Asus ROG 2 Phone 17.0240.2009.49 Not Rooted Happens All the time Wifi Connection in my home
Ever since updating to 17.0240.2009.49, my phone has been listing one of my wifi connections as "Limited"
But today, it now prompts to "Sign in to Wi-Fi network"
I have no captive portal on this network.
My laptop (windows 10 pro) connects without any problems or prompt.
My tablet (Nexus 9) connects without any problems or prompt.
If I tap to sign in, I am shown a blank page.
If I select "Use this network as-is" in the 3 dots menu, it works for a few minutes and then puts an X on the Wifi Icon saying "no connection" - even though I was browsing web pages before then.
After that, I can't access anything.
I have tried:
static/dhcp - no change Treat as Unmetered - no change Rebooted - no change Reset Wifi - no change Dynamic/Static Mac address - no change Rebooted the router - no change looked through pfSense logs - no information
After selecting "Use this network as-is", it shows connected for a bit, then shows disconnected with an X in the Wifi Icon. At that point, I can't access anything.
But after waiting a few minutes, I can access everything just fine again - even though it still shows an X on the Wifi Icon and says 'No Internet' when I pull down the status bar. However, that is only with Mobile Network Data turned OFF or I turn off "Switch to Mobile data when WiFi has no Internet"
So, for some stupid reason, the phone thinks I have no Internet on this Wifi SSID, so it tries over Network Data and fails - so nothing works.
There must be a Ping Test or something for Wifi that is failing and so it reports no Internet and borks everything up.
What the HECK is going on and how do I get this back to a sensible state?