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Topic # 179253 2-Sep-2015 08:46
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Hi everyone just wondering anyone upgrade their fritzbox with new firmware yet apparently available as of hour ago approximately  ?

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  Reply # 1378040 2-Sep-2015 08:49
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Not yet. Will do it tonight.

Here is to hoping it has fixed my DECT CLI problem.

Anywhere where I can see the release notes in English? 

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  Reply # 1378044 2-Sep-2015 09:04
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Since mine was not on provisioning correctly, its been added to their management pool which runs customised beta.

So be warned this could break things if you overwrite..
(especially as it appears overseas VoIP provider changes)

Updates - http://en.avm.de/service/downloads/download/show/18857/

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1378051 2-Sep-2015 09:11
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Looks like 6.30 will disable Telnet??

"Access to the FRITZ!Box via Telnet is no longer supported"

http://en.avm.de/service/downloads/download/show/18857/ 

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  Reply # 1378096 2-Sep-2015 10:21
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Andib: Looks like 6.30 will disable Telnet??

"Access to the FRITZ!Box via Telnet is no longer supported"

http://en.avm.de/service/downloads/download/show/18857/ 


Never realized there was a telnet option to the Fritzbox. 
Does it support ssh?

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  Reply # 1378099 2-Sep-2015 10:24
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My fritzbox works perfectly now, I'll let snap push this out if they decide to do so. 



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  Reply # 1378454 2-Sep-2015 17:47
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Upgraded when I got home. Nothing much changed.

Still experiencing the Caller ID issue on my Panasonic DECT phone. Was hoping that this would have been fixed! 

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  Reply # 1378455 2-Sep-2015 17:53
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DizzyD: Upgraded when I got home. Nothing much changed.

Still experiencing the Caller ID issue on my Panasonic DECT phone. Was hoping that this would have been fixed! 


What problem?



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  Reply # 1378462 2-Sep-2015 18:10
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DizzyD: Upgraded when I got home. Nothing much changed.

Still experiencing the Caller ID issue on my Panasonic DECT phone. Was hoping that this would have been fixed! 


if you mean caller id doesn't work I doubt this is an issue on the AVM side of the equation...

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  Reply # 1378475 2-Sep-2015 18:30
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sidefx:
DizzyD: Upgraded when I got home. Nothing much changed.

Still experiencing the Caller ID issue on my Panasonic DECT phone. Was hoping that this would have been fixed! 


if you mean caller id doesn't work I doubt this is an issue on the AVM side of the equation...


I wrote about it in this thread as well:


I have successfully registered my 7490 Fritz Box with a new Panasonic KX-TG2721 (got it free with flybuys and it apparently includes DECT-GAP). Configured as a DECT phone.  Its all working very well except for the caller ID.

When connected via the RJ11 ports as a standard analogue phone the Caller ID works.  Anybody found a solution to the caller ID problem yet?

Otherwise are there any other recommended Panasonic DECT phones out there that work properly?

Edit: PS I'm with 2talk. 

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  Reply # 1378521 2-Sep-2015 20:23
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According to Wikipedia:

"GAP-conformance enables DECT handsets and bases from different manufacturers to interoperate at the most basic level of functionality, that of making and receiving calls." 

I'm not sure what the actual GAP spec says, but by the sounds of the above, things like caller id aren't part of it.  I believe more expensive phones (siemens/gigaset(?) etc) do support caller ID with the fritzbox, but I wasn't all that surprised when my panasonics didn't because, well, you get what you pay for. 


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  Reply # 1378571 2-Sep-2015 21:30
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Finally!

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  Reply # 1379617 4-Sep-2015 11:20
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Updated this morning. No problems and I'm on VDSL2 (made an account just to post this for the benefit of those who might be nervous about updating on VDSL, since just about everyone here seems to have fibre). I'm connected to an Ikanos DSLAM.

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  Reply # 1379919 4-Sep-2015 17:44
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I updated to 6.30 last Sat.  So far it seems good and Webb pages seem to load faster.  I am on fibre.



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  Reply # 1380058 4-Sep-2015 23:49
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Just updated my 7490. My VDSL download sync speed has jumped from 31mbit/s to 33mbit/s.
Cool, all take that thanks.

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  Reply # 1380288 5-Sep-2015 15:57
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Andib: Looks like 6.30 will disable Telnet??

"Access to the FRITZ!Box via Telnet is no longer supported"

http://en.avm.de/service/downloads/download/show/18857/ 


I'm not much up on this but does that mean that freetz will no longer work?

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