I have been trying different approach towards if what I am reading on my rssi and signal quality are accurate. My notebook shows rssi of -75 and quality 15 but on the notebook shows very good or good this is an intel 5100 agn and wireless from my 5 ghz. Distance away from router 8 or 10 meters with 2 walls I could move around to different spot and get excellent signal reading 100% but the device list would show -50 rssi quality 20 or 29. My xbox 360 S is within 7 meters direct line of sight has those a high - 40 or -50 rssi and 30 or more not even breaking green quality some disconnects. Currently using shibby 114 on my linksys e3200. I was using the AdvancedTomato version it did the same with device list information. Things I have done using the Floor Noise on both eth1 and 2 gave me 90 and 92 also tried different setting in the advanced wireless section was tried lowering power nothing changed inputting a higher power range would increase the problem, interference from other devices practically none I would have problems with other wireless modes i had been using. Tried all interference mitigation no affect anything else most likely would not have worked. I live in Texas and us is selected under country of course. I read a post dated a couple of years back stating same events with rssi and quality, one of the things was try using a different country since the driver was in some kind of powerlimit due to country selection, I felt that if that is the case then it may only be just misleading me and just continue testing, bandwidth, ping testing. I peronaly never saw this before i alway used the other wireless modes with great successful using client mode or ethernet bridge but now using access point that now the device list comes to my attention on my network and now that is the only difference I am using tomato for now than the other methods of use. Everything works just fine with testing done from notebook on both 2.4 and 5 ghz both have excellent throughput up and down are excellent. The device listing is just misinterpret my network devices rissi and signal quality. My router is just connected from the fios router switch port 1 to my routers wan port different subnets, fios wireless disabled, firewall set to minimal. A configuration like this would not cause this type of information on a seperate device, subnet. I suppose the driver changes with modes that are used and may have added or lost a few lines of code for device list information would there be something in the wl cmd to fix this?