Support got back to me a few weeks later. They duplicated the problem by logging into the webserver from more than one IP. No fix yet.
Work around... Disable and reenable webserver under /IP services.
I struggle to recall an install in the last 10 years that it hasn't.Did the Ruckus work? I've never seem something like this, are you sure there is no jammer nearby? Jammers don't show in any of the WiFi protocol scans.
In RouterOS you can set QoS priority 3 to outgoing VLAN packets using this rule:
/ip firewall mangle
add chain=output out-interface=GoogleVLAN action=set-priority new-priority=3
Thanks for the help.That is correct, you got an IP without that line active so you could also omit that line.
Can't test because I am not even on the same continent.
Which should be done per router.Dumb switch and both routers being independent won't go well with the requirement to control other router's bandwidth (on first router, as I undertand it).