I am using version 188.8.131.52 of OpenWrt and every time I try to configure it to use relayd
Wi-Fi extender / repeater / bridge configuration If supported by both devices, consider using WDS, Layer 2 GRE tunnels (“gretap”), or mesh networking. Using relayd as instructed in this article isn't guaranteed to work with all Openwrt compatible...
it crashes my Banana Pi R64 and I can no longer access it via wired nor wireless. I have used those instructions in the past with my previous Banana Pi and I managed to get setup correctly, however, that was on a R1 running OpenWrt 19.07.
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Here's a funny thing.. When I use the 5Ghz radio to bridge AP to AP rather than the 2.4Ghz, everything works as it should. I now have to set my IP and subnet to ..2.* in order to connect to the now-working bridge. This also changed the Host to a proper ? as it now really doesn't see it. I have absolutely no idea why this made any difference unless Windows 11 was doing some "realtime invisible WLAN correction" in the background and not only adjusting my routing to work across subnets but then bei…
suggests using cables to connect my devices directly to the internet router/modem. However, in my case it would not be a good idea because of tripping over the cable or pulling devices off cupboards.