11-22-2017 10:41 PM
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11-22-2017 11:45 PM
Couple of things that I noticed. In network jargons.....
1) On my managed switches, they are detected a loop issue and automatcially disabling the ports that the Velops nodes are connecting to. I will have to go into the managed switched to disable loop detections to stop this happening. Bad.
2) On my Netgear GS724T switch, where the main Velop node is connected, if I enable DOS-attack detection, the port that the Velop main nodes will always get disabled due to DOS detection. VERY BAD.
3) I am also seeing the Velop Nodes sending out lots of STP BDPU. Don't know if this is good or bad. But most of current gen giga switches are defaulting to use RSTP instead of STP. Why are the Velops using STP instead of RSTP with its gigabit interfaces......
All in all, the switches reporting a network loop issue and DOS issues with the Velop Nodes are not boding well for my confidence in them as a wireless component of my exisiting wired network!!!!! Can someone from Linksys at least explain what are wrong with the Velop nodes and give us some ETA for fixes!!!!!
Thanks for the additional detail here mlaihk have already shot this over to our engineering team.
11-23-2017 07:00 AM
I'm perhaps the only one to be happy with this new firmware version.
I have 4 nodes in Bridge mode and with the previous version I was losing my Internet connection and the network was unusable.
I had to disconnect my 4th node so to make it work.
With the new firmware my 4 nodes work perfectly and I didn't observe any behavior since the upgrade.
11-23-2017 07:21 AM