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DCS-2230 - Cumulative Firmware Release Notes
« on: July 31, 2013, 06:10:21 AM »

Firmware: v1.22.00 - Date: 02/15/2015

1. Fixed the security of SSL 3.0.
2. Fixed the security of getting the snapshot without authentication

New Feature:
1. Support EN300328

Firmware: v1.20.00 - Date: 06/13/2013

  • [New Feature] Add SNMP function
  • [Bug Fix] Remove “guest” account
  • [Bug Fix] RTSP authentication default enable
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed the security of UPNP

Firmware: v1.10.02 - Date: 08/30/2012

  • [New Feature] Add the manual trigger API
  • [New Feature] Add IPv6, QoS, CoS, RTSP multicast, RTSP digest authentication
  • [New Feature] Enhance FTP to establish sub directory, Recoding size change to 50MB or 60 sec., Event video clip support up to 5MB
  • [New Feature] Enhance DDNS account and password length to 63
  • [Bug Fix] Fix firmware version display bug
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed the recording re-write stop issue
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed the event schedule fail when start time big than end time
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed the samba server test fail at the different default router settings
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed the Gmail test error issue
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed the non-IE Browser guest can’t get the video stream
  • [Bug Fix] Fix event action choice bug
  • [Bug Fix] Fix bug: DDNS name with special characters cannot work
  • [Bug Fix] Fix alarm status API

Firmware: v1.00.00 - Date: xx/xx/xxxx

  • First Release

http://support.dlink.com/ProductInfo.aspx?m=DCS-2230
« Last Edit: December 10, 2015, 07:41:15 AM by FurryNutz »
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