Posted: Thu Jun 11, 2020 8:40 Post subject: How do I disable dual WAN on my router?
Hi. I just joined to a new ISP. The Internet's working but they said that they can see my router has dual WAN activated and that could cause some conflicts. From what I can find online, dual WAN shouldn't even be activated on my router, nor have I in the past tried to use dual WAN.
My router is an Asus AC68U and I'm using build 40559 on v3 firmware. I don't want to run into any dropouts in the future, so could someone let me know either how to disable dual WAN or whether my router is just communicating that it has dual WAN active?
Joined: 04 Aug 2018 Posts: 927 Location: Appalachian mountains, USA
Posted: Wed Aug 19, 2020 13:40 Post subject:
Hi, when I search for my router model, it shows me as this firmware v3 b40559 being the latest version - what do you mean crappy build? Thanks.
One key thing in the guidelines that too few seem to notice is the advice to ignore the unmaintained and unreliable router database. Flash the current build unless its new-build thread in the forum for your router (Broadcom for you?) warns of a showstopper problem for your model. dd-wrt has evolved a LOT since 40559. Some problems have been corrected, new subsystem versions have been incorporated (a plus for security), and important new features have appeared. _________________ Five Linksys WRT1900ACSv2's on 42926, 44048
VLANs, multiple VAPs, NAS, client-mode travel router, OpenVPN client/PBR (AirVPN), wireguard/PBR (AzireVPN), two DNSCrypt servers (incl Quad9) routed through OpenVPN.