using device-1 or device-2 i can only access either mesh-1 or mesh-2 not both at the same time.
sometimes i can access mesh-1 but not mesh-2 and sometimes i can access mesh-2 but not mesh-1.
pinging them both at the same time only 1 mesh replies, and after a while the other mesh can now reply with the ping but the other one gets timeouts.
device-2, device-3 and device-4 can access the internet at the same time. and they can ping each other. So the mesh works great for connected devices.
device-3 can access mesh-1 but cant access mesh-2 (but can ping device-4) (vice versa).
red line has connection but slow and based on speedtest i can say that mesh-2 goes through mesh-1 as the speed is higher.
using device-1 or device-2 i can only access mesh-1 not mesh-2.
but device-1 and device-2 can ping both device-3 and device-4
device-3 can access mesh-1 but cant access mesh-2 (but can ping device-4)
device-4 can access mesh-2 but cant access mesh-1 (but can ping device-3)
using device-1 or device-2, this is what happens when the ping switch from mesh-1 to mesh-2.
once the switch happens you cant access the mesh that is not able to reply via ping.
but devices connected on both mesh still has internet.
Nevermind the problem was the LAN mac address. Both Mesh-1 and Mesh-2 had the same lan mac.
I was using backup/restore to easily copy batman config and the mac address of the lan was copied to the 2nd ap.
is there a way to revert to the stock lan mac address?
both mac of 2.4 and 5 wifi are on both aps are unique.