AVM has released a new lab firmware for the Fritz!Box 6890 LTE which, like Fritz!OS 7.50, also supports the free VPN service implemented in the Linux kernel for the first time. wire guard will offer. The latest test version also contains the mandatory optimizations and bug fixes for the Fritz!Box and its feature set.
Fritz!Labor 7.39 as a preview version of Fritz!OS 7.50
After the ADSL/VDSL and cable routers Fritz!Box 7590 AX, 7590 and 7530 or Fritz!Box 6591 Cable and 6660 Cable were already equipped with the current laboratory firmware, known as Fritz!Labor 7.39, a first preview of Fritz !OS 7.50 , the Fritz!Box 6890 LTE Hybrid Cellular Router is now also equipped with the latest preview version of the router’s internal operating system.
In addition to the latest preview version of Fritz!OS 7.50, which will be released later this year, a first trial version of Fritz!Repeater 2400 is now available.
The Fritz!OS Overview from the editorial team provides an overview of all current and stable firmware versions for AVM routers.
- Fritz!OS: All current firmware versions at a glance
Optimizations and bug fixes.
According to the official release notes, the latest lab firmware once again brings optimizations and bug fixes in the areas of Internet, VPN, and WLAN, as well as Telephony and Smart Home.
Fritz!OS 7.39 Release Notes
New features include support for WPA3, extended mesh addressing to optimize WLAN performance on mobile devices, and support for encrypted telephony.
Officials provide more details release notes to Fritz! Labor 7.39.
If your own Fritz!Box is equipped with the latest stable Fritz!OS, for the Fritz!Box 6890 LTE it would be Fritz!OS 7.29, for example, you can start installing the current lab version according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Warning: Lab versions are always in beta status and have been tested by AVM in standard environments prior to release, but may possibly cause malfunctions.
Aimed at experienced users
The manufacturer expressly assumes no liability for damage resulting from the use of laboratory versions and therefore only addresses them to experienced users who have the appropriate experience.
System → Update → Fritz!OS-Version users can switch back to the official Fritz!OS at any time.
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