Thank you in advance for any help you can provide. I have a Linksys Velop AX4200 mesh router system with 1 parent node and 2 children. I have about 35 devices that need consistent connections between lights, switches, cameras, garage door openers, telephones, televisions, etc. The problem is that at some point I will have at least 5-10 devices that are connected to the network but do not receive internet. This happens with zero consistency. Example: 3 cameras say there is no connection, but your phone and tablet have a speed of 700 MB d / l when running a Speedtest. Then my wife's iPhone, which sits right next to mine that just ran the Speedtest, has nothing to do with it. Then, 5 minutes later, everything is solved by itself, without any intervention. Then, 30 minutes later, the whole situation happens again with completely different devices. sometimes even applications on the same device will have different connectivity. Last night, the TV did not report any connection in the network settings, but I was able to run the Netflix application and can stream in full 4k on the same TV, which says it has no connectivity. I wake up in the morning and there are 30 notifications on the phone because the cameras have been disconnected and reconnected all night. I disconnected the child nodes believing that there was interference with the channel or that the devices were confusing as to which node to connect to, but the problem persists even with a single parent router connected. Reset it from the factory and start setting up the network several times, but the problem persists. Damn, and don't go back, because the Linksys technology support basically tells you to unplug it and plug it back in, which I've obviously been through a lot. It seems to me that there is probably a deep setting in the router settings that prevents some connections in certain circumstances, but I can't figure out for my life what that setting is or what those circumstances are that cause the lack of connectivity. Can someone give me a perspective or tell me what your configuration is so I can copy it. Thank you very much.
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