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Re: R7000 1.0.6 - They should call this the Nightmare WiFi Router, are firmware updates always this

JamesGL
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Re: R7000 1.0.6 - They should call this the Nightmare WiFi Router, are firmware updates always this

Hi Killhippie,

 

Please check your inbox.

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renzo
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Re: R7000 1.0.6 - They should call this the Nightmare WiFi Router, are firmware updates always this

Yeah.  I have 3 R 7000 routers.  none get the time and date correct.  I have spent hours debugging their software.  I am runing 1.0.6.28-1.1.83.  radios stay on for the most part now. 

 

night mare is a good thought.

 

I would not recommend this router.  I am going to have to buy an Asus AC router to see if things are better on that side of the street.  R 7000 Performance (speed) beats uverse or comcast routers.

Message 27 of 29
BOZGBOZG
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Re: R7000 1.0.6 - They should call this the Nightmare WiFi Router, are firmware updates always this

@renzo

 

That firmware  was pulled months ago because it's so buggy. Try using V1.0.5.70_1.1.91 (lower number buy newer firmware) if you don't need Arlo support. If you do, try using one of the newer betas.

Message 28 of 29
JamesGL
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Re: R7000 1.0.6 - They should call this the Nightmare WiFi Router, are firmware updates always this

Hi renzo,

 

BOZGBOZG is correct. The firmware v1.0.6.28 was removed from support site due to some issues with wireless and Arlo support. Check the support site for latest official firmware.

 

http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/30766

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