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Author Topic: 2.4ghz Bridge...randomly need to reboot unit? Not RESOLVED  (Read 67603 times)

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Re: 2.4ghz Bridge...randomly need to reboot unit? Not RESOLVED
« Reply #30 on: October 01, 2013, 12:57:13 PM »

Ok, so I If the 4500 and 1522 are Draft N I presume they work well together. Now if we could try the 1525 with a Cert N WiFi would be a next possible test. You have an extra cert N router? Wouldn't be interested in sending me your 1525 to test out maybe? As a suggestion.  ::) I am curious about this. I presume that I'll need more time with my current set up with the 1533 to see if anything is exhibited. I presume the 1533 is Cert N and it seems to be working with the Draft N DGL-4500 so far.  :-\

I appreciate the offer Furry, but the shipping costs would be too much.  I've reached out to D-Link and brought it up with the social team via Twitter.  We'll see what happens.

I did another test at home, by disabling the DGL-4500's wifi completely, so the only wireless connection has been from the DAP-1525 in AP mode.  I haven't had any issues or drops.   So I'm pretty convinced that the bug lies within the 1525's bridge mode firmware/software given that both the 1522 and 1525 work in AP mode just fine.  The 1522 also works great in Bridge mode picking up only the 1525's signal.

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Re: 2.4ghz Bridge...randomly need to reboot unit? Not RESOLVED
« Reply #31 on: October 01, 2013, 01:09:01 PM »

Sounds good. I've also asked D-Link to review this as well.

I couldn't get my 1533 and 4500 to exhibit any issues while in bridge mode with the 4500 on 2.4Ghz. I had my roommate watch a netflix movie one evening and he didn't see any issues.

So ya, we can rule out the 4500. Of course.  ;D

Keep us posted if you get any info on your side. If you call in, please get a case number and PM me this info.

The more we let D-Link know about this, I hope and presume they will get to reviewing it and fix it.
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