Actually, the checkbox in the settings of iOS device stands are in the same wi-fi network of the router, but iPhone not appearing in iTunes in any. When you try to sync from the menu iPhone Wi-Fi Sync it says Looking for Macbook... and all. Surprisingly, the Remote works perfectly. In the router enabled WMM, and IGMP Proxy.
Piany, all thanks, the problem was not the router) To OS X 10.9 Mavericks somehow did not start the service MobileDeviceHelper, so he didn't have the iPhone. Removed *.for kext helper, reinstalled iTunes a couple of times rebooted and after some time the iPhone showed up in the list!
Via cable first plug and put a checkbox
look in the settings of port forwarding or included fire, the problem is probably in sohale, and view the configurations of QOS. try to disable igmp and check working or not synchro,
Update the firmware Keenetic, there were a lot of edits to ensure the operation of Apple devices, for example in version 31.08.2011
The total list of changes for all devices of series Keenetic relatively
4. Added option to disable lock multicasting traffic between network interfaces, this option is on the tab "Home network->networking->Distribution group traffic interfaces" disabling this option will allow no problem to work with such services as Apple Bonjour and mDNS between LAN and WLAN, without having this option is better not to disable it.
PS I also had the same problem, version was updated and at some point it worked, I don't remember after which version; now there is a V2 firmware all modules are updated - no problem.