Originally Posted by Fleksta
I just set up a refurb Linkys EA6400 in the bedroom & set it to bridge mode. The router passes ethernet just fine, but the wifi is not working.
I have it set to broadcast both the 2.4Ghz "n" & 5Ghz "ac" networks, but my laptop only sees the 2.4. It can still see the weaker 5Ghz "ac" network from the main router across the house.
When I navigate to the connectivity page, it has the 5Ghz channels in the 2.4 section, and no options to choose from in the 5Ghz section (see pics)
When I try to connect to the visible 2.4 network, it just tells me my password is incorrect.
Do I have a dud router or am I missing something?
EDIT: Not sure why the pics aren't embedded, they're in tags.
You need to remove anything after .png
Did you try the login with another browser? I think you should factory reset the firmware and to see if it's up to date.
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Last edited by 0091/2 : Apr 20, 2017 at 07:42 PM.