I have a WiFi router at home that provides both 2.4 and 5 GHz networks. When I connect my GL-MT3000 router to the 2.4 GHz network, it connects to the internet without any issues. However, when I try to connect it to the 5 GHz network, it connects but there is no internet access.
All other devices that connect to the 5 GHz network have internet access, so it’s not an issue with the network itself. Any suggestions on what might be causing this problem?
How exactly do you connect to the 5 GHz Wi-Fi?
The DNS address 192.168.1.109 seems unusual, this might be the issue here.
No, that’s ok thats my local DNS server; also, what you see in the background is the 2.4G network that works.
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You should try to figure out if the uplinking router is doing some magic stuff.
Maybe some IP block or something like that?
I checked my WiFi AP and also my router (IP-Fire) nothing is blocking it. The strange thing is that the 2.4Ghz gets internet but not the 5Ghz. I also logged into the GL-MT3000 via SSH and tried to ping the router, which also didn’t work.