@Kev2021 That’s how mine went on Wednesday…. The app would reset them but would return to the same state as per my earlier post (2x Red discs) only a power cycle followed by an Ethernet based sync would recover them.
Thanks - I have manage to get at least some of the units accepted for return now 🙂
The problem this brings is what to replace it with!
With its web interface, triband, and static IPs the BT kit has a great feature set, just unreliable implementation.
I'll do some searching for functional equivalents....
Another day, another another problem….
The app suggesting all three discs are up, yet the satellite discs are actually showing red, all devices are connected to the primary (Hallway) which is working but not for all devices, IoT devices for example are all unable to see the net 🤷
Please BT, all we want is a working and reliable product, you’ve got our money it’s the least you can do 😳
You maybe better getting a forum mod to arrange for the development team to look at them, i think you would stand a better chance of getting it looked at and hopefully a fix for your issue.
I have just clarified with MurrayB a few points regarding my setup that BT requested.
Still going strong here 14 days uptime now.
OK @MurrayB - Just completed the firmware to SGAB208326
Keep EVERYTHING crossed …. And then just as I type this within the first 15 mins I’ve just had the primary disc reboot and both slave discs have not gone solid red and are not recoverable. I’ll wait to see if they ‘heal’ before i do my anything! Thank goodness this iPad is on 5G
For the avoidance of doubt, my ASUS RT-AC87U DHCP server setting lease time is set to its max which is 604800.
Are there any other recommended settings as per @Foz comments?
Assuming it doesn’t heal then I’ll also try a full network reboot coming from the APP, then a factory reset (w/out restore just in case!), before I revert to 822C…