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  # 987947 15-Feb-2014 19:08
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charsleysa:

If you have the 7390 follow this link to the BETA firmware (no promises on providing a fix). 
https://mega.co.nz/#!09tRXLCS!f3XYlXJ-yDLbiXJCLoQv6NVqYYA2gXHM8V19wGpDukM


Thanks mate.. Was able to install this as a downgrade without having to do a recovery and shazam, VDSL sync. 

Hopefully it's not too dodgy a build.. Once installed, it lists itself as "06.01-sroemer-build_1209-27067M".

The 6.04 beta from ftp://service.avm.de/Beta/FRITZ%21Box_7390/fritzbox-beta-7390-27435.zip wouldn't install over the top of 6.03.. Said it wasn't valid for my hardware... May try again on top of this 6.01 beta and see what happens (when I have time to fix things).

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  # 989909 18-Feb-2014 19:22
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menabassily: With Snap (ADSL), using FRITZ 7390 and just upgraded the firmware to test this. All working fine.


OK! I take this back, the internet here is terrible after the update, I am a man of science so I am not saying the update caused it, I will downgrade and test.

 
 
 
 


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  # 989911 18-Feb-2014 19:25
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menabassily:
menabassily: With Snap (ADSL), using FRITZ 7390 and just upgraded the firmware to test this. All working fine.


OK! I take this back, the internet here is terrible after the update, I am a man of science so I am not saying the update caused it, I will downgrade and test.


interesting, what isssues are you seeing?




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  # 989948 18-Feb-2014 20:07
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  # 989951 18-Feb-2014 20:13
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Pages take up to 4 minutes to load, pages load partially, youtube videos load after 7 minutes without sound :S and the FritzBox settings are all different that Snaps!

http://www.snap.net.nz/support/content/1/17/en/general-settings.html

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  # 989953 18-Feb-2014 20:15
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menabassily: Managed to find a recovery image for 5.51 for 7390


And 5.22 
7340 - 99.05.22
7390 - 84.05.22


one is recovery, others are simple firmware images.

this did prompt me to archive recovery images too however given the way AVM keep pulling files.




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  # 989954 18-Feb-2014 20:16
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menabassily: Pages take up to 4 minutes to load, pages load partially, youtube videos load after 7 minutes without sound :S and the FritzBox settings are all different that Snaps!

http://www.snap.net.nz/support/content/1/17/en/general-settings.html


painful.

as for your youtube sound issues, i dont think that would be snaps fault.




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  # 989957 18-Feb-2014 20:32
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The issue is it loads pages partially, videos without audio, pages with missing images, etc...
I have managed to get it back to normal with the recovery exe 5.51

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  # 989962 18-Feb-2014 20:34
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menabassily: The issue is it loads pages partially, videos without audio, pages with missing images, etc...
I have managed to get it back to normal with the recovery exe 5.51


sounds more like the IPv6 issues people have been having.

i personally have not experienced it first hand however.





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  # 989967 18-Feb-2014 20:41
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I am happy with the current firmware now, but since I know myself, I know I am going to upgrade it again and keep trying until I fix it, I have a couple of ideas that might work.

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  # 989969 18-Feb-2014 20:42
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menabassily: I am happy with the current firmware now, but since I know myself, I know I am going to upgrade it again and keep trying until I fix it, I have a couple of ideas that might work.


best of luck! tinkering is always great fun!




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  # 989970 18-Feb-2014 20:44
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I was surprised it refused the ADSL settings from Snap and accepted the VDSL settings, my problems might have been all solved if I have disabled the IPv6 support

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  # 989971 18-Feb-2014 20:45
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menabassily: I was surprised it refused the ADSL settings from Snap and accepted the VDSL settings, my problems might have been all solved if I have disabled the IPv6 support


IPv6 seems to be hairy for some, not sure if i simply have an old IPv6 lease, without the issues or my fritz simply isnt getting the issues, but IPv6 is perfect for me.




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  # 989973 18-Feb-2014 20:47
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I have turned on the IPv6 support on 5.51 and it works fine. Disabling the IPv6 on 6.03 sounds less of a realistic solution now :)

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  # 990003 18-Feb-2014 21:13
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menabassily: I have turned on the IPv6 support on 5.51 and it works fine. Disabling the IPv6 on 6.03 sounds less of a realistic solution now :)


awesome! 

glad to hear 5.51 is working out for you! i personally will stick with my 5.22!




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