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Title: European rev.A 1.08b07 firmware
Post by: koroziv on October 11, 2014, 10:16:30 PM
I wasted a few hours testing the european rev.A 1.08b07 firmware, here is the changelog :
Problems Resolved:
1. Fix GMX mail canít use SSL/TLS issue
2. Support BCM patch for the CE adaptivity issue
3. Fix wan DHCP renew issue by accept packets with broadcast and udp port 68
Enhancements:
1. Enable CTF pppoe acceleration.
Note:  1. Update channel list to "D-Link Wi-FI frequency table_20140409"
- Finally, after about 1 year, they enabled ctf pppoe acceleration, now i have 930 mbps with official fw.
- The time is buggy, giving me wrong values, and after setting it up manually it will not survive a reboot.
- ipv6 still not working, exactly the same issues as before. I get ipv6 on the router, but nothing in my lan gets an ipv6 address. Only the ULA trick gives me sometimes results, but after a reboot all is gone. On an ipv6 only speed test i could not get past 150-200 mbps, probably the ctf pppoe accel. is enaled only for ipv4 (why, ffs...)
- Another thing that a noticed is that it connects faster now, i have a wan ipv4 address faster after a reconnect.

Title: Re: European rev.A 1.08b07 firmware
Post by: FurryNutz on October 19, 2014, 12:07:40 PM
Did you factory reset the router before applying the update then factory reset after the update and set up from scratch with out re-loading a saved config file?

Do you see channels above 48 now on 5Ghz?

http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=60520.0 (http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=60520.0)
Title: Re: European rev.A 1.08b07 firmware
Post by: koroziv on October 19, 2014, 08:00:29 PM
The router was on Singapore fw before this (for repeater mode) so yes, i did reset it before and after flashing the new firmare. I don't know about the 5Ghz channels, didn't check, and the router is in his box now, will remain there until ipv6 gets fixed or i find someone to buy it.
Title: Re: European rev.A 1.08b07 firmware
Post by: FurryNutz on October 19, 2014, 08:32:07 PM
Can you check to see of there are channels above 48 please?

I'm getting IPv6 on the LAN side for my supporting clients.