My RUTX11 is installed on a power boat. While at my slip, I connected the 2.4G and 5G wireless wans to the dockside wifi antennas (separately) and configured the failover with these WANs in positions 1 and 2. The cellular wan was in failover position 3. All three were turned on.
For winter storage, the boat was moved to a position on land about a quarter mile from these antennas and nowhere near any other antennas. When I turned on the router, I couldn't find either the 2.4G or 5G WAN I had created using my iPhone to access these networks.
I had to connect an ethernet cable to access the router. I found that the 2.4G and 5G WANs were still associated with the prior wifi antennas. Once I deleted the prior antenna associations for both WANs, they appeared on my iPhone.
Is this normal? Even though the wireless WANs were still associated with the prior wifi antennas, shouldn't the router have executed a failover to cellular and allowed me to connect to it using my iPhone? (Cellular signal strength was very good at the new location.)
Once I deleted the prior antenna associations with the wireless WANs, failover began to work as it should.