My MOX is currently broadcasting ONE of the 5GHz SSID on the 2.4GHz radio…
The controlling router, Turris Omnia is set to have the following
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9880 802.11bgnac (radio0) Channel: 36 (5.180 GHz)
radio0: Master “MYSSID_cm_n”
radio0: Master “MYSSID_cm_n-guest”
Generic MAC80211 802.11bgn (radio1) Channel: 5 (2.432 GHz)
radio1: Master “MYSSID_cm-guest”
radio1: Master “MYSSID_cm”
radio1: Master “MYSSID_home”
/etc/config/netboot is exactly as in the MOX Netboot documents, nothing changed there.
From radio scan on the controlling , I have the following broadcast from the MOX:
MYSSID_cm_n Channel: 9 | Mode: Master | BSSID: D0:C5:D3:33:EA:5F
MYSSID_cm_n Channel: 116 | Mode: Master | BSSID: 04:F0:21:45:DE:BD
I assumed that the MOX would duplicate all channels on the controlling router on the bands they are supposed to be on, but this doesn’t seem be the case. Do I need to add specific entries in the netboot config to have all my channels rebroadcast correctly?
Turris Omnia is running Turris OS version 3.11.8
Kernel version 4.4.196-a890a5a94ebb621f8f1720c24d12fef1-0