11-28-2017 03:18 PM
I recently purchased the WRT32x, been working 100% fine for the last 2 weeks.. But all of sudden, the last 3 days or so the Wi-Fi keeps dropping completely.
Ethernet works fine just the Wi-Fi goes out until I reset the router...
I haven't messed with anything, everything is still at default settings. Except for the SSID, password, added two port forwarding exceptions.
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11-28-2017 07:48 PM
Any wireless neighbors near by? How many? What channels are they using? Try using a manual channel on the 32x. Try single mode N on 2.4Ghz and Mixed N/AC on 5Ghz. Set WPA2 Personal and AES only and test...
11-30-2017 11:48 AM
I'm having the same exact issues. This happened about 2 days ago. Its weird if i turn off secuity I have no issues staying connected. Its when I have WPA2-PSK enabled. Also hardwired devices have no issues. I've tried changing channels, factory reset, changed network ID name. Won't stay connected unless security is turned off. Before 2 days ago I had no issues connecting. Wonder if going to an older version of firmware would help.
11-30-2017 06:37 PM
Okay, sorry for the long delay, Just tested out with changing the channels... only N etc. Even went as far and disabled 2.4 through SSH, and turned it back on and tried turning off 5 ghz.. Both scenarios the router still dropped Wifi. Ethernet works, but you cannot connect threw wireless until you reset it.
Any other ideas? Bad firmware update they pushed out?
11-30-2017 06:47 PM
Linksys pushed out firmware 1.0.171114.271 overnight. After getting that firmware, WiFi performance has gone to hell in my house. Ethernet works fine. I can't find anything on their site (seeing in their infinite wisdom they pulled the downloads page sometime ago) about this firmware. Nor can I revert back to an older firmware to test to see if that's what's causing it.
Stupid me for leaving automatic firmware updates on.
11-30-2017 07:22 PM - edited 11-30-2017 07:22 PM
I'm not dumbing down my WiFi security because Linksys has a QA department who can't run a proper test case or two on their firmware before it is released. Linksys needs to fix this NOW as they've taken a great router and made it a high tech paperweight.
11-30-2017 07:37 PM
Hmm... Anyone know if there is a alternative firmware I could flash this router with besides the custom open wrt that is on it atm?
Otherwise I may do the same and put in my old e2500 for the time being...