I guess my other question is this. It's nice that I can check the associations from the AP itself but that won't be practical for my goal.
I have clients that connect with devices that support both bands (2GHz and5GHz), like my smartphone. And I have other clients that can only connect to the 2.4GHz band like my laptop. When the laptop connects to HomeNet25G, I know it's on the 2.4GHz radio but there's no way for me to figure out which radio the smartphone is on without using a third party tool and such. Is there a way to tell the AP to put all clients that support both bands on the 5GHz radio?
I had to reset the AP and reconfigure it to get it working again. I would still like to find a solution for my problem.
Thanks for all your help.
What I would really like to do on this device is setup the AP with 3 SSID's (HomeNet2G, HomeNet5G and HomeNetGuest). Have the first two SSID's on one VLAN (preferably the same VLAN as the LAN network), HomeNet2G on Radio0 (2GHz) and HomeNet5G on Radio1 (5GHz). Then have the Guest SSID on a different VLAN.
If this can be done, it solves my problem but I'm told it can't which is a disappointment because I was doing this with my $50 Linksys router.
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