D-Link DIR-655 :: List Of Changes For The Latest Firmware Version?
Jan 8, 2011
Where the list of changes for the latest firmware version can be found? My new DIR-655 has firmware from May 2010, and I see the latest and greatest on the DLINK website is from September. But it doesn't state what the changes are, so I'm not sure if I should upgrade or not.
what is latest firmware version is for router WRT 160n (v1). The Linksys site currently states that it is Ver.1.02.11 (11/08/10). However, on the admin page for my actual router it states v1.52.0 Nov 16, 2007. These versions #s and dates don't jive. How could I have a supposedly newer version that is older than the most recent one posted?
I bought the DIR-615 router from Futureshop awhile ago because my Linksys WRT54G router keeps dropping connection every couple of hours. I have to unplug the router and re-plug it in order for it work again. On the DIR-615 admin page, it states Firmware Version: 5.10. Is this the latest firmware?
I'm trying to upgrade the firmware because I still experience connection drops from time to time (but not as much as I did with WRT54G)... it usually occurs when multiple devices are pulling signal from the router (for ex. PC#1 + PC#2 + laptop). I've just disabled "Short GI" as mentioned in another forum post here.
I've been lagging really bad when my sister uses the laptop upstairs with wireless connection. Just 1 computer makes me have up to 100 ping, imagine 3. How can configure my settings so that i will stop lagging or configure so that i have priority.I have a Dlink 655 Version A4 with the latest firmware 1.35
I'm running a D-Link DIR-655 Hardware Version A3, Firmware Version 1.21. In the past, it has been flaky, and I considered updating to the latest firmware (1.3+ something), but everywhere I read (mainly this forum) said it might be WORSE for the router and couldn't even be downgraded, so I decided to ride it out.
Eventually the problem disappeared and I forgot about it, but now it's back with a vengeance. Recently I opened up a Guest Zone so my neighbors could borrow wifi, and I occasionally run torrents. Torrenting seems to definitely crash the router overnight, while it also seems to randomly bug out, possibly when the neighbors are using the Guest Zone. The Guest Zone might be responsible, but I have no idea.
For what it's worth, I don't think my neighbors are terribly tech-savvy, so I doubt they're filesharing or doing anything risky. They might have malware installed, but I don't know.
Is there a way I can diagnosis my precise issue, should I go ahead and update to the latest firmware to try?
Cannot connect network radios after upgrading to latest firmware. Could connect before upgrading firmware but throughput was slow for computers and streaming. Now I can connect computers, but not radios. They connect ok using Belkin and Linksys routers.
I have a DCS-942L. Everything was working fine on my setup until I upgraded the firmware the other day. In the mydlink.com website when I logged in that day, it stated a firmware upgraded was needed. So I clicked on upgrade, let it run its thing and then tried to view the playback and now the thumbnails are just black and when I click on one, it looks like it is loading but then shows the quicktime icon with a question mark over it. I upgraded my Quicktime component and that didn't fix it either. So I went into advanced settings, downloaded the new firmware upgrade from there by saving the zip file and uploading it via the advanced settings website, and still nothing. I have another camera, same setup, that I have not upgraded firmware on yet and that playback is working fine.
With firmware version 1.31, the Wireless settings page is blank when a browser other than Internet Explorer is used to access it - for instance, Firefox or Chrome.All other pages appear and seem to work properly, only the Wireless settings page is empty. Luckily, the Wizard still works and can be used to set the Wireless settings for general purpose use. Older versions of the firmware worked fine with other browsers, including the Wireless settings page.
I just have an old Dlink DIR-615 Wireless router. I have some problems with it and need to improve it... So, what is the best option... buy a new DIR-636L or 657 router or install the latest ddwrt firmware on the existing one?
Region : NewZealand Model : TD-W8960N Hardware Version : V3 Firmware Version : 1.4.0 Build 111130 Rel.56405n ISP : Snap
I just bought a v3 TD-W8960N and I'm trying to see what is the latest firmware available?On the modem it came with 1.4.0 Build 111130 Rel.56405n.When I look on the website the listed latest version is w8960nv1_un_1_4_0_111108R40398.up (that is the file inside the zip package/link TD-W8960N_V1_V3_111108)Which is the newer version? The revision number on the firmware that came installed kind of looks like it is actually newer. But if it is newer, why is not available for download from TP-Link?
Region : UnitedKingdom Model : TD-W8961ND Hardware Version : V3 Firmware Version : 3.0.0 Build 120524 Rel.05221
I have just bought this ADSL router. Of course, the first thing I did was upgrade the firmware, or so I thought.It seems that the firmware on the TP website is older than the one which was pre-installed onto the router.Website Firmware: 3.0.0 Build 120524 Rel.05221 ------------- i.e. 24.May.2012 Release 05221.Pre-loaded Firmware on router: 3.0.0 Build 120808 Rel.28888 -------------- i.e. 8.August.2012 Release 28888.I have foolishly uploaded the older firmware to the router from the website. I wanted to see what version number showed in the Router's Firmware page so I did a ROM backup, thinking I could always reload the "current" firmware. As it turns out, the ROM file is just the user settings backup.
It is sad that TP-Link doesn't provide change logs. Where to find later firmwares, or even what the change to the firmware was?And when we can expect a new firmware to be uploaded to the website?
Region : Iraq Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : V1
have TL-WDR4300 router hardware v1 but when update to the latest firmware it became unstable and disconnecting so I had to return back to older firmware the new firm ware released 12/25/2012 and it is noted for TL-WDR4300(UN) V1 my model is TL-WDR4300 V1 not (UN) so what is different between the two
Writing this hoping to see how DLink intends to respond to this very large hole. As someone who works in security this is 2 week old news to me but is probably new to everyone else "Hopefully not dlink devs".
So the DIR 825 along with millions of other routers are vulnerable to an outside upnp exploit basically means somebody from outside can root your router and for example open up whatever ports they want. Upnp has its own issues but it useful for those who don't want to open up a port every time some app might need a specific port but was never meant to be accessible from outside your network, Until now.
This is not some bizarre proof of concept or something that is even hard to pull off and what it would give is access to your entire private network and everything that might entail. You can test if your router is vulnerable at this link. It's owned by Steve Gibson. Many of you probably know of him, Somewhat of a celebrity in the security world. There is a upnp exposure test you can do right off the main page. It also explains whats happening and even shows you the code being used, Quite fascinating actually.
My firmware version 2.00NA (shipping version) is still working well.
When I selected 'Check online for any latest firmware' using the existing firmware, I got a message that that v2.07 (dated 2012-2-21) is available. Until now the router's check has always reported that I have the latest version.
I need to find out from other persons whether or not v2.07 is a real upgrade or is it full of bugs. I tried it once a long time ago and Shareport didn't work at all. Immediately I re-installed v2.00 and I've been pleased with the original shipping version.
Recently he was having connection issues so decided to upgrade firmware and for some reason he did it through the management console (clicked the update to have it download the new file automatically and instantly upgrade instead of doing it manually himself). Told him not to do that anymore. Anyway, it wiped the existing firmware obviously and did not update to the newest. I came over to find it wouldn't connect at all. I was able to get into the reset console (hold reset while powering on, manual set IP on computer to 192.168.0.2 and gateway to 192.168.0.1 an then pointed the browser to 192.168.0.1).This window shows the current firmware as version 126.96.36.199 dated in 2007.I had downloaded the version 3.0 firmware and the most recent version 3.13 and had them on a flash drive, dropped them on the hard drive and attempted to flash first the newest and then the 3. Neither one would take and the router remains down. The page itself never changed after hitting SEND to upload the firmware, the browser displayed a progress bar for "uploading" and hit 100% then just sat saying "waiting for response from 192.168.0.1" until the browser timed out after several minutes.
I would upgrade the firmware before deciding to replace router with a new one. I noticed there have been several updates to the firmware since I originally installed the router with the current available firmware version of 1.35NA.
I have a DIR-655 Version B running the stock 2.0 firmware and a Motorola SB6120 cable modem and my ISP is comcast. I have had comcast come out and test my line and everything is fine. I have a desktop directly wired to the internet and several portable devices accessing the router.I cannot connect to the internet. My network is available and none of my devices ever indicate the network isn't available. When I try to load a website it just says "waiting for reply..." and nothing happens. The solution that always works is rebooting both the modem and the router. What is odd is that this problem comes and goes, I will go a week with zero issues, then I go all week with rebooting my stuff 5-8 times a day..What have I tried? I tried the settings that are recommended by Furrynuts to users complaining. I have also tried changing the wireless band settings to different channels as well.
Model : TD-W8961ND Hardware Version : V2 Firmware Version : 120703 ISP : [/COLOR]
Region : United Kingdom Model : TD-W8961ND Hardware Version : V2 Firmware Version : 120703 ISP : Plusnet
I bought this recently on EBay and it works fine. I have just checked the firmware version and it displays as 120703 rel 29722. This version doesn't appear amongst the downloads - the most recent is 120427. Has somebody upgraded to the wrong software? Should I upgrade to 120427?
Whatdoes it require?. What is the current version? What do we need for upgrading? Are there specific codes or new need to buy new products? In case of buying new products, which are the configurations?
We are a Small company with 400-Users and currently we are using ACS 4.2 at our company.we want to upgrade and use Cisco ISE Appliance instead.
I want to know is there any major changes in configuration between ACS 4.2 and the ISE Latest Verizon.?
Is there any Hardware (Switch or Cisco AP ) compatibility issues with using Cisco ISE. (we are currently using Cisco Cat 3550 and Cisco Aironet 2600 APs with the existing ACS4.2) What ISE Series & what Soft version are the latest so i can order ?
I am working at a client site today whom has Cisco ACS employed. Their current version is 4.1. It has been some time since I have done any upgrades on this system. What is the most current version for this appliance?
On the downloads page there's a 9.0.2.ED listed as the 'latest' but then if I expand the '9' below it I get to 9.1.1.ED. Which one is the actual latest? is there any way to tell the one that is not an 'interim' version I think 9.1.1 is also listed under interim?