Software Update: RouterOS 6.49.1

MikroTik has released version 6.49.1 of RouterOS, an operating system that focuses on running router tasks† This includes routing network traffic, of course, but also bandwidth management, a firewall, controlling wireless access points, a hotspot gateway and a VPN server. It can be done on the hardware from MikroTik when doing its job on x86 or virtual machines. Before use, a license required, which is included with the purchase of MikroTik hardware. The changelog for this release looks like this:

Changes in this release:

  • certificate – improved stability when sending bogus SCEP message
  • conntrack – limit total connection tracking table size based on installed RAM size
  • crs3xx – fixed interface linking for some optical QSFP+ modules on CRS354 devices
  • dhcpv6-server – fixed DUID generation with timestamp
  • health – improved temperature reporting
  • led – added “dark-mode” functionality control with Mode button for cAP XL ac
  • leds – fixed LTE LED default mapping for LHGG
  • lte – improved RSSI reporting on R11e-LTE6
  • routerboot – enabling “protected-routerboot” feature requires a press of a button
  • snmp – fixed IPsec-SA byte and packet counter reporting
  • sstp – fixed client stuck in “nonce matching” state
  • system – improved system stability if device is upgraded from RouterOS and/or RouterBOOT v6.41.4 or older
  • traffic-flow – added systematic count-based packet sampling support
  • upgrade – added new “upgrade” channel for upgrades between major versions
  • winbox – added “Modbus” menu support
  • wireless – added U-NII-2 support for US and Canada country profiles for cAP ac XL and QRT 5 ac
  • wireless – fixed frequency range information on IPQ4019

Version number 6.49.1
Release status Final
Website MikroTik
License type Paid