I have noticed that I am having issues with the AR-150 when I go between different WAN locations, and the old WAN is not available.
The router does not always boot with an available wireless LAN. I have to use a cable on the LAN side to access it. I actually usually use a cable, so it’s hard to quantify the issue.
Last night I took the device on the road. I had some issues connecting when I got to my destination, not sure how I resolved it, but I think I did it through Luci. I used the device for some testing and when I returned home reconnected the device to my home LAN. The device did not find the configured (default) wireless LAN and after 3 reboots I connected a cable and got in.
I went into Luci to look at the config, and think I tried to set the connections in Luci (as opposed to Gli gui). When I scanned and selected the WAN and saved I lost the LAN (not sure if that’s right, but I think its reasonable if the WAN is a different channel).
Anyhow, the config was all wrong and I tried a config restore and the router never came back. I had to do a reset and reconfigure it all. I did not put 2 and 2 together, but when I was traveling, I had to reset the router twice. I chocked it up to the hotel wireless, but now am not sure. Until recently resetting was not an issue, but now I have added a number of packages, so the connection issue is an issue. It took about 40 minutes to rebuild things.
I will be more cognizant going forward regarding connections, but it may be some time until I can properly do some testing.
AR-150 on 2.13FW
Packages installed: OpenVPN and Tethering