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Topic # 224024 29-Oct-2017 12:39
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Friends, I need downgrade firmware of my Fritzbox 7340: after last update, it doesn't navigate on internet.

 

Before, it worked well with firmware 05.23: anyone has got that firmware?

 

Now, I've found 05.22, but it is very slow in navigation internet.

 

Any help?

 

Best regards from Italy.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1892115 29-Oct-2017 12:49
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tried here?

 

ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box




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  Reply # 1892124 29-Oct-2017 13:33
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Thank You, but on that link I can find only firmware 06.06 (last) for my Fritz 7340, and it doesn't work on my Broadcom connection VDSL.

 

I need firmware 05.23 or at least 05.21

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1892320 30-Oct-2017 01:14
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 You might need to take a look through this mega thread VDSL performance and tuning thread








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  Reply # 1892325 30-Oct-2017 06:04
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Just reading that thread I've understood that I need firmware 05.23 or 05.21 for my Fritz 7340.

 

But: where may I find those firmwares?

 

 


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  Reply # 1895041 4-Nov-2017 00:13
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Also what bandplan does your VDSL provider use? As I thought that alot of the problems were to do with the 997 bandplan not playing nice with the later firmwares. Chorus (the company that provides VDSL in New Zealand) has since changed to the 998 Bandplan. Supposedly very few countries used the 997 bandplan, And my understanding is that AVM had to make a firmware modification just because of NZ using 997 bandplan.

 

If you are on 997, ask your internet provider if they can change you to 998 bandplan.








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  Reply # 1895106 4-Nov-2017 06:40
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Please, how may I see my bandplan?


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