YazFi YazFi and AiMesh 2.0

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Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
Thanks to a very generous forum member (I'll let them decide if they're happy for me to name them :D) I now have an RT-AC68U. This means I can in-house test my scripts on an non-HND router (since I previously only had access to my RT-AC86U), as well as setting it up as an AiMesh node. This means I can investigate if YazFi can be integrated with the Guest Network syncing feature present in AiMesh 2.0 (or not)

I don't have an ETA on when I'll have any results, but work won't properly start until 386.x is finalised and released. I don't want to spend time on Beta firmware when my plethora of other scripts need updating!
 

abracadabra11

Regular Contributor
That's fantastic! Anxiously awaiting 386 release and script testing. Thank you for everything you do for our community.
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
Since guest 1 seems to have a lot of problems, I'm holding off for any upstream changes from Asus. My non-expert opinion is that their VLAN implementation to sync Guest 1 to nodes doesn't play nicely with hardware acceleration, and throws "protocol is buggy" in the logs
 

SubNoize

New Around Here
Since guest 1 seems to have a lot of problems, I'm holding off for any upstream changes from Asus. My non-expert opinion is that their VLAN implementation to sync Guest 1 to nodes doesn't play nicely with hardware acceleration, and throws "protocol is buggy" in the logs
what do you suggest for those of us who have used your develop branch?
 

Jack Yaz

Part of the Furniture
what do you suggest for those of us who have used your develop branch?
it's fine to use, just that i won't be adding YazFi support for AiMesh nodes as soon as I'dhoped
 

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