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Author Topic: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!  (Read 24506 times)

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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #60 on: September 23, 2016, 09:29:51 AM »

No information or that I have been made aware of.

Can you try this new dated version and test it? You can always go back to v1.09.

I just signed into my router and it is now prompting me to upgrade to 1.10 (no release suffix specified), with a release date of 9/21/2016.     Do you suppose that they have fixed 1.10 for auto-update?  The support site still lists 1.10.B07 with a release date of 8/23/2016.
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #61 on: September 23, 2016, 11:35:55 AM »

No information or that I have been made aware of.

Can you try this new dated version and test it? You can always go back to v1.09.

I just signed into my router and it is now prompting me to upgrade to 1.10 (no release suffix specified), with a release date of 9/21/2016.     Do you suppose that they have fixed 1.10 for auto-update?  The support site still lists 1.10.B07 with a release date of 8/23/2016.

I may be able to try late at night over the weekend.   My better half gets cranky when I mess with the network.  "If momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy."
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #62 on: September 23, 2016, 12:14:36 PM »

Understand. I'll be trying mine as well.  ::)
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #63 on: September 23, 2016, 06:54:17 PM »

"prompting me to upgrade" whhhhat? I don't get this prompt?  ??? :'(

I just signed into my router and it is now prompting me to upgrade to 1.10 (no release suffix specified), with a release date of 9/21/2016.     Do you suppose that they have fixed 1.10 for auto-update?  The support site still lists 1.10.B07 with a release date of 8/23/2016.
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #64 on: September 24, 2016, 05:09:28 AM »

I tried the  'newly dated' version that the UI is offering. It appears to be the same version on the web as they exact same problems occur when upgrading to it. Stay on 1.09.
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #65 on: September 24, 2016, 09:59:11 AM »

Ok, thanks for the feed back. I'll try and find out more info.

I tried the  'newly dated' version that the UI is offering. It appears to be the same version on the web as they exact same problems occur when upgrading to it. Stay on 1.09.
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - NA Region Only!
« Reply #66 on: September 24, 2016, 12:00:12 PM »

I am having same issue reported by many here with latest firmware where my Devices are dropping wireless connections.  I have mixture of devices, I've noticed it on my Samsung Note 7, Samsung Tab Pro 8.4 and ipad mini's.  Had to disable smart connect for devices to stay connected.

I'd like to revert to the previous firmware but when I manually upload 1.09 14 I get a failed operation.

How can i revert to an older firmware?

Look forward to next update hopefully fixes these issues asap.
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DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Installed 9-23-16 problems remain
« Reply #67 on: September 25, 2016, 09:14:10 AM »

Installed the FW v. 1.10 07 downloaded on 9/23/2016 and am experiencing WiFi drops and reconnects on all android mobile devices, happening roughly once every two minutes or so. WiFi disconnects on Roku and Nvidia Shield (which uses Google android TV over its own OS) also happen, but not as frequently, perhaps because those do not move around the house. Windows PCs seem to be the most stable, but my current work has me at my wired tower rig instead of my WiFi laptop. Wired connections are stable. Turning SC off helps some, but not completely.

My first impression was that SC was being overzealous in trying to move each device to the very, very, very, super-very best connection it could possible find for that device, and doing it by using machine logic, meaning a straight Boolean algorithm of "if better connection exists then change channel, count 60 seconds, repeat; else repeat" along with a similar instruction for band. (Yeah I know, I made that up and I do not program firmware, but it's not the point). But that would not explain why it also happens when SC is turned off, unless there is something similar that is used under all circumstances. Or most likely of all, it has absolutely nothing to do with my wild and uninformed hypo-guess-thesizing.

As FYI if it's  even remotely useful: DIR-890L is attached directly to an up-to-date DOCIS Motorola modem, and there are three direct wired connections from the router to different NAS devices, and one wired connection to a switch. The switch is connected to cables in the walls; one of the wall connections goes to a DAP-1650 AC AP, one to another switch, and one to my tower rig. Not that it should matter, but there is another DAP-1650 closer to the router that is set up as a media bridge using an AC wireless connection. Mobile devices include three android phones, an android tablet, and an iPad, plus the Shield and Roku devices.All OS's are kept up to date. For what it's worth, throughput using Speedtest.net averages 94 MBPS download, and 11.6 Mbps upload, at least when it's connected (Cox cable). 

Can't think of anything else I might be able to add that might be useful in some way, and know that what I did put up here is pretty unlikely to be useful either.

As for me, I'm now going back to 1.09.

I wish D-link speed and good luck in getting this resolved.

Peter K.
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Re: DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Installed 9-23-16 problems remain
« Reply #68 on: September 25, 2016, 10:09:45 AM »

Thanks for the information and feed back. D-Link is working to correct issues seen in v1.10 and I presume and hope the next update will correct this issue.

Users are advised to stay with v1.09 for now.

Installed the FW v. 1.10 07 downloaded on 9/23/2016 and am experiencing WiFi drops and reconnects on all android mobile devices, happening roughly once every two minutes or so. WiFi disconnects on Roku and Nvidia Shield (which uses Google android TV over its own OS) also happen, but not as frequently, perhaps because those do not move around the house. Windows PCs seem to be the most stable, but my current work has me at my wired tower rig instead of my WiFi laptop. Wired connections are stable. Turning SC off helps some, but not completely.

My first impression was that SC was being overzealous in trying to move each device to the very, very, very, super-very best connection it could possible find for that device, and doing it by using machine logic, meaning a straight Boolean algorithm of "if better connection exists then change channel, count 60 seconds, repeat; else repeat" along with a similar instruction for band. (Yeah I know, I made that up and I do not program firmware, but it's not the point). But that would not explain why it also happens when SC is turned off, unless there is something similar that is used under all circumstances. Or most likely of all, it has absolutely nothing to do with my wild and uninformed hypo-guess-thesizing.

As FYI if it's  even remotely useful: DIR-890L is attached directly to an up-to-date DOCIS Motorola modem, and there are three direct wired connections from the router to different NAS devices, and one wired connection to a switch. The switch is connected to cables in the walls; one of the wall connections goes to a DAP-1650 AC AP, one to another switch, and one to my tower rig. Not that it should matter, but there is another DAP-1650 closer to the router that is set up as a media bridge using an AC wireless connection. Mobile devices include three android phones, an android tablet, and an iPad, plus the Shield and Roku devices.All OS's are kept up to date. For what it's worth, throughput using Speedtest.net averages 94 MBPS download, and 11.6 Mbps upload, at least when it's connected (Cox cable). 

Can't think of anything else I might be able to add that might be useful in some way, and know that what I did put up here is pretty unlikely to be useful either.

As for me, I'm now going back to 1.09.

I wish D-link speed and good luck in getting this resolved.

Peter K.
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!
« Reply #69 on: September 29, 2016, 02:51:59 AM »

Hi All,

There has been a change to the 1.10 version on the D-Link site but i'm not sure if it is the same version or if it has been fixed. If you go to the support site, you'll see 1.10 there however the release notes are gone and the date of the version is September 28th. I did a chat with D-Link and they had no idea if this is a re-release of 1.10 correcting the issues or not. The file size is identical to the version that caused all the issues. Has anyone tried it?
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!
« Reply #70 on: September 29, 2016, 12:52:36 PM »

kvedt tested what came across his routers updater in the UI and he said he experienced the same issues as what is currently available on the main web site. So he went back to v1.09.

Hi All,

There has been a change to the 1.10 version on the D-Link site but i'm not sure if it is the same version or if it has been fixed. If you go to the support site, you'll see 1.10 there however the release notes are gone and the date of the version is September 28th. I did a chat with D-Link and they had no idea if this is a re-release of 1.10 correcting the issues or not. The file size is identical to the version that caused all the issues. Has anyone tried it?
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!
« Reply #71 on: September 29, 2016, 03:42:44 PM »

Why don't I see this on the .ca or .com site? Post link please I will try it.

Thanks,

R

Hi All,

There has been a change to the 1.10 version on the D-Link site but i'm not sure if it is the same version or if it has been fixed. If you go to the support site, you'll see 1.10 there however the release notes are gone and the date of the version is September 28th. I did a chat with D-Link and they had no idea if this is a re-release of 1.10 correcting the issues or not. The file size is identical to the version that caused all the issues. Has anyone tried it?
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!
« Reply #72 on: September 29, 2016, 07:36:21 PM »

My router notified me of the 1.10 firmware update.  Has this problem been fixed?

Thanks,

Paul
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!
« Reply #73 on: September 30, 2016, 08:16:11 AM »

My router notified me of the 1.10 firmware update.  Has this problem been fixed?

Thanks,

Paul
I won't be updating past 1.09 again until they increment the build number beyond 1.10 & after I see some positive reports about a new build. 
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Re: New - DIR-890L FW v1.10 Build 07 Official Release - DO NOT USE!!!
« Reply #74 on: September 30, 2016, 11:04:09 AM »

The post about being a more recent date on the routers update page was seen that differs from thats posted back in August 23rd.
Users have mentioned that it seems to be the same v1.10 version that exhibits the same problems as the one posted on the main web site.

Users can upgrade to v1.10 by using what is found on there routers update web page and try it out to see if it works. If you seem to have the same problem as mentioned by others, then you can go back to v1.09.

D-Link is aware of the issues with v1.10 and is working to correct it and I presume and hope that the next FW update will have it corrected.

Thank you for your patience.

Why don't I see this on the .ca or .com site? Post link please I will try it.

Thanks,

R

Hi All,

There has been a change to the 1.10 version on the D-Link site but i'm not sure if it is the same version or if it has been fixed. If you go to the support site, you'll see 1.10 there however the release notes are gone and the date of the version is September 28th. I did a chat with D-Link and they had no idea if this is a re-release of 1.10 correcting the issues or not. The file size is identical to the version that caused all the issues. Has anyone tried it?
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