I recently purchased 2 x Archer A50.
One to put behind my ISP modem (in bridge mode) which works great, no problems there.
Both modem/router and AX50 (Router Mode) get public IP's, so no double NAT or IP conflicts.
Last weekend installed brand new CAT6 all over the house. Everything works great except my second Archer AX50 in AP Mode loses internet connection after some time.
It can run normally for maybe and hour or two and then the led with the global icon on turns orange. I go to sleep and wake up in the morning, the led is orange and I need to reboot the AX50. I've checked if I am having network problems, maybe my modem loses internet or the other AX50. But I can confirm you that there is no internet lose on my network. I monitor is all the time and I get push notification when something in my network goes down.
The cable runs from the switch with a straight cable to the WAN port on the AX50. I am sure the cable isn't the problem because I switch the cable with the one of my desktop for one day, and I am having the same problem. Besides this is brand new CAT6 cable.
The only way to fix this (temporary) is to reboot the router or just unplug and plug the ethernet cable.
I've factory reset both AX50's multiple times. I've been searching in the settings for things that aren't correct but I don't find the problem.
DHCP is enabled on the AX50 in Router Mode, DHCP is disabled on the AP (tried auto mode as well but the same problem).
Static IP 192.168.1.1 for Router Mode (default)
Static IP 192.168.1.2 for AP Mode (given in the DHCP)
Now... I've seen a topic that the AX60 is having the same problem, and they have release a beta firmware to fix this?
Any news on a fix for the AX50 because I'm pretty sure the problem isn't in my network. I don't see what else could be wrong in my network.
Picture as reference (my network)