Asus RT-AC66U Gigabit Dual Band Wireless AC1750 Router (comes with latest firmware)
Lightly used for 5-6 months awesome perfect Mint condition router with VPN functionality DDWRT etc. etc.
comes with original box and accessories
I've just moved into a new house, and I'm trying to get the network setup to be the best I can.
Currently my ISP supplies a router that I need to use, and that only provides a single port for the internal network to use. It is mounted in a small cabinet with metal walls, together with a patch panel where single cat6 cables run to various rooms in the house.
I have this router. There recently was a huge thunderstorm which resulted in service loss for a few days. Yesterday, the Cable company called to say that the internet was fixed, but the router was unable to connect. We tried many things such as rebooting both the router and the modem, but none of the tries worked.
I recently set up an Asus RT-AC66U for a friend and have noticed that from time to time the router will crash and reboot. It is running the latest firmware (188.8.131.52.374_979) running a mostly stock configuration (with exception to the guest wifi networks) and at times it just crashes and reboots on its own. Has anyone seen this happening with the RT-AC66U? If so, what was the root cause?
I'm running a Linksys WRT54GL router from my CentOS-7 home server.
Every now and then (maybe once every 2 days) the router's WiFi cuts out,
and I've found no way to solve this except to disconnect the power
from the router, wait 10 seconds and then re-connect.
This always works.
The router is running under dd-wrt.
My question is - which makes it a tiny bit CentOS-related -
does anyone with such a