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Old Jul 30, 2021, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default Waking MacBook Pro completely crashes Asus RT-AX86U

This is a fun one... ..damn Macs right..

I got a new MacBook Pro 2019 for work 2 weeks ago and started noticing our connectivity dropping. Starting monitoring it a bit, and found the Router was completely crashing, and this was happening multiple times a day, but never in the evening. I ended up noticing it happened exactly when I would wake and unlocked the MacBook. Checked the logs of the Router and they match exactly. I can repeat this over and over again, it is 100% realted to when the MacBook wakes and wireless is re-established.

I'm updating the Firmware of the Router as we speak and will test, but hoping someone here has seen something similar or a path for me research. Google is worthless on this subject, as everything is about the Mac crashing or wireless failing on the device, not the router.

Router: Asus RT-AX86U
Device: MacBook Pro 2019 Big Sur 11.4
Connection: 5ghz WPA3 Personal & 2.6ghz WPA2 Personal (tried both) | Guest Network | DHCP | No other non-standard configuration

Crash Logs: ~ 5 min before and 5 min after. You'll notice a bunch of the following lines before, but these occur constantly, regardless if the MAC is connected:

Jul 30 09:39:25 kernel: CONSOLE: 211556.570 wl1: wlc_ampdu_recv_addba_resp: f4:f5:d8:d0:d0:9a: Failed. status 37 wsize 64 policy 1

I think my next step is to move it off the guest network and test, although I doubt that matters.

Any help is appreciated.
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Old Jul 30, 2021, 11:23 AM   #2
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Disable any of the ipv6 garbage you may have, it often causes issues.
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Disable any of the ipv6 garbage you may have, it often causes issues.
Oh good point, doing that now. TY
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