Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?

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Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-01 00:18:54
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Something I've noticed. The Deco doesn't maintain an internal network if the internet goes down. Is this supposed to happen?
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Re:Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-02 23:55:14
I have same behaviour with my Deco's. If ISP/Internet down, Wifi is also down - think this is a bug
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Re:Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-03 16:06:26
WiFi will disappear? that is so strange, you may check whether the firmware is the latest one
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Re:Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-03 16:40:56
yes I am on latest firmware - when ISP down, led's turn red and WIFI connectivity/connections are not working anymore.
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Re:Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-05 15:20:32
The main Deco is on default router mode or AP mode?
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2017-10-06 14:01:32
router mode
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Re:Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-10 09:12:44
I heard that wifi only disappear when wan IP address becomes 0.0.0.0. that's how it is designed but I don't really understand why. Maybe you can give them feedback.
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Re:Why does the whole network die if there's no internet connection?
2017-10-12 01:57:27
I can confirm this issue I also experienced it a couple of times.

Maybe there is a good reason for it to do it when wan becomes 0.0.0.0 but would be very handy that the network can recover automatically.

Maybe it is possible to build in an "auto-retry" every x minutes or so.
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