After many updates, app still identifies certain clients as "wired clients" even when they were wireless. Using AC3200 router with latest firmware. Basically, after a wireless client disconnects, the app/router displays it as a CONNECTED WIRED client, even though its NOT CONNECTED at all. Even tried latest Merlin firmware, same issue... Will re-rate when issue is fixed. In ASUSWRT admin wired/wireless clients, it shows the same bug. You said you found the root cause, so where's the fix already?!
**UPDATE** They messed up the Guest Network feature by changing it to only allow a few fixed time limits. Three hours is the max. I use the guest network when people sleep over and now I can choose higher time limits. I want to be able to set it to 12 or 24 hours and can't now without using the laptop. This is my most frequently used feature in the app. ********** This app is working perfectly with my RT-AC68U router. New updates have improved features, and the minor complaints I had when I first loaded it have all been addressed.
The app is nice. I can do quick settings checks or minor changes that I need to do. However, for some time now I am unable to get the devices to load. That was one of the features that I enjoyed. I liked being able to do a quick glance at signal and ip address to devices on my network. Please fix.
I have the RT-AC66U router. It shows 'wireless' devices as 'wired' when they're turned off while the app is still on. I have to open the browser version (while the app is still on in the background) and 'View List' for my Client's to update here in the app. Pull down refresh in the app doesn't work. I'm using this on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S & Moto X Play. My router's firmware is up to date. Having to use the browser defeats the purpose of this. Hope it gets fixed. And the newest update did nothing to fix these issues
Great app. One problem: it doesn't show any connected devices at all, while the web management page does show them. RT-AC87U used in bridge mode. Running latest firmware on router.
Connected to my WiFi over 5ghz and couldn't detect either of my routers. Saw a comment about guest networks only working on 2ghz so tried switching over from 5gh to 2ghz (NOTE: I have no guest networks enabled - just normal ones) and it started working (after I manually installed a firmware update) but that's poor... Why does it matter which frequency I use and, if it's a current limitation, why isn't it documented?
- Support GT-AC5300
- Bug fix of Login
- Bug fix of Remote Connection feature
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