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Could PMF be the cause of the Hub5 problems?

PMF is recommended to be turned off for the 2.4GHz band on my Ubiquiti router and I have also found this:

https://crowdsupport.telstra.com.au/t5/broadband-nbn/wifi-issues-due-to-protected-management-frames/...


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Re: Could PMF be the cause of the Hub5 problems?

I guess when VIP's eventually get their hands on one... someone can check it out. Or maybe respond to a tech-savvy poster who is having some of the issues and may be prepared to give it a go?

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Re: Could PMF be the cause of the Hub5 problems?

I suspect the Hub5 has been crippled in the ability to change a lot of the settings that are available on most other routers. VM seem to do this in the misguided belief that it is easer to support with a lesser number of setting that the user can change. 


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