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Author Topic: New - DIR-880L FW v1.04 B01 Official Security Release - NA/WW Regions Only!  (Read 14401 times)

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Get it here:
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Let us know how it works for you...
« Last Edit: May 13, 2015, 06:53:40 AM by FurryNutz »
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I downloaded v1.04 B01 via support page at dlink.com, even the filename says it is B01, but after installing it, the version shows at router's admin page is 1.04WW, are they the same firmware?

Also I noticed that the home page doesn't has 'usb' device icon even I plugin a usb stick to shareport. I remember 1.02 version I have usb device icon, not sure if this is normal for 1.04.
the firmware I downloaded was from http://support.dlink.ca/ProductInfo.aspx?m=DIR-880L
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Link>Welcome!

  • What region are you located?
  • Was a Factory Reset performed before and after any firmware updates then set up from scratch?
>FW Update Process

I'm seeing this on my 880L:


I downloaded v1.04 B01 via support page at dlink.com, even the filename says it is B01, but after installing it, the version shows at router's admin page is 1.04WW, are they the same firmware?

Also I noticed that the home page doesn't has 'usb' device icon even I plugin a usb stick to shareport. I remember 1.02 version I have usb device icon, not sure if this is normal for 1.04.
the firmware I downloaded was from http://support.dlink.ca/ProductInfo.aspx?m=DIR-880L
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nettewurk

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After updating my DIR-880L FW A1 SEAsia version from 1.03FB to 1.04WW, all my wireless connected clients don't show WiFi icon.  Is this a bug?  See below:  Didn't experience it in previous versions.
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  • Was a Factory Reset performed before and after any firmware updates then set up from scratch?
>FW Update Process

Do you mean the icon where the PC screen is seen?  ???
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Yes from scratch and yes the PC icon, instead of WiFi icon.
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This maybe something they may have changed. You would need to contact your regional D-Link support office and ask them about it.
I see your region has information regarding the same security patch at listed here in the NA region:
http://www.dlink.com.sg/d-link-router-hnap-privilege-escalation-command-injection/

However I can't find your region patch file for the 880L. I see there is a 868L listed. Nothing for the 880L. You might want to ask your region if using the file we have posted here is supported or if they will be posting a different one for your region. Just want to make sure your using the correct FW file for your region is all.
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nettewurk

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OK thanks!!! Does 880L also support triband wireless like 890l? Smart connect also? Here is the mobile screen for its wireless setting. This happened after upgrading to 1.04ww
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I believe they were suppose to support SC on the 880L like the 890L does...I don't know. I'll ask and see if I can find out anything. If you make contact with your regional office, let us know what they say.
I see it was slated for support this month here in the NA region:
http://us.dlink.com/products/connect/ac1900-wi-fi-router/
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Tried to enable it but it exposes my hidden SSID :( Try later to contact but previously, got little disappointed when I called them. They simply asked me to downgrade the version according to my region.
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Re: New - DIR-880L FW v1.04 B01 Official Security Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #10 on: April 29, 2015, 02:07:57 PM »

Ya when using SC, it's default settings are limited as it's designed to auto detect and negotiate the connections for each radio. I presume that D-Link probably doesn't support hidden SSIDs while using SC. I've asked my contact here about it and will post back if I get information about it. Hiding SSIDs can be feasible and usable on some configurations, however there are some scanners that can detect hidden SSID names so it's not completely flawless in it's design.

Test SC out and if it works for you, please give some feed back here on your experiences.
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FW:1.04WW
(Factory reset, upgrade, power off at mains for 30+ seconds, factory reset, new config)

Found another bug in FW:1.04WW all my iPv4 rules no longer work, this bug may have been there in 1.03WW as well but I hadn't checked to see that they were being enforced.

I have returned to 1.02, rules work fine using that FW, will contact dlink support Monday
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IPv4 rules?  ???Please explain...

Let us know how it goes with D-Link support?
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IPv4 rules?  ???Please explain...


Under the firewall section IPv4 rules, there is an option to set rules you give the rule a name (no spaces in name allowed in 1.03 and above), set the LAN ip range that you want to control access of and the WAN ip or range you want to allow or deny access to. Set the port range then select the schedule, the default schedule is Always Enable unless you have set up others in the Time & Schedule section. In FW1.02 all Time Schedules have to follow 1,2,3,4...etc naming, in 1.03 and above you  can use real names like school, holidays etc. In FW 1.02 you can only have 2 on/off times per day, in FW 1.03 and above you can have up to 12 on/off per day (on for an hour off for an hour repeated). In FW 1.02 when I setup said rule to allow access twice a day for a certain range of ips it functions correctly by allowing access then denying it when it should. Example, I have this setup so when the kids friends come over all they need is the password, they have the same access as the kids. So for sleep overs etc they won't have access when they are meant to be sleeping the router does this automatically without me having to do a thing. In FW 1.03 and above I have to go into the router and use Parental Controls once that child has connected and assign the schedule I want them to have access by, the firewall rules no longer have any effect.

So there have been improvements in the creating of schedules but these schedules (except Always Allow) no longer work with the IPv4 (firewall) rules but they do work for individual nodes via Parental Controls
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You might want to ask you regional D-Link support office if this is newly expected behavior or not. We should find out if this is going forward in improvements or not. I'll ask and see if this is the same here in the NA region.
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