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Topic # 28929 16-Dec-2008 14:46
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I've searched the forums and google on this topic. Either I'm blind or my google fu is failing me.
My Dynalink 1025w is currently 3.30j
On 
http://www.cormain.com.au/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=966.22582&cartlink=Download.html#dynalink

I can find 3.30u
Try as I might I can't seem to find a change log for it anywhere ...
Is there any benefit to upgrading my firmware to the latest ?
Which version is the latest ?
Can someone link a change log for me :D ?




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  Reply # 184581 16-Dec-2008 16:55
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Click on the tick under 3.63u.
Cheers for the link btw, i've been running the 3.63u firmware from Netcomm, which i think is completely identical but now i have my dynalink logo back.



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  Reply # 184609 16-Dec-2008 18:57
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eXDee: Click on the tick under 3.63u.
Cheers for the link btw, i've been running the 3.63u firmware from Netcomm, which i think is completely identical but now i have my dynalink logo back.


I know how to download it mein friend. :D

I was wanting a change log for it

IE What benefits would I get from updating my firmware ?

What is the latest version ?




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  Reply # 184634 16-Dec-2008 21:00
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3.63j is latest, no changelog is known of im pretty sure, but there were two main things i noticed when i first loaded it, one being the ability to run dual SSID's on wireless, and i cant remember the other.
Upgrading the firmware maintains your settings, they even remained going from the netcomm version to dynalink. Not much risk.



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  Reply # 184663 17-Dec-2008 00:20
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Was going to continue my research into this but I got sidetracked by World Of Warcraft - it being maintence night for my realm meant I had till Midnight to play (got home from work @ 8pm)

Opps :D

http://www.dynalink.co.nz/cms/index.php?page=adsl2-wireless-4-port-modem-router-rta1025w

* Has a change log for the 3.30j firmware
* Its from July 2007

Posts at :

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-threads.cfm?f=82&g=104

Seems to suggests NOT updating it given 2 users has reported problems with the latest update (3.63u).

I think I'm going to invoke the law of "if it aint broke dont fiddle with it!"




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  Reply # 186706 30-Dec-2008 17:47
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So what improvements has anyone noticed with the new firmware? Thanks.


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