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Multy X App "disconnected"

AeceroAecero Posts: 8  Junior Member
edited June 20 in Questions
Just got my two Multy X's, and everytime I try to set the up I get the same problem.

What happens is that after the first node is set up (and is working fine) it asks me to add another. If I try to add another it gets stuck trying to sync with the second one (never getting done). If I at this stage force close the app and restart, I will get back to the home screen saying "disconnected", even though i'm connected to the wifi.

If I instead decide to not connect the second node, I will connect to the wifi, and then I will go to the home screen with the "disconnected" message still there.

I have tried reseting the router multiple times, and uninstalling -> installing the app but to no avail. I really do not know what to do. I cannot update the firmware without the app, or connect my second node, or anything really. The wifi and ethernet works sure, but I need to be able to configure it...

I have a oneplus 3t with android 9 (pie), and the router is not updated since I cant do that without the app.

Anyone else had this happen, if so how did you solve it?


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  • AeceroAecero Posts: 8  Junior Member
    Accepted Answer
    Alright so I seem to have found the problem. For some reason it acted up on me while connecting it directly to the modem. But when I connected it through my old router it worked. Weird. Anyway, seems to be fixed for now.


  • HanamichiHanamichi Posts: 105  Warrior Member
    edited June 20
    "If I try to add another it gets stuck trying to sync with the second one (never getting done)."
    Is possible to share this screenshot? And what is the LED status of node2?

    "If I instead decide to not connect the second node, I will connect to the wifi, and then I will go to the home screen with the "disconnected" message still there."
    What is the LED status of node1? Do you know the firmware version?

    What is the distance between two nodes?

    Can you try to swap two nodes? Did you try to use another mobile phone to install them?

    Here is the FAQ link for your reference, When you installed node1 successfully, press "No, I'm Done", then go to "Menu" > "Add Multy" to add node2, is it able to add?

  • AeceroAecero Posts: 8  Junior Member

  • AeceroAecero Posts: 8  Junior Member
    edited June 20
    Node 1 is solid white and is giving out internet through ethernet and wifi. The problem is that I am completely unable to access it through the app even while being connected to it. Same problem when trying to use the other router as node 1.

    Have also tried with an iPhone. Get the same problem with the error text "setting(s) failed" while syncing the second node.

    Distance between nodes should be about ~10 m, with a solid wall between them though. They can definitely see each other though, because they start syncing. What I am thinking is that something on the app side/router side is making the app not being able to pickup the configured one and therfore rendering me unable to setup the second one.

    I do not know the firmware version since it has never been updated. So whatever it ships with. Don't know if I can check without getting connected through the app. 
  • AeceroAecero Posts: 8  Junior Member
    edited June 20
    So I just reset it and tried to add another multy directly to show what I meant by "stuck syncing". The second node is now solid white (dim) and the first screenshot is what I can see. The second screenshot shows what happens when you force close the app and open it again.   The second node is not extending the signal either. 
  • Zyxel_EricZyxel_Eric Posts: 28  Zyxel Moderator
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  • BoredBored Posts: 1
    I bought 3 Multiy X and I have the same problem and obviously many other people in the forum also!! Is there any common solution for this problem? Would be great to post this, because otherwise I would have to send the devices back.

    The problem starts BEFORE I want to add a second device. It seems to me, that this is a problem of the app or the firmware, because as soon as I press "No, I'm Done" the error "Disconnected" is shown (as described by Aecero).
  • Zyxel_EricZyxel_Eric Posts: 28  Zyxel Moderator
    edited September 9
    May I know what is your network topology?
    Which mobile phone do you use to pair those Multy?
    What is the model of the Modem/Router connected to the WAN port of the Root Multy?
    Does the Internet of WiFi work after the "disconnected" on Multy App?
    What's the LED color of the Multy?
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