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Topic # 245267 26-Jan-2019 14:52
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My Fritz!OS version is 07.01.

 

On the Wireless > Radio Channel tab, when I select the Adjust radio channel settings option, the 5-Ghz frequency channel is disabled and I can't see where to assign a different SSID to the 5Ghz channel.

 

Anyone here have the same router and can verify if 5-Ghz works please?

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2168008 26-Jan-2019 15:21
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You can assign different channels cos I have. When I get home I'll look it up on my box. Try using advanced options. Think its near the bottle of the page? Maybe.

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  Reply # 2168017 26-Jan-2019 15:42
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this is what you should see

 





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  Reply # 2168020 26-Jan-2019 15:47
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I'm still on 6.83
Setting to turn on / off 5GHz is found under Wireless -> Radio Network. About 1/2 way down the page.

 

Channel selection setting is Wireless -> Radio Channel.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2168075 26-Jan-2019 17:16
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Why would you want to assign a different SSID? As the router has band steering you'll always get the best performance by having the same SSID.



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  Reply # 2168188 26-Jan-2019 22:15
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Yep, got all that... it's just that it's disabled as shown below.

 

 

@sbiddle, just like having that option available in case i need it.




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  Reply # 2168207 26-Jan-2019 22:26
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Thanks @KrazyKid, found the advanced view hidden up top which enabled the option to turn on 5Ghz... thanks everyone

 


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