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Author Topic: Oops! Page on DIR-857  (Read 25028 times)

MNoisy

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Re: Oops! Page on DIR-857
« Reply #30 on: July 11, 2012, 09:28:39 PM »

And we have multiple users of this router using v1.01 FW on multiple different ISPs who don't seem to have this issue unless going to a bad address. Yes I have seen this Oops page however only when going to a BAD url. I've been using v1.01 since it released and have multiple users on my network here and nobody has complained about going to a good URL or accessing the Internet and seeing form of the Oops page appear for them.

Also it's not required or necessary to update FW unless your seeing problems with one of the FW update fixes listed for v1.01. "If it works, Don't fix it."

If you think your having problems with your router then I would contact DLink support and ask them about this. I would also ask your ISP to verify URL addressing and DNS with the web addresses your using to make sure the addresses are passing thru there systems correctly and to check there system up to and including lines and signal going into the ISP modem as one poster has resolved his Oops page syndrome at the ISP level.


They are aware of the issue and looking into it....Not much help there.  There goes your "because its not happening to us it fine" argument though!  ;)

Does anyone know if downgrade of firmware is possible without issues.  I just want to ensure its no biggie.
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FurryNutz

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Re: Oops! Page on DIR-857
« Reply #31 on: July 12, 2012, 06:03:33 AM »

If they are aware of it doesn't not mean that there is an admission of a problem. They are looking into it to see if it's valid and reproducible or something critical preventing proper operation of the router. This seems to be a corner case problem and as the OP said, it was resolved at the ISP level for this user. Other users are not seeing this. Only seems to be a few that are which leads me to think the problem come from something else.
 
Its no "biggie" to downgrade. Let us know if you see the same problem after downgrading.

Good luck.
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MNoisy

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Re: Oops! Page on DIR-857
« Reply #32 on: July 13, 2012, 11:45:56 AM »

Fixed after downgrade.

Dlink says a "firmware revision will be available to resolve the issue"  so YES, it is a FIRMWARE issue.  Please feel free to chime in Dlink employees.  

While I can appreciate all of the assistance you seem to provide on here Furry, you might want to quit assuming you know it all and talking down to members.  I am CCIE, CCNA, Comptia networking, A+ & security and too many small ones to remember.  a.k.a. I know what I am doing.

I appreciate your assistance and attempt at explaining the issue though!  Thanks again
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Re: Oops! Page on DIR-857
« Reply #33 on: July 13, 2012, 11:53:02 AM »

Enjoy then.
I don't assume to know all here. I'm only here to help were i can and offer suggestion and information as best as I can. I try to be correct and accurate as possible. However like every human on the planet, we have some faults. I learn from them and make corrects when needed. Dlink hasn't informed me or anyone of any fixes or information regarding this issue either.

Having all those titles is probably impressive for you. However IMO, doesn't make for time and experiences.

Glad you got your problem resolved.

Good luck.
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