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As long as I have 1 wireless client profile, I can set failover mode to use wireless as the uplink with a fallback to mobile.

When I add a second wireless client profile, it no longer connects to wireless. In fact the wireless connection (even at full strength) doesn't even get an IP address anymore (and as a result can not ping to do the failover).

Any ideas what would be causing this ?

Using an RUT-360 with the latest firmware.

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Hello,

For the issue, you are having could you elaborate on what you want to do. From the information you shared you want to have multiple wireless stations? Or it's a different thing? Kindly share with me a drawing or sketch of the solution you want to implement.

A copy of the troubleshoot file also will be an additional help.

Regards,
Mellow
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Sadly that's exactly what I did : I scanned for 1 network and connected to it. Then I drove to the other place, added that one, but then neither network would work anymore.

Would you be able to share part of your configuration file ? Maybe I can compare with what I have and see where it might differ.
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Hi,

Could you share with me a copy of your troubleshooting file? So that I can check also. :)

Regards,
Mellow
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This is what it looks like right now :

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As you can see, there is a wifi connection active, but in the failover screen the status is Offline, even though it is at the top.

When I log in via the CLI and do 'ip a', I get :
So even though the connection is active, it doesn't seem to get an IP. As soon as I remove the second wifi, it works just fine.
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Hello,

Could you share with me a copy of the troubleshoot file of the RUT360 where you connected both Access Points in different locations?
I will need to check the configuration you made.

Regards,
Mellow