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  1. Bummer had to remove smart connect to fix the bulb. now my bufferbloat/high ping is back on all channels tested (2.4 40hz 5.2 80hz) yarg
  2. Although I was bummed, I did a hard reset @Cabern after the firmware upgrade and that fixed it for me... it was a little painful to reconfigure everything again but it solved a ton of my bufferbloat and slow website issues.
  3. new tp-link kasa bulb only supports 2.4ghz and does not connect to 5ghz. I will test turning off smart wifi and separating the channels later. However my assumption is it cannot connect on smart since it fails on 5ghz. Anyway to prevent (with smart enabled) a device from chosing 5ghz channels when it needs 2.4ghz only?
  4. thanks! any insight where that is i dont see it on dslreports. since the new firmware on the same floor through a wall: A+/A scores (screenshot). Upstairs my upload bufferbloat is still a F/D score (200+ms) through the ceiling, possibly due to fridge or duct work idk. HOWEVER the ingame ping stabalized from 100-200ms on ultima online outlands to 40-70ms and that is fine by me:)
  5. I use HT80 (2400)... so does each user then have to manually change their overrides on advance settings? if so for ht80 on 2.4ghz and 5.2ghz what specifically do we need to set ? I am just wondering why if you change your bandwidth to 80hz, why you would manually need to adjust any "Advance settings" instead of it being in sync? Maybe I am not understanding the issue being discussed but am now worried I have it (due to bufferbloat )
  6. No ad blocker, same in chrome and edge. anywho after painfully setting static ips no new issues to report:) i think just a little qol would make it a smoother experience
  7. Can they be made to be in sync? i am confused by this post why the wireless settings when changed (80hz) why we would manually need to fix the advance settings? do we all need to this now? Can the correct settings be automated to match the wireless hz setting in next firmware ? Thanks for clarifying
  8. is it the network cable by chance? do you have cat6 or cat7 cable to test? @fiefo complete opposite for me.
  9. I have the same issue (upload spikes bufferbloat on dslreports)
  10. I tried doing a few static ips for each mac address but gave up for now its just not user friendly. it wasnt able to pickup the mac address device name for the chromebook so hopefully i got the right mac address (blank names then gave it a blank name of unknown1) a. after adding 5 devices the router crashed and i had to power cycle b. went back in added 3 devices, it crashed but recovered and i added a few items c. its super slow (takes 1-2 minutes to add then apply) each pc d. suggestion: allow to select 10+ devices at the same time to set static ips then apply instead of having to add 5-10 devices > then apply (since if it crashes its a frustrating experience) under lan setup you often end up with these errors and may need to power cycle
  11. this happened again (reset and beta firmware) with the chromebook when connecting to zoom a. internet would work b. dhcp would fail we upgraded to the new milestone non-beta firmware last night and it fixed the dhcp errors for internet but did not have a zoom class for the kid to test. hopefully its fixed but if not i will have to troubleshoot further.
  12. ya sorry was frustrated earlier. i think it was a 1 time dhcp issue on each device after the firmware update. i dont really want to spend hours configuring everything each time if it requires a firmware reset. id rather not setup complex static rules if it blows away and requires u to memorize all the static ip settings but i may just do it generically so they dont fail.
  13. honestly dont build features from 2020 if your asking us to dumb down routers to 2010 with disabling smart connect. fix smart connect in your firmware instead. the devices shouldnt be ping ponging between 2.4/5.2ghz. they are not so i dont think this is related. its not smart connect though, its something with dhcp failing after resetting the firmware after the beta update. once i forgot the network on each device, powercycled the router then reconfigured each device it was fine. that is a major pita along with a firmware reset everytime to update router firmware. i am hestiant to enable mu-mimo since my ping rate dropped 40ms... i can and see if it creeps back up poorly in games. mu-mimo is disabled by default by your firmware, if its a best practice maybe have it enabled? if not, there are articles around here telling you to keep it disabled? i think the items above are largely related to the firmware update. once everything was reset its fine but having to reset / forget each network on 15+ devices is silly.
  14. i was going to send logs... the email server setting was burried under content filtering, which is a feature i do not want to configure. possibly allow "download zip" so we can dm staff on forums the zip or send in email
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