ReadyNAS OS 6.7.1 now available!
Release notes for 6.7.1 are available here. Please read these before updating.
N.B. Devices updated with 6.7.1 firmware should not be downgraded to earlier firmware versions.
This firmware is available for the following systems:
arm (RN102 / RN104 / RN202 / RN204 / RN212 / RN214 / RN2120)
x86_64 (RN312 / RN314 / RN316 / RN422 / RN 424 / RN516 / RN524x / RN526x / RN528x / RN626x / RN628x / RN716x / RN3130 / RN3138 / RN3220 / RR3312 / RN4220 / RR4312 / RR4360)
Devices updated with 6.7.1 firmware should not be downgraded to earlier firmware versions.
RN4220S: 10G SFP+ ports in this model don't work on 6.7.1. There will be a fix in the next firmware release.
RN102, RN104 & RN2120:
- Systems running firmware older than 6.2.1 should update to 6.2.4 first. Then update from 6.2.4 to 6.7.1
Useful links: Sending Logs|My ReadyNAS Gear|FAQ|Hardware Compatibility List|Docs: Setup Guide, Manual|Downloads|Unofficial Tips|GPL|MDGM on Twitter|MDGM's Unofficial Guides
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Unofficial Guide for Moving from Sparc ReadyNAS to x86 ReadyNAS|Using Gmail with the ReadyNAS|XRAID Volume Size Calculator