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Author Topic: DIR-605L as access point - weird problem  (Read 6647 times)


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DIR-605L as access point - weird problem
« on: May 25, 2020, 07:54:12 AM »

I have 3 DIR-605L routers (rev B, latest firmware, including recent security patch). One of them is working as a router, two remaining are in Access Point mode.
I have also connected copper devices to AP-mode routers (printers, raspberry pi, xbox).
All 3 routers are using same SSID, same security settings, same IP range (main router is running DHCP). Everything is working fine, except one thing: two wireless clients, connected to different Access Points, cannot see each other. Each of them can communicate to all wired devices (no matter where are they connected to), they can also talk to wireless devices connected to same access point and they can talk to router and Internet.
I connected cisco switch between these three dlinks and wireless clients MACs are properly assigned to switchports.
When I do arp -a from a wireless client, I see IP address of mentioned wireless client with MAC address (incomplete).
Any ideas?



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Re: DIR-605L as access point - weird problem
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2020, 12:33:58 PM »

ANy progress on this?  ???
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