I'm experiencing the same situation. Not really what I expected. It's not ideal to have to unplug the other car to get the full 48amps. It's not a deal-breaker since I don't need the 48 amps in most cases, but I'm hoping Tesla fixes this.I just setup power sharing via subpanel and seems to be working okay. Noticed the following behavior and just wanted to see if others are seeing the same thing. Overall it appears to be working, but not quite the behavior I was expecting.
- Wifi to home network is only on the master wall connector. The other one shows connected to my network, but doesn't have a local IP or shows up on my client list.
- When both chargers are connected, even if only one is charging it defaults to 24A. Then it slowly ramps up the amps on the car that is charging. If just one charger is plugged in it will charge at 48A right away.