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  # 1772394 29-Apr-2017 12:22
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quebec:

 

@kimxk Do you have any idea what can be wrong, I have tried multiple DNS services, was working fine before and still works for dynu if I restore to old backup. Will try duckdns. Fritz Support have no idea it seems, they don't even believe me. Asking me to generate support data, even that doesn't work, support data file never finishes downloading.

 

 

 

 

@quebec

 

 

 

Sorry, no idea.  I'm still on 6.80.  Think I'll stay there for the time being, as DynDNS is working and also generate support data works as well.

 

 

 

There's a thread here with people on 6.83 who can't do it.


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  # 1772397 29-Apr-2017 12:25
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@kimxk is there a way to downgrade to 6.80?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1772462 29-Apr-2017 14:59
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@kimxk All good after downloading to 6.80 Fritz support still don't believe this is because of a bug in 6.83. I was also having issues with my Fire Stick after 6.83. Speed would drop on 5Ghz. Let's see if that's fixed too.
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  # 1772542 29-Apr-2017 18:31
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Ok so things are back to normal after reverting back to 6.80 bit Fire stick still playing up on 5Ghz. Connects fine on channel 48 but after about 20 mins it drops the connection although Fritzbox still shows it as connected at 48Mbps always after fire stick drops the internet. Works fine on 2GHz and was working perfect until the update to 6.80. I've had it since Dec 16.





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