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Release ASUS RT-AX89X Firmware version 3.0.0.4.388_32407

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ben29

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Note: if you running the Beta. download the firmware and upload to the Router!

Feature:
1. Supports wireguard vpn.
2. iPhone/Android USB auto backup WAN allows you to connect your phone to the router’s USB port and use it as an internet source.
Please refer to https://asus.click/AutobackupWAN
3. Built-in Surfshark in VPN Fusion allows you to surf the internet anonymously and securely from anywhere by encrypting connections.
Please refer to https://asus.click/SurfsharkVPN
4. Supports safe browsing.
5. Supports VPN fusion.
6. Supports new devices connection notification.
7. Supports connection diagnostic on the ASUS router app.
8. Supports Instant Guard 2.0 which helps easily invite family or friends to join the VPN connection.
9. Supports OCN, v6plus.
10. NowTV profile has been added under new IPTV profiles.
11. Upgraded parental control and added reward, new scheduler for flexible setting
12. Update wireless settings, supports separate settings while smart connect enabled.
13. Improve system stability.

Security:
- Fixed HTTP response splitting vulnerability. Thanks to Efstratios Chatzoglou, University of the Aegean.
- Fixed status page HTML vulnerability. Thanks to David Ward.
- Fixed CVE-2018-1160. Thanks to Steven Sroba.
- Fixed cfg_server security issue.
- Fixed CVE-2011-0719, CVE-2012-2812, CVE-2012-2836, CVE-2012-2837, CVE-2012-2841, CVE-2012-3868, CVE-2013-0172, CVE-2013-4124, CVE-2014-3493, CVE-2015-0240, CVE-2015-5252, CVE-2015-5296, CVE-2015-5299, CVE-2015-5370, CVE-2016-2110, CVE-2016-2111, CVE-2016-2112, CVE-2016-2115, CVE-2016-2118, CVE-2016-4425, CVE-2016-6328, CVE-2016-10196, CVE-2018-5743, CVE-2018-13305, CVE-2018-15822, CVE-2018-20030, CVE-2018-1999012, CVE-2019-9278, CVE-2019-17498, CVE-2020-0093, CVE-2020-0182, CVE-2020-12767, CVE-2020-13112, CVE-2020-13113,CVE-2020-13114, CVE-2020-13904,CVE-2020-14323, CVE-2020-20450, CVE-2020-20451, CVE-2020-20891, CVE-2020-20892, CVE-2020-20896, CVE-2020-20898, CVE-2020-21041, CVE-2020-21688, CVE-2020-21697, CVE-2020-22016, CVE-2020-22017, CVE-2020-22020, CVE-2020-22022, CVE-2020-22023, CVE-2020-22025, CVE-2020-22026, CVE-2020-22027, CVE-2020-22028, CVE-2020-22030, CVE-2020-22031, CVE-2020-22032, CVE-2020-22036, CVE-2020-22038, CVE-2020-22039, CVE-2020-22040, CVE-2020-22041, CVE-2020-22042, CVE-2020-22043, CVE-2020-22044, CVE-2020-22046, CVE-2020-22048, CVE-2020-22049, CVE-2020-22051, CVE-2020-22054, CVE-2020-23906, CVE-2022-35401,CVE-2021-38090,CVE-2021-38091, CVE-2021-38092, CVE-2021-38093, CVE-2021-38094, CVE-2021-38114, CVE-2021-38171.

Please unzip the firmware file, and then verify the checksum.
SHA256: 19859ba90094826acbd648db0e251559a6f8dfad16a823a15c1928552caa934c


 
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Updated and after 10 minutes, the 5ghz band dont wake up.
Maybe its my fault by i dont under stand what is the problem.
I wait and if not solved i must Hard reset tomorrow

Edit: works after 15min
 
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Works great in all aspects!

See it in logs:
Is this a normal behaviour?
 

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Help me to clear this out:
"The SFP+ interface only operates at 10Gbps speed and is not compatible with the 1 Gigabit data rate."
Asus FAQ page
But see this in settings:
 

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Upgraded from UI.
I was on 386.47191 because it was the more stable for me (i could easily go over 40days without rebooting).
I am sure this one will be good too (i followed the beta forum).
 
Works great as always!
 
Installed this on Oct 22nd, and I only have had one issue. After 13 days, the WAN connection couldn't be found. Powercycling the AX89X recovered it. Not sure why it lost connection to my ONT, which I didn't powercycle. Since then, not issues.
 
I've had an interesting issue pop up in the last 24h. I had a repeat of the WAN connection not being found that I saw 5 days ago, and all of my clients losing the internet, despite my ONT being fine. It happened 4 times in 15 hours yesterday. Each time, a reboot of the router fixed the issue, but it happened again a few hours later. The gap between the recurrences was on the order of a few hours and not evenly spaced. Nothing notable in the logs, just that the WAN connection wasn't seen. At the time of the first three failures, I was working from home and didn't have time for thoughtful data collection. The fourth was overnight and wasn't seen until morning when my wife needed to get on an early meeting.

After recovery from the 4th issue, I did a little troubleshooting and data collection. I noticed after the fourth recovery, the CPUs were running between 30 and 40% with 67% RAM usage. It was the first time I checked those stats since moving to the public version of 32407 and those numbers are higher than I've seen on past FW versions. So, I swapped back to the beta version of 32407, and after a reboot, the CPUs were down to 15 to 20% and 55% RAM usage, which is what I've historically seen from this router.

I swapped back to the public version for a few hours and saw the same higher values. Swapped back to the beta, and the values went back down and stayed that way for two hours, basically giving repeatability to my limited data set. As of this writing, I'm now 4 hours of runtime on the beta 32407. No WAN disconnects like yesterday. The RAM and CPU are showing the lower values, which are in family with what I've always seen.

Sorry for the long writeup. I wanted to provide my data in case it was useful to others who might have a similar problem. I plan to stay on the beta version until I have another issue. If the issue pops up over the long weekend, I'll be able to do some data collection before rebooting. Happy to hear any thoughts or suggests on what to look at or try. This forum is a great resource populated by awesome individuals.
 
I've had an interesting issue pop up in the last 24h. I had a repeat of the WAN connection not being found that I saw 5 days ago, and all of my clients losing the internet, despite my ONT being fine. It happened 4 times in 15 hours yesterday. Each time, a reboot of the router fixed the issue, but it happened again a few hours later. The gap between the recurrences was on the order of a few hours and not evenly spaced. Nothing notable in the logs, just that the WAN connection wasn't seen. At the time of the first three failures, I was working from home and didn't have time for thoughtful data collection. The fourth was overnight and wasn't seen until morning when my wife needed to get on an early meeting.

After recovery from the 4th issue, I did a little troubleshooting and data collection. I noticed after the fourth recovery, the CPUs were running between 30 and 40% with 67% RAM usage. It was the first time I checked those stats since moving to the public version of 32407 and those numbers are higher than I've seen on past FW versions. So, I swapped back to the beta version of 32407, and after a reboot, the CPUs were down to 15 to 20% and 55% RAM usage, which is what I've historically seen from this router.

I swapped back to the public version for a few hours and saw the same higher values. Swapped back to the beta, and the values went back down and stayed that way for two hours, basically giving repeatability to my limited data set. As of this writing, I'm now 4 hours of runtime on the beta 32407. No WAN disconnects like yesterday. The RAM and CPU are showing the lower values, which are in family with what I've always seen.

Sorry for the long writeup. I wanted to provide my data in case it was useful to others who might have a similar problem. I plan to stay on the beta version until I have another issue. If the issue pops up over the long weekend, I'll be able to do some data collection before rebooting. Happy to hear any thoughts or suggests on what to look at or try. This forum is a great resource populated by awesome individuals.

if you provide feedback to ASUS, it will be good.
direct from your router, so you can post diagnostic logs.

thanks!
 
I've had an interesting issue pop up in the last 24h. I had a repeat of the WAN connection not being found that I saw 5 days ago, and all of my clients losing the internet, despite my ONT being fine. It happened 4 times in 15 hours yesterday. Each time, a reboot of the router fixed the issue, but it happened again a few hours later. The gap between the recurrences was on the order of a few hours and not evenly spaced. Nothing notable in the logs, just that the WAN connection wasn't seen. At the time of the first three failures, I was working from home and didn't have time for thoughtful data collection. The fourth was overnight and wasn't seen until morning when my wife needed to get on an early meeting.

After recovery from the 4th issue, I did a little troubleshooting and data collection. I noticed after the fourth recovery, the CPUs were running between 30 and 40% with 67% RAM usage. It was the first time I checked those stats since moving to the public version of 32407 and those numbers are higher than I've seen on past FW versions. So, I swapped back to the beta version of 32407, and after a reboot, the CPUs were down to 15 to 20% and 55% RAM usage, which is what I've historically seen from this router.

I swapped back to the public version for a few hours and saw the same higher values. Swapped back to the beta, and the values went back down and stayed that way for two hours, basically giving repeatability to my limited data set. As of this writing, I'm now 4 hours of runtime on the beta 32407. No WAN disconnects like yesterday. The RAM and CPU are showing the lower values, which are in family with what I've always seen.

Sorry for the long writeup. I wanted to provide my data in case it was useful to others who might have a similar problem. I plan to stay on the beta version until I have another issue. If the issue pops up over the long weekend, I'll be able to do some data collection before rebooting. Happy to hear any thoughts or suggests on what to look at or try. This forum is a great resource populated by awesome individuals.
Enabling Jumbo Frames increases Ram usage on 10%
 
Good data. Thanks. I've been running for days now on the beta with no issues. I'll check that setting next time I change versions.
 
Hey guys.

Just a heads up there is a problem with this firmware, at least if you are running with nodes.

See my post here: https://www.snbforums.com/threads/a...d-then-reconnect-at-random.87877/#post-878997

Hopefully they will have another release to fix this issue.

Thanks.
I think you're jumping to a conclusion too quickly. if you experience a problem does not mean that you know where the problem is. I'm using the latest firmware (407) with a wired node (RT-AX86U) without a problem and have never even booted the RT-AX89X since installation (48 days up).
 
Me too.
i dont have problems with mi ax89x with 3 nodes (tuf-ax5400) and not problems.
Before my 3 ax5400 y have ax92 and have a lot of problems. I must returned to amazon de ax92 and bought the actual 3 ax5400
 
Ditto on the no issues with the nodes sentiment. I have not seen any issues with 4 nodes connected via ethernet backhaul in two years with the AX89X. I even ran all of the beta firmwares between the two versions mentioned. While I found a few quirks with those betas, none of them were related to AI Mesh connectivity.
 

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