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ASUS RT-AC88U Firmware version 3.0.0.4.384.45149

Discussion in 'ASUSWRT - Official' started by Squall Leonhart, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. Squall Leonhart

    Squall Leonhart Regular Contributor

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    Version 3.0.0.4.384.45149 2018/12/05
    45.88 MBytes

    AiMesh
    - Improved AiMesh stability
    - Lyra, Lyra Mini, and Lyra Trio can be added as AiMesh node into RT-AC88U network.
    Please refer to https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1038071 for more detail.

    Security
    - Fixed CVE-2018-14710, CVE-2018-14711, CVE-2018-14712, CVE-2018-14713, CVE-2018-14714. Thanks for Rick Ramgattie's contribution.
    - Fixed AiCloud/ Samba account vulnerability. Thanks for Matthew Cundari's contribution.
    - Fixed DoS vulnerability. Thanks for Ruikai Liu's contribution.
    - Fixed CVE-2018-17020, CVE-2018-17021, CVE-2018-17022.
    - Fixed stored XSS vulnerability. Thanks for Duda Przemyslaw's contribution.
    - Updated OpenSSL library.

    New Alexa skill and IFTTT actions
    - Add Alexa skill “ ask ASUS ROUTER to report security status”
    - Add Alexa skill “ ask ASUS ROUTER how many devices are online”
    - Add IFTTT actions : Wake on LAN
    - Add IFTTT actions : check new firmware available and upgrade
    [Note] You have to upgrade the firmware version up to 3.0.0.4.384_45149 if you want to use these new Alexa skills and IFTTT actions.

    Bug fixes and improvement
    - Improved wireless stability.
    - Modified “Dual Wan” user interface.
    - Modified “Port Forwarding” user interface.
    - Modified “Restore” user interface.
    - Fixed GUI bugs on user feedback page.
    - Fixed “Adaptive QoS” bugs.

    Please unzip the firmware file first then check the MD5 code.
    MD5: 720caab24bc6f85edc67012ac773f96f

    https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/wireless/RT-AC88U/FW_RT_AC88U_300438445149.zip
     
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  2. Ryu Connor

    Ryu Connor Occasional Visitor

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    This release finally works right for configuration of media bridge mode. For nearly a year the initial configurator after a factory reset would not properly ask for a username and password during media bridge configuration, resulting in the device becoming stuck in a boot loop.

    This release does have a UI bug. In media bridge mode, the device reports that the 2.4GHz radio is connected to ASUS_C0_2G along side the name of the real connected 5GHz network. The 2.4GHz radio isn't even enabled in my configuration, I'm connected to a 5GHz network that is properly listed and named.

    The last good firmware I could use, 382 (and even older) did not exhibit this harmless quirk of bad information.
     
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  3. Squall Leonhart

    Squall Leonhart Regular Contributor

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    This firmware is allowing devices to receive a dhcp address before they have even authenticated.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2018 at 7:40 PM
  4. Gregory Phillips

    Gregory Phillips Senior Member

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    I just installed it and will report back if anything weird happens to me.
     
  5. Shonk

    Shonk Senior Member

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    i think netbios is broken on this its hard to be 100% as i also just installed a second rt-ac88u in ap mode
    both happened the same time (yesteday)

    ever since the network browser is dead on all pc's in the lan

    Code:
    LANscanner v1.68 - ScottiesTech.Info
    
    Scanning LAN...
    A remote API error occurred.
    
    More help is available by typing NET HELPMSG 2127.
    
    
    
    Press any key to exit...
     
  6. Ryu Connor

    Ryu Connor Occasional Visitor

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    This firmware release is unsuitable to be used in media bridge mode. It has an IPv6 regression that breaks DHCPv6. Clients behind the bridge will only receive a stateless IPv6 address for a short period of time before it randomly is dropped and never renewed. Manual renewal of the DHCPv6 address via ipconfig /renew6 results in the same behavior, only a temporary retainment of the address before it is dropped.

    Reverting to 3.0.0.4_382_15850-g7402e99 resolves the DHCPv6 issues.
     
  7. Squall Leonhart

    Squall Leonhart Regular Contributor

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    Log spam occuring, multiple times over the last few days.
    WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc
    WLCEVENTD: eth1: Disassoc
     
  8. Grisu

    Grisu Very Senior Member

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    Please dont spam all threads with this same issue (3rd identical I read now). Especially as I updated my 68U thread in first posting regarding to this.
     
  9. Gregory Phillips

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    I'm also seeing some log spamming too.
     
  10. SystemF

    SystemF Regular Contributor

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    Guys what about dual wan is it working finally well in load balancing mode? Someone tested?
     
  11. roadPilot

    roadPilot New Around Here

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    LOL.

    New (less than two weeks old) RT-AC86U (master) and new (same) RT-AC88U (node) were working find in AiMesh.

    As soon as I upgraded both to 45149, the RT-AC88U node refused to stay connected (offline).

    TWICE I completely removed it, did a factory reset, and added it back.

    No change.
     
  12. AntonK

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know what these repetitive log entries mean?

    Dec 11 03:36:01 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 03:36:02 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 03:36:04 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 03:45:53 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 03:47:50 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 03:55:39 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 03:56:02 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:09:04 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:09:40 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:10:45 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:12:50 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:23:15 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:23:38 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:32:55 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:32:58 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 04:38:11 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 05:24:56 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 06:05:16 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 06:44:52 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 24:5B:A7:28:07:DA
    Dec 11 07:50:05 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 07:50:05 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Assoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 07:51:58 WLCEVENTD: eth2: Disassoc 88:19:08:23:0A:09
    Dec 11 10:41:34 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Disassoc 44:1C:A8:4A:3E:99
    Dec 11 10:41:40 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc 44:1C:A8:4A:3E:99
    Dec 11 18:00:38 WLCEVENTD: eth1: Assoc 24:5B:A7:28:07:DA​

    Thanks for any thoughts,
    Anton
     
  13. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    They're clients disconnecting/reconnecting to the wifi.
     
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  14. Squall Leonhart

    Squall Leonhart Regular Contributor

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    yeah, but its blatant log spam, asus needs to give us control over the verbosity.
     
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  15. AntonK

    AntonK Regular Contributor

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    Thanks RMerlin!
     
  16. SystemF

    SystemF Regular Contributor

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    IPsec sever still disconnect me after 3 hours exact with shrew soft and with android just internet stops after 3 hours, imho Asus shall remove ipsec or add ivev2 aka agressive mode and some other usefull futures in ipsec, iptv still don't work with manual custom vlans too.