Devices connected to the modem via WLAN 5 GHz stop connecting to the internet regularly. I can change to WLAN 2.4 GHz: and performance is normal, but not an ideal solution in an appartment block with crowded 2.4 GHz. It seems that there is a newer firmware version than the current version 100R001C216B011. I appreciate an update in the hope that it will fix the WLAN 5 GHz connection problems. Thanks.
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Any chance a firmware update might fix my HG659?
I haven't been able to even see my 5GHz network band for several months. Prior to that it would drop frequently.
I suspect it is because the HG659 AUTO selects a channel for the 5GHz band that my Macbook Pro doesn't support.
Tried rebooting the router many times, changing the 5GHz channel to 20/40, renaming, even upgraded to the latest OSX without any success.
Have resorted to running a long ethernet cable across the room to the router.
My Samsung Tablet does see and connect to the 5GHz channel, just not any of the Macs.
Thanks for raising this with us. It seems that there's no issues within the 5Ghz connection, since your Samsung device is able to work, but will request for the modem firmware to be updated.
If issue still persists, I'll arrange a call from our Tech team to check this further.