Firmware update: Netgear AC1900 Nighthawk

 Netgear logo (90 pix) Netgear has released new firmware for its AC1900 Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router. This router, also referred to as R7000, can transmit and receive data on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, and has a theoretical throughput of no less than 1300 Mbit / s. In addition, there are five Gigabit Ethernet ports, one of which is on the wrong side and the other four can be used internally, and a USB 2.0 and a USB 3.0 connection are present. The version number of this firmware release is fixed at and the changes are as follows:

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixes security issues
  • Fixes the slow Internet speed issue when Circle is enabled
  • Fixes the number of max competitor download tasks
  • Fixes the issue of Smart Connect disables automatically
  • Fixes the issue where no language is set for the router GUI if it is displayed at 1080p on Firefox
  • Fixes the issue where the GPL document does not display spaces between the words
  • Fixes the issue where the speed test throughput is low if using a LAN client
  • Fixing the issue where the router can not recognize a Seagate Backup Plus Drive SRD0TV1 (8TB)
  • Fixes the issue where the schedule could not be deleted
  • Fixing the issue where the computer could not upload files using ReadyCLOUD
  • Fixing the issue where the router displays the wrong QoS version after resetting DUT or after disabling QoS
  • Fixes the issue where a client can still access the Internet after the monthly limit has been
  • Fixes a typo that displays in the installation assistant after factory resetting the router