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Title: DIR-655 FW v2.03 Released
Post by: FurryNutz on July 11, 2011, 11:57:24 AM
I see new Firware is available for Rev B routers:
 ;D
Firmware:   2.03NA   7/07/2011
Revision Info:   § Address an issue with some Sony TVís connecting to the router in n mode with security enabled.
 § AdvanceDNS default enable.
 § TOOLS DDNS add IPv6 DDNS.
 § Support DNSSL (RFC6106).
 § Support D-Link Router IPv6 Specification v1.16R.
 § Add status IPv6 routing table.

 Get it here> DIR-655 (http://www.dlink.com/us/en/home-solutions/connect/routers/dir-655-xtreme-n-gigabit-router)

Please follow the FW update sticky process to apply this:
FW Update Process (http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=42457.0)

Title: Re: New Firmware 2.03NA7/07/2011 for Rev B routers
Post by: 88keyz on July 19, 2011, 07:56:02 PM
I have native IPv6 support through my ISP (TekSavvy) and after upgrading to 2.03 my wireless clients no longer get IPv6 access.  I tried everything, at best the units would resort to local only access for IPv6 with the 2.03 firmware.  So I tried reverting to 2.01 and voila, everything is back to normal.  All units now have access to IPv6 enabled sites.  Re-flashed to 2.03, wired machines get IPv6 access and wireless clients do not.  Back to 2.01 and everyone gets IPv6 access.  I tried resetting to factory defaults on 2.03 and restoring all my settings from scratch, no difference. 

Broken firmware for IPv6 it seems, can anyone else confirm this?
Title: Re: New Firmware 2.03NA7/07/2011 for Rev B routers
Post by: johndogg on July 31, 2011, 02:44:22 PM
88keyz, I can DEFINITELY confirm this.  I just bought my router, upgraded it to 2.03NA, just only to find out that IPV6 works on wired, and not wireless.  I was able to duplicate the problem.  I downgraded to 2.01NA, and the problem went away.  Now all of my computers, both wired and wireless, connects fine using IPV6.  I am using a native IPV6 ISP also.  I believe this can be expected of any Chinese products this day and age, the router is a good design, but poor quality control as usual that comes out of China.

D-Link needs to get serious or they will start to lose business if they can't fully test their firmware code for bugs before it is pushed out the door of the factory.  Shame on you, D-Link!  Get a better QC team!
Title: Re: New Firmware 2.03NA7/07/2011 for Rev B routers
Post by: 6User on January 07, 2012, 06:22:42 PM
I too can confirm broken IPV6 over wireless with 2.03NA.  Should have read back further before upgrading.  :-\

Laptops running Win7, Linux and OS X (Lion) no longer configuring IPV6 via wireless. Wired connections do not seem to be affected.

Heading back to 2.01NA

C'mon D-link!  This is just poor QA/QC.

Edit: Unfortunately, it broke wireless IPV6 but fixed a very annoying IPV4 wireless connection issue with my Vizio Blu-ray player..
Title: Re: New Firmware 2.03NA7/07/2011 for Rev B routers
Post by: FurryNutz on January 08, 2012, 10:48:29 AM
D-Link has been informed to review this subject. However "No other BETA or full release will be posted until the current vulnerability fix is included for all affected products."
Title: Re: DIR-655 FW v2.03 Released
Post by: FurryNutz on November 09, 2012, 10:11:13 AM
I now this is old however, too 6User, johndobb and 88keys, have you guys tried v2.07 to see if IPv6 over wireless was fixed or not? Please let us know.