Is Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229 Buggy for anyone else?

Is Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229 Buggy for anyone else?

Is Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229 Buggy for anyone else?
Is Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229 Buggy for anyone else?
2024-03-25 16:55:01
Model: Deco X55  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229

My routers upgraded recently and ever since, they are intermittently going offline. Is anyone else having problems with it too??

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Re:Is Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229 Buggy for anyone else?
2024-03-28 17:52:44
Have been experiencing similar behavior on v1,2 deco 55 units with main router going to high cpu/mem and dropping connection to downstream x55. Also seeing devices getting flagged as offline and a discrepency with reboots occurring 1 hr earlier than scheduled. The reboots are being done because of the connection faults between the main and remote units. Only have a small 39 device network with no turnover of light use devices that worked well on a acs1900 before upgrade.
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Re:Is Deco X55(US)_V1.26_1.2.0 Build 20231229 Buggy for anyone else?
2024-04-20 13:51:44

  @KasaUser Yes, I have a Deco X55 as my main unit, with 2 M5 sattelites (running 1.4.0). Honestly, I've been disappointed with the X55 since making it my main Deco unit. The issues of slow throughput and devices not following their connection preferences seems to have gotten more consistent since upgrading the X55 (HW v 1.26) to firmware 1.2.0.

I think I'm going to make one of the trusty M5s my main deco unit again. I had the X55 as an ethernet backhaul sattelite before and the network seemed to perform better and more reliably with the M5 as the main unit. TP-Link advises using the X55 as the main in my scenario, citing upgraded hardware, but from what little info I can find online, if anything it might perform on par with the M5. B&H photo (since TP-Link doesn't answer this question) lists the M5 as sporting a quad-core CPU at 717MHz, while the X55 only has a dual-core CPU, running at 1GHz. I suspect the two extra cores in the M5 make it a better performing unit.

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