This wasn’t an issue until release 6 or 7 (can’t remember exactly which one). Prior to that, I had zero issues with my Orbi router and satellite. Since that release, it constantly disconnects.
I opened an issue, as I completely agree - this should just work. So frustrating having multi-player games messed up Quest disconnecting randomly and not successfully reconnecting.For anyone interested, I have a somewhat inexpensive workaround.I used a $25 mini-router (TPLINK-WR802), wired it into the nearest Orbi satellite* and created a second wireless network (using a separate IP range - 192.168.0.1 versus 192.168.1.1 for main network). Within the TP-Link, I set the broadcast width to 40mhz (which is 5G).Connected both Oculus Quests and chromecast to the new network, and now network as well as casting to chromecast work reliably.1. The TPLINK-WR802 can be configured as a hotspot router, so I also could have just connected it to the Orbi wifi instead of plugging it in. This is a cool device to have around if you need to create your own wireless network).2. Chromecast install indicated 5G is required for setup, so I chose 5G, even though some users suggested 2.4Ghz is more reliable.
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