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  # 982670 9-Feb-2014 12:44
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cws82us: the only problem i got is drop speeds was getting 93 mbs and now due to upgrade its 23 mbs

on snap UFB 100/50


No issues here, same speed as I perviously had. 93 down 45 up wired and 60 down 36 up wireless.

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  # 982680 9-Feb-2014 12:58
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PoHq:
cws82us: the only problem i got is drop speeds was getting 93 mbs and now due to upgrade its 23 mbs

on snap UFB 100/50


Wireless or connected?



Connect via ethernet




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  # 982687 9-Feb-2014 13:07
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I wouldn't touch the new firmware with a ten foot pole. (Well I'm on vdsl and close to the cabinet so that's why)

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  # 982777 9-Feb-2014 16:02
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Killed my ADSL on a 7340. Reverted back to previous version and everything is fine again

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  # 982780 9-Feb-2014 16:15
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I had no problems upgrading. Snap VDSL on the fritz!box 7390.

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  # 982782 9-Feb-2014 16:17
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Can anyone here confirm that the 6.03 update works on VDSL with a Broadcom cabinet?
If you don't know what brand of cabinet your using, just go to the DSL page and all the information is there.




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  # 982857 9-Feb-2014 18:48
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Upgrade killed my DSL, revert to 5.22 is currently working fine. I don't use the remote access or MyFritz etc etc anyway, so will sit on this till something stable across all cabinets comes out.

 
 
 
 


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  # 982959 9-Feb-2014 21:19
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Seems to be a DSL issue only as UFB customers appear to be OK after the upgrade. With mine it all went, and is, fine - 100.22 down and 55.43 up.

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  # 982965 9-Feb-2014 21:29
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And perhaps as above, it has to do with cabinet\line card, so only affects some DSL connections? I've certainly heard of a number of people with issues after upgrading to anything above the .22 firmware which is why I'm reluctant to try it.

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  # 982983 9-Feb-2014 21:35
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6.03 fine on ADSL here.

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  # 982989 9-Feb-2014 21:41
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onecouch: Upgrade killed my DSL, revert to 5.22 is currently working fine. I don't use the remote access or MyFritz etc etc anyway, so will sit on this till something stable across all cabinets comes out.


Yeah I will point out here that I'm on VDSL and it was toast & UFB is at least 2 years away here, so looks like this is it.

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  # 983057 9-Feb-2014 22:52
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Works fine here, 7390 + UFB




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  # 983118 10-Feb-2014 02:11
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With Snap (ADSL), using FRITZ 7390 and just upgraded the firmware to test this. All working fine.

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  # 983130 10-Feb-2014 07:55
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So should people on UFB upgrade to the new firmware? I'm on 05.22 I think.

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  # 983170 10-Feb-2014 09:23
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timmmay: So should people on UFB upgrade to the new firmware? I'm on 05.22 I think.


I think it's only some people on dsl ( particularly vdsl) that have seen issues with upgrading from .22. Either drops in sync rates, losing the ability to change target snrm or at worst i think some people (hio?)couldn't sync even after re-downgrading and needed a port reset. That was all vdsl connections so i think you should be ok to upgrade on ufb, the only other issue i think i've heard of is that smb access is messed up if you're using the nas\hdd\usb port on fritzbox

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