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Cannot access two wireless AP's simultaneously

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Hello Experts,

I have two Asus RT-N13U ver.B1 both running DD-WRT custom firmware (same revision).
I have the routers configured as follows:

- DHCP off
- StaticIP: 192.168.1.10, 192.168.1.11
- MASK: 255.255.255.0
- Unmanaged 8-port desktop switch with only these two devices (LAN ports) and my laptop plugged in

I cannot access them in ANY capacity simultaneously, only one at a time. Whenever I have the two devices plugged in simultaneously and run a continuous PING I can only PING one device at a time. The ping responses will alternate between the two devices but never respond at the same time.

I have tried different subnets, different switches, different ports, different FW. No combination of anything I can do seems to work. There must be something I am missing.

Anyone help?

- Adeste
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