X3000 bugs report page (& feedbacks)

Hi to all!
I’ve received my X3000 with RM520 yesterday.
And have made simple quick 5G test in field)


+QCAINFO: “PCC”,1802,100,“LTE BAND 3”,1,250,-69,-15,-34,10
+QCAINFO: “SCC”,375,75,“LTE BAND 1”,1,250,-73,-7,-56,14,0,-,-
+QCAINFO: “SCC”,723322,12,“NR5G BAND 79”,251

Not bad for the first result! Interesting)

Regards, Eugene

Hello, could you please test the Beta release? It has bee verified by another customer that this bug was fixed.

I think you modified the MTU via LUCI page, right?

LUCI is based on the opensource openwrt, we didn’t adapt this feature very well. We will add MTU config on Modem setting page in future SW upgrade.

Yeah, I tried to modify the MTU using another SIM. At the moment I am testing with another operator that doesn’t require MTU adjustment. I’ll try againg when you’ll add the feature on the modem setting :wink:

The issue with failover appears to be not just when VPN is active. I have Ethernet and cellular connected. With VPN off, and cellular set to failover priority 1, data always uses Ethernet even after reboot. Turn on VPN and data always uses cellular, even with Ethernet failover priority set to 1. Multi wan failover is totally useless until this gets fixed. Mwan3 tab in luci shows the correct priority setting but it is not being honored.

Surfshark wireguard not changing location successfully without disabling VPN first. I shouldn’t have to disable the VPN in order to change the location. This is using the app. I will try through the web browser and see if the behavior is the same.

Soft reboot on the modem page appears to break the modem, then it’s necessary to reboot the router to get the modem to reconnect.

Thank you very much for your feedback.

The ‘soft reboot’ here is actually that restore the driver node.But there is no case where this node is missing. So it’s almost meaningless.