VR2800 - Firmware ArcherVR2800(EU)_V1_200710 - Drop outs NBN FTTN

VR2800 - Firmware ArcherVR2800(EU)_V1_200710 - Drop outs NBN FTTN
VR2800 - Firmware ArcherVR2800(EU)_V1_200710 - Drop outs NBN FTTN
2020-10-06 07:55:06 - last edited 2020-10-12 03:35:59
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VR2800 - Firmware ArcherVR2800(EU)_V1_200710 - Drop outs NBN FTTN

 

This firmware does not work on FTTN NBN connections in Perth.  Drops out ever ten minutes.  Had to downgrade to the previous firmware Archer VR2800(EU)_V1_200227.

 

Can TP-Link please fix the newer firmware so it is stable on FTTN connection.  I think there were constant DNS checking traffic that was overloading the connection and the NBN was drop the connection off, probably becaues of a dos.

 

The old firware is still works without a problem.

 

Radar

 

 

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Re:VR2800 - Firmware ArcherVR2800(EU)_V1_200710 - Drop outs NBN FTTN-Solution
2020-10-09 22:22:44 - last edited 2020-10-12 03:35:59
I have the latest firmware. FTTN in Canberra. No problems. When you upgraded to the latest firmware, did you reset to factory defaults afterwards, before implementing custom changes? For my DNS, I actually use 1.1.1.1 (see https://1.1.1.1/dns) rather than let my ISP provide DNS details.
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Re:VR2800 - Firmware ArcherVR2800(EU)_V1_200710 - Drop outs NBN FTTN-Solution
2020-10-09 22:22:44 - last edited 2020-10-12 03:35:59
I have the latest firmware. FTTN in Canberra. No problems. When you upgraded to the latest firmware, did you reset to factory defaults afterwards, before implementing custom changes? For my DNS, I actually use 1.1.1.1 (see https://1.1.1.1/dns) rather than let my ISP provide DNS details.
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2020-10-29 16:31:35

@Radar23 My still shows 0.5.0 0.9.1 v006c.0 Build 200708 Beta.53465n, and it's working fine.  I don't see any updates when i click "Check for updates"

In Perth connected to FTTN as well.

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