AVM has also released a new lab firmware for the FRITZ! Repeater 3000 in FRITZ! OS 7.24-87765. The update only includes bug fixes and improvements, which can be found beneath. Mounted a bug that prompted data transmission to be interrupted for a couple of seconds when switching from 5 to 2.4 GHz if the FRITZ! Repeater was not positioned accurately. An additional bug brought on video clip streaming interruptions when making use of IPv6 connections. Past but not minimum, a bug has been set that in some cases only triggered a 2.4 GHz connection to be proven when the FRITZ! The FRITZ! OS 7.24-87765 for the FRITZ! Repeater 3000 can now be downloaded from AVM. Any individual who has previously installed a lab edition on the FRITZ! Repeater will routinely give you the update and you can set up it straight through the person interface. You can obtain additional facts about this update down below or on AVM.
Obtain -> Obtain FRITZ! OS 7.24-87765 for FRITZ! Repeater 3000
The new firmware can be downloaded from the next AVM web page:
- Download FRITZ! OS 7.24-87765 for FRITZ! Repeater 3000
Attention: This firmware is only suitable for FRITZ! Repeater 3000!
Site -> https://avm.de/fritz-labor/
Additional advancements to FRITZ! OS 7.24-87765 for the FRITZ! Repeater 3000
- Set: data transmission was interrupted for a handful of seconds when switching from 5 to 2.4 GHz if the FRITZ! Repeater was positioned unfavorably.
- Fixed: online video streaming interruptions when utilizing IPv6 connections.
- Mounted: reconnecting the FRITZ! Repeater, in some instances only a 2.4 GHz relationship was originally founded.
Notes on the lab update for FRITZ! Box
This FRITZ! The lab version is in beta standing. It was tested in regular environments just before it was introduced, but it can also malfunction. AVM assumes no responsibility for damages ensuing from the use of this variation. You can exchange the FRITZ! Box to the FRITZ! Formal OS at any time utilizing the recovery.exe file integrated in this lab package.
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