Latest Beta Firmwares for DSL-AC51 to DSL-N66U incl. DSL-AC750

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  • #11641
    osman
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    I think the stability got worse when I made the adjustment you said

    #11642
    UK Sentinel
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    I think the stability got worse when I made the adjustment you said

    That is a shame, turn back on G.inp, is the DSL cable between your ASUS and wall socket new ?

    Also, try enabling bitswap and see if that helps ?

    I still think you have a physical wiring problem, like a fault on your DSL line outside your home ?

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11646
    osman
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    Let me tell you as follows: The box on the distribution pole between the fiber panel and the neighborhood and the cable coming from there are directly connected to my modem. Next to this pole is a street lamp, that is, an electric pole. I have traveled and read a lot here and as far as I understand, this can be effective and I will post your picture here tomorrow for your viewing. I’ll try the setting you said. I hope the translation hasn’t been bad.The cable coming from the pole was changed 3 months ago. I’m adding a similar cable. There are 4 of them in it.

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    #11651
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    Let me tell you as follows: The box on the distribution pole between the fiber panel and the neighborhood and the cable coming from there are directly connected to my modem. Next to this pole is a street lamp, that is, an electric pole. I have traveled and read a lot here and as far as I understand, this can be effective and I will post your picture here tomorrow for your viewing. I’ll try the setting you said. I hope the translation hasn’t been bad.The cable coming from the pole was changed 3 months ago. I’m adding a similar cable. There are 4 of them in it.

    Translation good

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11652
    sam
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    Hi,

    @ DSL-N55U_C1

    all old beta firmwares  until the latest one v9.1.2.3_925

    having this notification (A new version of firmware is now available)

    but when click on (update now) it say(Fail to grab release note)

    then on flashing it say invalid firmware and reboot

    the router working normal after reboot

    any way its not effect any thing

    #11655
    byrallier
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    I can confirm now on my AC55U upgraded to public release from latest beta firmware :)

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    I can confirm now on my AC55U upgraded to public release from latest beta firmware :)

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11657
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    Hi, @ DSL-N55U_C1 all old beta firmwares until the latest one v9.1.2.3_925 having this notification (A new version of firmware is now available) but when click on (update now) it say(Fail to grab release note) then on flashing it say invalid firmware and reboot the router working normal after reboot any way its not effect any thing

    I am sure nothing has been lost and should work as normal, (do not update again) I will drop ASUS an email and see what they believe the problem is ?

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11675
    sam
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    its better when using beta firmwares – the auto update checking to be disabled by default

    but another issue with wireless (2.4 Enabled , 5 Hz Disabled) —– screenshot (1-default wireless settings)

    when one device is connected to wireless from long distance (ex: 2nd floor) —– screenshot(2-Connected Devices)

    the system log spam (flush one!) —– screenshot (3-System Log)

    I was able to fix this by edit wireless General settings (4-edited wireless settings) any Control Channel could work better than auto

    and i think its normal !

     

    #11683
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    That is good news that you fixed the (flush one!) log message by choosing any non Auto wifi channel

    If you can send a feedback form via ASUS router and explain problem and hopefully they will look at this log error message also for Auto .

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11685
    Grisu
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    SSID should not contain special caracters, often a problem.

    Is there a reason not to use ch. 12/13 (with auto) in your country?

    #11686
    boyelroy
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    DSL-AC51  model itself is turns 858 too.

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    DSL-AC51 model itself is turns 858 too.

    Thanks for information, I will add model DSL-AC51  to list for ASUS to look at 

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11689
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    @sam as @Grisu suggested, try changing your SSID to normal characters and see if this helps ?


    @Grisu

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #11726
    sam
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    using ch. 12/13 (auto)

    the only issue with old laptop Dell (N5110 – Dell Wireless 1702) Windows 10 some times not connecting or having unstable connection

    tested another router model its the same (only on windows 10) – and most times when (Hide SSID Enabled)

    that’s why i don’t use 12/13

    i will change SSID to  normal characters and see about it

    thanks

    Edit: after a few hours testing with normal characters and auto channel excluding (12-13) here is screenshot for logs

    now every device report one or two time : flush one!

    but the devices with long distance from router more than that

    note : Qos Disabled

    one more thing when Enable Qos (Bandwidth Limiter): log showing this

    2021-01-29 10:46:54 kernel: HTB: quantum of class 10001 is big. Consider r2q change.
    2021-01-29 10:46:54 kernel: HTB: quantum of class 20001 is big. Consider r2q change.

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