Discussion in 'ASUS N Routers & Adapters' started by doc octopus, Jul 24, 2012.
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Don't see this posted in the downloads section of the ASUS site.
That link does not work for me ?
asus ftp site does not work well. must repeatedly groped
The link in the OP didn't work for me but this one did:
Thanks, managed to download from that link !
ASUS RT-N66U B1 Firmware Version 184.108.40.206.162
1. UI related bugs
2. Network map cannot show device name.
3. QoS control for wired connected devices.
4. Special character name/password issue in VPN server.
5. Download master installing issue in AP mode.
6. PPPoE compatibility issue.
7. L2TP compatibility issue.
8. Sonos audio system and network map compatibility issue. Special thanks to Merlin for his contribution.
9. IPv6 6in4 memory leak
10.IPTV multicast related issues
11.FTP/Samba account change issue
1. Enable cross night setting in wireless radio on/off setting page.
2. Enable Beceem Wimax support.
3. Change default wireless security to WPA-AES in QIS.
4. Add Spanish language.
5. Modify VPN server UI.
6. Tune IPv6 connection for ComCast
7. Upgrade 3G profile
Download master 220.127.116.11
1. BT cache size changed to 256KB
2. Support crosse night schedule setting
3. Show amulle server connection status
4. Modify the HDD free space detection behavior
5. Fix download master association tool connection issue
6. Fix the torrent file add problem when changed the download directory
7. Modify the downloading task refresh process
Download master association tool 18.104.22.168
1. Support manget link and ed2k on Google Chrome, Firefox, IE
2. Fix the manget link association issue on Win7 64bit IE9
3. Fix the ed2k download issue on IE
nvram return to 32k.
Wow, it did.
What is the benefit to have 64k nvram ? I can see this version runs quite good for me...
P/s: Anybody still have a slow down with Qos in this release ?
The router stores a lot of information in nvram, including hardware configuration. In the case of a dual band router like the RT-N66U, it means a lot of that space is already taken by hardware configuration, leaving limited space for storing actual user configuration.
A typical RT-N66U with basic settings has only around 2 KB of space left out of 32 KB. Those 2 KB are used to store things like port forwarding, DHCP reservations, QoS rules, etc... It's very easy to accidentally fill up the remaining nvram, which will result in a crashing router, followed by a complete wipe of all your configuration.
Asus only released betas with 64 KB nvram. The last official release (144) was also 32 KB.
RMerlin, are you able to implement that when you update your version ?
I've had 64K nvram enabled since my 144.10 builds.
I'll release 157.12 real soon, then start working on rebasing on 162 once they release the sources.
Well, that's what I meant. Once they release the info you need from 162.
is 144 the last official? it's not available from within the router upgrade UI. 112 is still on mine showing the most current. However, on 112 I've experienced daily stale and had to reboot at a daily basis, otherwise the router is awesome.
I run linksys EA4500 and N66U side by side, both performed greatly with multiple HD streaming on both 5G and 2.4G. The only difference seems to be the coverage and speed on the edge. N66U, if not this daily stale/reboot, its speed is better than linksys its about 20-30 feet away from the router. therefore I'm looking for the newer firmware to upgrade hopefully takes care the staleness.
Asus pulled 144 the day after releasing it, for unknown reason.
162 is now the latest official release, published by them today.
I suspect your daily reboots might be caused by you using an IPv6 tunnel. There was a memory leak in Asuswrt that was fixed by Asus in 151.
I am located in Europe (FW 162) - how does the N66U sense my location? I would like to try power settings beyond 100mW, but it doesnt let me.
Depends where you bought it as the region is preprogrammed in the CFE, router bios.
Over at the wl500g.info forums there's info on how to change the routers region to get over this limit.
Only seems to be beneficial using the official firmware.
By stale, I mean the speed drops to very low.
I don't have ip6 tunnel on (in the type dropdown it says disabled). However, just loaded 162, will see how it plays.
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