Release Asus GT-AXE 11000 New firmware Version 3.0.0.4.386.45850 9/30/2021

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cc666

Senior Member
Just released:

Version 3.0.0.4.386.45850
2021/09/29 80.35 MBytes
ASUS GT-AXE11000 Firmware version 3.0.0.4.386.45850
1. Extend the maximum limit of manually assigned IP quantity
2. Improve system stability and fix GUI issue
3. This version includes several vulnerability patches.
BusyBox
- CVE-2016-2148
- CVE-2016-6301
- CVE-2018- 1000517

cURL
- CVE-2020-8169
- CVE-2019-5481
- CVE-2019-5482
- CVE-2018-1000120
- CVE-2018- 1000300
- CVE-2018-16839

Lighttpd
- CVE-2018-19052

Linux
- CVE-2020-14305
- CVE-2020-25643
- CVE-2019-19052

lldpd
- CVE-2020-27827

Avahi
- CVE-2017-6519

hostapd
- CVE-2021-30004
- CVE-2019-16275

OpenVPN
- CVE-2020-11810
- CVE-2020-15078

wpa
- CVE-2021-30004
- CVE-2021-27803
- CVE-2019-11555
- CVE-2019-9499
- CVE-2019-9498
- CVE-2019-9497
- CVE-2019-9496
- CVE-2019-9495
- CVE-2019-9494
- CVE-2017-13086
- CVE-2017-13084
- CVE-2017-13082
- CVE-2016-4476
- CVE-2015-8041

Fixed DoS vulnerability from spoofed sae authentication frame. Thanks to Efstratios Chatzoglou, University of the Aegean, Georgios Kambourakis, European Commission at the European Joint Research Centre, and Constantinos Kolias, University of Idaho.

Please unzip the firmware file first then check the MD5 code.
MD5: 155a57669cd7af1c514f64004846480f


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cc666

Senior Member
Anyone with any comments on this new release?

For me so far so good. I have a mesh system with a GT-AC5300 hard wired. All working perfectly.

CC
 

eJC

Regular Contributor
Anyone with any comments on this new release?

For me so far so good. I have a mesh system with a GT-AC5300 hard wired. All working perfectly.

CC

Is this still running well for you? I just upgraded today. I was having a bit of an issue with 43986. I would find myself running into occasional WAN drops because of what I assumed was a memory leak. I hope whatever was causing my problem has since been resolved.

Out of curiosity, what steps did you use to set up the AC5300 in a wired AImesh configuration? I assume it is something like:

1. Plug in a factory reset AC5300 near the AXE11000
2. Configure AC5300 through quick set up
3. Wire any LAN connection on the AC5300 to a LAN connection on the AXE11000????
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
No. That is wrong.

Perform a full reset to factory defaults using the WPS Button method appropriate for your router.

[Wireless] ASUS router Hard Factory Reset | Official Support | ASUS Global

Do not touch the router after the router reboots.

Go to the main router's GUI and click 'Add AiMesh node'.

After the node has been successfully added, I suggest waiting at least 15 minutes for the node to be fully configured and allow it to settle down.

Now, unplug the node and physically move it to the location you want to use it in.
 

eJC

Regular Contributor
No. That is wrong.

Perform a full reset to factory defaults using the WPS Button method appropriate for your router.

[Wireless] ASUS router Hard Factory Reset | Official Support | ASUS Global

Do not touch the router after the router reboots.

Go to the main router's GUI and click 'Add AiMesh node'.

After the node has been successfully added, I suggest waiting at least 15 minutes for the node to be fully configured and allow it to settle down.

Now, unplug the node and physically move it to the location you want to use it in.
This is helpful. A couple of clarifying questions if you don’t mind:
1. Is the full factory reset of the mesh node or the primary node?
2. After the mesh node is configured, do I connect the WAN port of the mesh node to a switch port on the primary node?

thanks
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
1. Usually, just the AiMesh node needs a full reset. But if issues persist, doing a full network reset is the next step I would do.

2. Yes.
 

cc666

Senior Member
No. That is wrong.

Perform a full reset to factory defaults using the WPS Button method appropriate for your router.

[Wireless] ASUS router Hard Factory Reset | Official Support | ASUS Global

Do not touch the router after the router reboots.

Go to the main router's GUI and click 'Add AiMesh node'.

After the node has been successfully added, I suggest waiting at least 15 minutes for the node to be fully configured and allow it to settle down.

Now, unplug the node and physically move it to the location you want to use it in.

This is how I did it

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