is there anything I can try or look at to isolate the isssue?
|Allowing Incoming WAN Connections for WireGuard Client Listed in Director||Asuswrt-Merlin||5|
|M||Day light savings, 68U USB WAN lost connection||Asuswrt-Merlin||4|
|Slow WAN with VPN Director turned on||Asuswrt-Merlin||5|
|Low wan speed with VPN director enabled||Asuswrt-Merlin||0|
|N||VPN-director route all trafic via WAN, and several networks via VPN||Asuswrt-Merlin||4|
|J||MTU settings — do changes in WAN MTU settings apply to OVPN configs?||Asuswrt-Merlin||1|
|Route only specific ports and hosts via VPN. All other traffic via WAN. (Asuswrt-Merlin)||Asuswrt-Merlin||0|
|A||WAN DNS Setting DNS order Server1 / Server2||Asuswrt-Merlin||14|
|Asus router suggestion for >1200Mbps via WAN port (Comcast)||Asuswrt-Merlin||57|
|O||WiFi clients lose WAN since updating AX86U to 388.1||Asuswrt-Merlin||1|
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