BE19000 loses connection when changing Routing table

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BE19000 loses connection when changing Routing table
BE19000 loses connection when changing Routing table
2023-11-03 00:15:45
Model: Archer BE800  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.0.9 Build 20230914 rel.69752(5553)

Whenever I add/remove/edit a routing entry on the BE800 it drops the connection for a few seconds. Can this be prevented?

 

Mike

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Re:BE19000 loses connection when changing Routing table
2023-11-03 20:18:46

  @mkostersitz,

What specific type of routing entry / setting are you making changes to? There are a few different options available to Archer Routers.

 

How widespread is the loss of connection? Do devices lose connection to the network, or the internet? Does this affect all devices on the network?

Lastly, are you making changes in the tether app, or via the webUI?

 

I see you added an AP Mode Tag to your post... if this is the case: are you making routing changes on the main router of the network? What is it?

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Re:BE19000 loses connection when changing Routing table
2023-11-03 21:26:04
I am making changes in the web UI and add/remove/change a static route to a different subnet behind a bridge on the network. It looks like all devices lose connection to the internet briefly. I added AP mode as it is my only Access Point/Router on the network. I am setup like this Fiber Modem -> BE19000 (192.168.0.0/24) -> Cat8 -> 16 port switch -> Wired Bridge with 2 interfaces 192.168.0.201 and 192.168.99.10 -> more wired devices on 192.168.99.0/24 subnet I then set a static route on the BE19000 in the web ui to direct all traffic for 192.168.99.0 255.255.255.0 to 192.168.0.201
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