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maylyn 18-03-2015 07:16 PM

[Maylyn's Review] ASUS RT-AC3200 Router
 
This thread serve as a channel thread and related for the ASUS Tri-Band Wireless-AC3200 Gigabit Router and my personal take on it.

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What is ASUS Tri-Band Wireless-AC3200 Gigabit Router?

It's a

~ Ultra-fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi router with a combined tri-band data rate of 3200 Mbps for smooth up to 4K/UHD video playback, ultra-fast file-sharing for large files and low-latency online gaming.

~ Tri-Band Smart Connect automatically selects the fastest of the three available frequency bands for each device, based on the device’s speed, signal strength and how busy each band is.

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~ Built-in USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports for up to 10-times faster data transfers to USB storage devices, printer sharing, and 3G/4G dongle support.

~ ASUSWRT graphical user interface for easy, CD-free 30-second setup and hassle-free advanced network control.

~ AiProtection with Trend Micro with triple-strength total network security, plus robust parental controls and privacy protection.

~ ASUS AiCloud 2.0 lets you access, sync, share and stream your files anywhere, on any internet-connected device.

~ Usual RMerlin-ASUSWRT firmware support.

Read more ~> Networking - RT-AC3200 - ASUS

First firmware has been released as well.

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Specifications overview

1). CPU ~ Broadcom BCM4709A0 (2 cores @ 1GHz)
2). WiFi ~ 3x Broadcom BCM43602
3). Memory ~ 256 MB DDR3 RAM (128MB firmware flash)
4). Antenna ~ 6 x External dual-band detachable Antenna
5). Operating Frequency ~ 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz (concurrent)
6). Data Rate ~ 802.11b: up to 11Mbps, 802.11a/g: up to 54Mbps, 802.11n : up to 450Mbps, TurboQAM (2.4GHz): up to 600Mbps, 802.11ac (5GHz): up to 2.6Gbps between both bands
7). Interface Type ~ 1 x RJ45 WAN, 4 x Gigabit LAN Ports, 1 x USB 3.0 Port, 1 x USB2.0 Port
8). Button ~ Power on/off Button
9). Reset Button ~ Push for 5 seconds to restore factory setting
10). WPS Button ~ Push for 5 seconds to enter WPS mode

Dummy ASUS RT-AC3200 WebUI

@ ~> ASUS Wireless Router RT-AC3200 - Network Map

maylyn 18-03-2015 07:19 PM

Times flies since ASUS has announced the ASUS RT-AC3200 during Computex Taiwan 2014 and during the ASUS SG Networking 2014 Event.

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And finally the day has arrived for us to savor what the ASUS RT-3200 is all about ^^

ASUS RT-AC3200

Do note that the package for ASUS RT-3200 for APAC region will be different, as this is a North America packaging.

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Actual ASUS RT-AC3200

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Joining one of my many ASUS routers' family

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maylyn 18-03-2015 07:19 PM

ASUS AC3200 Overview

Front

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Back

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What's inside?

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Image Credits ~ www.smallbuilder.com

Features

ASUSWRT and RMerlin AC3200 firmware support.

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AiProtection powered by Trend Micro

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AiCloud

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maylyn 18-03-2015 07:20 PM

LAN - Wired - Performance

Nothing new, it's more than capable in delivering the symmetrical 1Gbps anytime of the day.

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Unless if you have looking to get more like this? ;) :s12:

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Storage Performance – USB 3.0

From ASUS internal USB 3.0 runs shows superior USB 3.0 transfers performance.

USB 3.0 interference disabled 30GB BD file

Write ~ NTFS

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Read - NTFS

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Citing what Tim Higgins - Managing Editor of smallnetbuilder.com say regarding their ASUS AC3200 review on the USB3.0 performance.

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Quote:

ASUS seems to have overcome its problems with getting good USB 3.0 storage performance, to take the lead spot with 56 MB/s NTFS writes and 87 MB/s reads with USB 3.0. Note I had to disable the Reducing USB 3.0 interference setting in the 2.4 GHz wireless "Professional" settings that is enabled by default to get these results. It looks like ASUS reaps the benefit of some Broadcom storage driver tweaking to beat NETGEAR's R8000, which had held the lead. I still don't know why Linksys' EA9200 results are so low; they never got back to me with an explanation.
Full ASUS RT-AC3200 smallnetbuilder review ~> http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...outer-reviewed

maylyn 18-03-2015 07:20 PM

Reserved ~~~~

maylyn 18-03-2015 07:21 PM

Reserved ~~~~~

maylyn 18-03-2015 07:21 PM

Performance/Wireless

trichard 18-03-2015 09:28 PM

Review can find everywhere........ more important is what sort of problem it has and how to resolve it or have to bear with it until AC3200 Version 2 ?

renfred89 18-03-2015 11:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92628195)
Review can find everywhere........ more important is what sort of problem it has and how to resolve it or have to bear with it until AC3200 Version 2 ?

Dont scare maylyn leh.. He usually comes out with fantastic user reviews. Most importantly he has alot of pictures.. Hahas

maylyn 19-03-2015 04:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92628195)
Review can find everywhere........ more important is what sort of problem it has and how to resolve it or have to bear with it until AC3200 Version 2 ?

Why should there be any ASUS AC3200 version 2? :s22: :D

All current AC3200 routers in the market (i.e. ASUS AC3200, NetGear X8000 and Linksys EA9200) all uses the same Broadcom BCM4709A 1GHz - CPU and Broadcom BCM43602 (2.4GHz, 2x5GHz) same Broadcom SDK and same Broadcom wireless drivers as per se.

So what currently some handful of NA AC3200 users are experiencing (5GHz disconnection?) as mentioned by Tim's Higgins AC3200 review is partially due the smart connect changes connections too often, causing disconnects and ASUS has make changes to the Smart Connect to further enhance the 5GHz connectivity stability and will continue to do so and providing a full smart connect suite for one to utilise.

Current workaround is to disable the Smart Connect and manually assign the respective 5GHz-1 and 5GHz-2.

Quote:

ASUS RT-AC3200 Firmware version 3.0.0.4.378.4145

Security related
- Upgrade OpenSSL library to 1.0.0q
- Upgrade TrendMicro engine

Modifications
- Adjusted Smart connect variable
- Modified QIS process
- Enlarged IPv6 ARP cache
Some comments from the smallnetbuilder forum AC3200 thread

Quote:

Originally Posted by jerry6, post: 172743, member: 3728
That would be nice , though seems to be working well without smart on . So far 4 days running no drops of wireless , no reboots , no complaints from anyone in the house about connection , streaming or slow connection . And I'm getting a signal in places none of the other routers , so no complaints

From ~> http://www.snbforums.com/threads/asu...20#post-172870

Quote:

Originally Posted by hackintoshsr, post: 172865, member: 23761
Mine is very stable with smart connect off. Range is ok. I just wish the smart connect feature worked, but I guess in the end I am happy with finally having a stable router (coming from 87u) . I did read 87u is much more stable now but oh well.

From ~> http://www.snbforums.com/threads/asu...20#post-172865

Quote:

Originally Posted by qsyang, post: 172870, member: 24027
Mine has been pretty stable as of late. Reverted back to stock .4145, did the reset to factory default and the whole nine yards. Two days without any drops while leaving the Key Refresh as the default of 3600, and now another 3 days since changing it to 0. So far so good, again Smart Connect is off.

From ~> http://www.snbforums.com/threads/asu...20#post-172870

So has any of the other vendors AC3200 done the same? Some will say that NetGear doesn't have 5GHz disconnection even their Smart Connect is enabled because they uses very conservative Smart Connect implementation as good as none.

Let me talk about it more on my wireless part of the review :D

maylyn 22-03-2015 01:38 AM

I was make aware of whether does ASUS AC3200 work with SingTel Fiber 500Mbps and under which requires VLAN tagging (SingTel profiles or manual).

Yes, it's working properly as intended on the latest AC3200 firmware (4145) and i'm even running on earliest firmware (3192) that is not make available on VQ 1 Gbps @ 940+Mbps up/940Mbps down.

SingTel Fiber 300M on AC3200 4145 firmware

Look @ my SingTel IP, it's identical.

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VQ 1Gbps

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maylyn 22-03-2015 02:00 AM

Smallnetbuilder has posted a very good write up on ASUS RT-AC3200 smart connect is all about :) :D

Please head over to take a look if you have gotten an ASUS RT-AC3200.

@ ~> ASUS RT-AC3200 Smart Connect: The Missing Manual - SmallNetBuilder

trichard 22-03-2015 02:28 AM

For AC3200 , is Beamforming on for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz ? How about the setting for interval ? need to set to Zero ?

AC87 have reached a stable state now - Disable BF , 0 for interval .

maylyn 22-03-2015 03:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92692742)
For AC3200 , is Beamforming on for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz ? How about the setting for interval ? need to set to Zero ?

AC87 have reached a stable state now - Disable BF , 0 for interval .

Default AC3200 Explicit beamforming, Universal Beamforming + Network Key Rotation Interval is enabled.

I can't say for sure whether the AC3200 will be experiencing the same kind of 5GHz connection that an AC87 user is experiencing at times, do bear in mind that the AC3200 is using Broadcom BCM43602 to power the 5GHz rather than the Quantenna QSR1000 in the case of AC87.

So far, some of the WiFi disconnections (before AC3200 4145 firmware) i have experienced are caused by the Smart connect (5GHz-1 and 5GHz-2) and Tri-band smart connection (2.4GHz, 5GHz-1 and 5GHz-2) as a result of too much dynamic switching.

As for AC3200 4145 firmware, ASUS have make some critical changes to the dwell time from 1800 seconds to 3600 seconds to prevent the STA from being steered for an hour.

I have yet to arrive to any conclusion (haven't really give the 4145 firmware a thorough run) whether does the both Beamforming and Network Key Rotation Interval disabled helps in reducing the disconnections.

trichard 22-03-2015 09:23 AM

From here .... The interval need to set as zero ...
ASUS RT-AC3200 Firmware - Official Releases | Page 2 | SmallNetBuilder Forums

maylyn 22-03-2015 02:17 PM

Some connectivity updates using ASUS RT-AC3200 using SingTel Fiber 500M and lower that requires VLAN tagging.

After some extensive checks and highlighted by Nanoflag, ASUS RT-AC3200 is affected by the LAN GE port 1 with limited or no connectivity when the SingTel profile are in used resulting not able to establish Internet connectivity.

GE port 2, 3 and 4 (MIO TV STB port) are not affected.

SingTel Fiber users can continue to use the ASUS RT-3200 by connecting via GE port 2

ASUS has been make aware and I will provide new updates when I have the info.

Regards.

Maylyn

thiamhui 22-03-2015 02:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maylyn (Post 92699423)
Some connectivity updates using ASUS RT-AC3200 using SingTel Fiber 500M and lower that requires VLAN tagging.

After some extensive checks and highlighted by Nanoflag, ASUS RT-AC3200 is affected by the LAN GE port 1 with limited or no connectivity when the SingTel profile are in used resulting not able to establish Internet connectivity.

GE port 2, 3 and 4 (MIO TV STB port) are not affected.

SingTel Fiber users can continue to use the ASUS RT-3200 by connecting via GE port 2

ASUS has been make aware and I will provide new updates when I have the info.

Regards.

Maylyn

How about using manual configuration?

Apparatus 22-03-2015 07:10 PM

Re
 
I think it has some bugs still

In NETWORK MAPS -> CLIENTS

I have 9 IP cams, 2xNOTE 4 and 1xMS SP3 all on wireless and guess what? Sometimes the WIRELESS would show 12 items, sometimes 11 items and sometimes 11 items with 1 under WIRED. And best of all only 2 on 5GHz-2, 2 on 5GHz-1 and the rest on 2.4GHz. I also found that the device on 5GHZ-2 would moved to 2.4GHz for no apparent reason. I thought once a device has been identified as 5GHz-2 or 5GHz-1 or 2.4GHz it would remain sticky?

This is when the SMART CONNECT is on.

Anybody can explain? Thanks

trichard 22-03-2015 07:38 PM

9 IP cams ........ :eek:

Big house you have.....

Apparatus 22-03-2015 07:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92705786)
9 IP cams ........ :eek:

Big house you have.....


No lah just HDB 4-rm

renfred89 22-03-2015 07:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Apparatus (Post 92705871)
No lah just HDB 4-rm

Haahs then ur toilets confirm got IP Cam liao lor.. Hahas

renfred89 22-03-2015 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Apparatus (Post 92705257)
I think it has some bugs still

In NETWORK MAPS -> CLIENTS

I have 9 IP cams, 2xNOTE 4 and 1xMS SP3 all on wireless and guess what? Sometimes the WIRELESS would show 12 items, sometimes 11 items and sometimes 11 items with 1 under WIRED. And best of all only 2 on 5GHz-2, 2 on 5GHz-1 and the rest on 2.4GHz. I also found that the device on 5GHZ-2 would moved to 2.4GHz for no apparent reason. I thought once a device has been identified as 5GHz-2 or 5GHz-1 or 2.4GHz it would remain sticky?

This is when the SMART CONNECT is on.

Anybody can explain? Thanks

I believe if u turn off smart connect, the devices will not be shifted around.. The purpose of smart connect is to choose the best connection for ur devices. But as of now, the variables still need further fine tuning..

Alphas 22-03-2015 07:55 PM

Buggy firmware

trichard 22-03-2015 08:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by renfred89 (Post 92706076)
Haahs then ur toilets confirm got IP Cam liao lor.. Hahas

Cannot be... I believe this is the arrangements..

2 cam point main door
1 cam point kitchen windows
2 cam point bed roomx2
1 cam sitting room
1 cam dinning room
2 cam master room with 1 pointing the safe box.

His house have infrared armed also.. And direct link to Cisco police.. :D

But seriously ..... I have 2 IPs cam (on 2.4G) + 4 Smart phone (on 5Ghz) + 3 Laptops (at most 1 or 2 on sometime on 5Ghz)

Do I need a AC3200 ??

SiaoAngMoh 22-03-2015 08:38 PM

From that dummy UI link on the first page, looks like the channels 52-64 and 100-144 are yet again not supported. I assume the router is lacking DFS support to enable these channels. That alone is a reason to avoid this.

What are the power levels (in dBm) the router supports for the channels 149 onwards, any ideas?

ASUS@SG 23-03-2015 04:41 PM

Dear all,

New firmware for RT-AC3200 coming soon.

Best regard,
JK

Apparatus 23-03-2015 04:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92706655)
Cannot be... I believe this is the arrangements..

2 cam point main door
1 cam point kitchen windows
2 cam point bed roomx2
1 cam sitting room
1 cam dinning room
2 cam master room with 1 pointing the safe box.

His house have infrared armed also.. And direct link to Cisco police.. :D

But seriously ..... I have 2 IPs cam (on 2.4G) + 4 Smart phone (on 5Ghz) + 3 Laptops (at most 1 or 2 on sometime on 5Ghz)

Do I need a AC3200 ??

I have more toys than you lah. 9 IP cameras with IR, 4 smartphones, 2xandroid tv boxes, 2×smart tvs, 1xnetbook, 1xring video doorbell and 1xMS SP3. More on the way when I acquire IoT devices

If your devices are old then 2.4Ghz and a 5Ghz will suffice. However, if you check on 5Ghz-2 & 5Ghz-1 the channels are the same so I wonder what's the use of having 2 same highways now?

guile 23-03-2015 06:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ASUS@SG (Post 92728577)
Dear all,

New firmware for RT-AC3200 coming soon.

Best regard,
JK

Can't wait to try it.

My Mio TV doesn't work even after selecting Singtel - Others.

I've rebooted the set top box several times and it still fail.

I have also tried powering off the ONT, router and set top box. Powering on the ONT, router and lastly the set top box after all the lights are stable with no success.

I'm not sure what else to try.

astonchew 23-03-2015 09:44 PM

similar issue.
on Fibre 200M Mio and tried all the possible without any success in getting miotv to work.
internet and voice working fine.

ont port 2 => ac3200 wan => miotv box on port 4 using singtel others profile (internet ok, miotv not working)

ont port 2 => ac3200 wan => miotv on port 4 using singtel miotv profile (internet ok, miotv not working)

no choice have to plug in back the old aztech modem in order to get back miotv.
hopefully a new firmware will get this fix soon.

trichard 23-03-2015 09:50 PM

May be I can post a WTB message here .... to those who thinking to sell off can PM me .......:D

CuteWorm 24-03-2015 01:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by astonchew (Post 92734407)
similar issue.
on Fibre 200M Mio and tried all the possible without any success in getting miotv to work.
internet and voice working fine.

ont port 2 => ac3200 wan => miotv box on port 4 using singtel others profile (internet ok, miotv not working)

ont port 2 => ac3200 wan => miotv on port 4 using singtel miotv profile (internet ok, miotv not working)

no choice have to plug in back the old aztech modem in order to get back miotv.
hopefully a new firmware will get this fix soon.

hmm.. what is your ont port 1 plugged into?

can try ont port 1 instead maybe?

alternatively, if your miotv and internet not bundled, try:
ont port 1 -> aztech wan -> miotv
ont port 2 -> ac3200 wan -> internet

guile 24-03-2015 02:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CuteWorm (Post 92738504)
hmm.. what is your ont port 1 plugged into?

can try ont port 1 instead maybe?

alternatively, if your miotv and internet not bundled, try:
ont port 1 -> aztech wan -> miotv
ont port 2 -> ac3200 wan -> internet

For my case i'm using ONT port 1 to AC3200 Wan. Do you reckon I can try ONT port 2 to 2Wire Wan to Mio TV and see if it works?

I had a problem earlier where ONT port 1 to AC3200 Wan does not work even for internet...flashing the firmware again helps though.

astonchew 24-03-2015 11:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92734542)
May be I can post a WTB message here .... to those who thinking to sell off can PM me .......:D

stay tuned. if new firmware still don't fix the miotv problem for me, high chance to sell off mine.:s22:

trichard 27-03-2015 02:13 PM

SLS start selling liao.....

jtjt00 27-03-2015 02:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92811526)
SLS start selling liao.....

You buying?

trichard 27-03-2015 02:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jtjt00 (Post 92811559)
You buying?

In remember of Mr Lee.... Should I buy?

gohkm 27-03-2015 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92811742)
In remember of Mr Lee.... Should I buy?

buy buy buy....

thiamhui 27-03-2015 03:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gohkm (Post 92813123)
buy buy buy....

Bye bye bye…
To Mr Lee, your money and AC87U… 😁

trichard 27-03-2015 04:15 PM

Hmmm..... If more than 5 brother here support the buy and bye .... I will liao....:(

kennyg1969 27-03-2015 05:54 PM

i assume that this router also support dual wan via their firmware?

mikengtw 27-03-2015 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92814047)
Hmmm..... If more than 5 brother here support the buy and bye .... I will liao....:(

Count me in please buy so I can read your view on the new Asus AC3200 .

seller4 27-03-2015 08:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92814047)
Hmmm..... If more than 5 brother here support the buy and bye .... I will liao....:(

Buy cos i might buy one myself soon. Lol.

trichard 27-03-2015 10:39 PM

Those buying wanna meet SLS tmr ? Can share mobile number via PM so that I can create a whatapps group that can discuss about this router ..... The group I will add VIP ......:D

maylyn 28-03-2015 12:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kennyg1969 (Post 92816062)
i assume that this router also support dual wan via their firmware?

Dual WAN is supported as per other ASUS routers SKU for mostly USB 3G/LTE modem fail-over.

Load-balancing is still works in progress so don't expect it's going to work flawlessly with the ISP you are subscribed to

And total combined bandwidth will not exceed in excess of 1Gbps.

trichard 28-03-2015 10:58 AM

On my way home from simlim ..... With the AC3200.... From laser ... 409..

mikengtw 28-03-2015 11:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trichard (Post 92829519)
On my way home from simlim ..... With the AC3200.... From laser ... 409..

Good I will wait for your review.. see how good it is... thanks. :)

kennyg1969 28-03-2015 11:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maylyn (Post 92823787)
Dual WAN is supported as per other ASUS routers SKU for mostly USB 3G/LTE modem fail-over.

Load-balancing is still works in progress so don't expect it's going to work flawlessly with the ISP you are subscribed to

And total combined bandwidth will not exceed in excess of 1Gbps.

Thanks... That would explain why my current RT-N66U was unable to failover to my free 1MBps cable via the hubstation HD box...

so it is only workable for USB then...

No matter, planning to decomm my current router and hopping onto the AC3200

trichard 28-03-2015 11:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mikengtw (Post 92830111)
Good I will wait for your review.. see how good it is... thanks. :)

Review is everywhere liao. No doing lah.. But am interested to start whatapps group ..

maylyn 28-03-2015 04:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maylyn (Post 92699423)
Some connectivity updates using ASUS RT-AC3200 using SingTel Fiber 500M and lower that requires VLAN tagging.

After some extensive checks and highlighted by Nanoflag, ASUS RT-AC3200 is affected by the LAN GE port 1 with limited or no connectivity when the SingTel profile are in used resulting not able to establish Internet connectivity.

GE port 2, 3 and 4 (MIO TV STB port) are not affected.

SingTel Fiber users can continue to use the ASUS RT-3200 by connecting via GE port 2

ASUS has been make aware and I will provide new updates when I have the info.

Regards.

Maylyn

New updates ~ 28/03/2015

ASUS will be releasing a new firmware for ASUS RT-AC3200 which resolves SingTel IPTV LAN connectivity issues very soon.

So SingTel Mio/SingTel Others remain as status quo like other ASUS routers SKUs.

SingTel Mio

1). LAN1 -> Internet
2). LAN2 -> Internet
3). LAN3 -> Voice (2Wire/Aztech)
4). LAN4 -> MIO STB

SingTel Others

1). LAN1 -> Internet
2). LAN2 -> Internet
3). LAN3 -> Internet
4). LAN4 -> MIO STB

This firmware release is out of ASUS's usual debugging/bug fix firmware cycles and it's meant for SingTel Fiber 500Mbps and under AC3200 users only to resolve SingTel IPTV LAN connectivity issues urgently.

The next ASUS AC3200 official firmware will include this fix as well.

If you are not on SingTel Fiber 500Mbps/300Mbps/200Mbps plan, (i.e. SingTel 1Gbps, StarHub, M1, MyRepublic and ViewQwest), this firmware is not applicable to you.

Stay tuned on this thread for the release :)

Regards.

Maylyn

trichard 28-03-2015 04:42 PM

I just power up my unit ..... firmware 4145.... I am not Singtel user..... what is the latest FW should I use ??

Smart connect enable .... interval = 0 .... see how ...


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