There is another radio eeprom in this google drive zip file that you can try. I found that it did help my wireless performance, but I still have problems with the switch crashing.
root@OpenWrt:~# iwinfo wlan0 txpowerlist 0 dBm ( 1 mW) 1 dBm ( 1 mW) 2 dBm ( 1 mW) 3 dBm ( 1 mW) 4 dBm ( 2 mW) 5 dBm ( 3 mW) 6 dBm ( 3 mW) 7 dBm ( 5 mW) 8 dBm ( 6 mW) 9 dBm ( 7 mW) 10 dBm ( 10 mW) 11 dBm ( 12 mW) 12 dBm ( 15 mW) 13 dBm ( 19 mW) 14 dBm ( 25 mW) 15 dBm ( 31 mW) 16 dBm ( 39 mW) 17 dBm ( 50 mW) 18 dBm ( 63 mW) 19 dBm ( 79 mW) * 20 dBm ( 100 mW)
If I create several networks in the 5ghz one falls and the others stay, this cannot be the driver, if they do not fall all at once
Could you post your eeprom bin?
when I leave 2.4ghz on channel 1, 5 ghz is more stable.
here is the firmware information
note: 5ghz on channel 44 to 80mhz
achieve stability with channel 36 to 80 mhz (5 ghz to 40 mb / s) and 2.4 ghz channel 1 to 40 mhz, yes it is not 100mb / s on wifi 5. would this be possible?
or would the wifi driver of the notebook limit the speed, use in the same router comfort?
i have solved all my wifi problem with this eeprom on both my two newfi D2! Thank you @motocrossmann !
try channel 36 I thought it best
I have received 2 box's & surprise use same MAC values -> network conflict
solved after edit with label values ..
performances are good for 2.4 & 5ghz
Even my 2 NeWiFi d2...Same mac on both
You can edit with breed option MAC
yes, done just after i notice the same mac on both
how much speed difference in speedtest from openwrt/padvan?
Sorry i not use OpenWrt because cannot pass TV flux Orange