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I have a new G1100 dual band router. Everything works as it should except the 5.0 GHz band is not working. It shows disconnected. When I go the router setup page in the broswer, at Main>Advanced Status>Full Status/System wide Monitoring of Connections, the status of all connections show (green) Connected. But the 5.0 GHz Wireless Access Point 1 shows (black) Disconnected. I've tried rebooting the router, factory reset, Disable/Enable 5.0 GHZ band, you name it. But nothing seems to work. As I said, the 2.4 GHz band (and everything else) works fine. Is there something I'm missing? Can you help me?
Did you have any clients connected to the 5Ghz radio before? What channel is 5Ghz operating on?
Try changing the radio to use Channel 157, and see if devices are able to see the radio and connect up to it. By making one device, such as a smartphone connect to it, that should change the State from Disconnected to Connective/Active if I'm not mistaken (Haven't used a G1100 yet).
My rotuer shows 5.0 disconnected until I connect to it. Then it shows connected.
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Verizon support said it was port forwarding causing problem wiht 5GHz band. Reccommended to disable port forwardings and factory reset G1100.
I did, it didn't help.
When I diable/enable 5Ghz Channel and reboot router, it's coming back, but gets diconnected after some time.
Tried to setup in a bridge mode with my other router, to use G1100 just to pass outside traffic and IP address to my other router, and have my other router to serve as an Access Point and main router with all hardwired connections to it, but didn't get results I wanted.
with 5GHz Channel working I get full 100/100 Megabit upload/download speed on all devices. When it's off, on 2.4Ghz speed is just half of it 50/50.
I'm thinking to switch back to RCN service, which offers now same service as Fios with 1Gig internet speed and similar price, because Fios doesn't support 1Gig speed with 5Ghz channel not working.
Any solution before I will drop Fios because it really is annoying to have problems and no solution from Verizin Support?