NetGear WNR3500v2 RangeMax Wireless N Gigabit Router Firmware 1.0.2.10

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Date: September 17, 2009
File Size: 3.3 MB
OS Support: Windows XP/Vista
Downloads: 1,287

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Release notes:

Note: Do not upgrade the firmware using a wireless connection. Please perform firmware upgrade with “wired” or Ethernet connection only.

New Features:

1. Multiple Language support.
2. Traffic Meter
3. Support for Smart Wizard 3.2
4. OpenDNS (LPC) support
5. The Wildcard option for DDNS is removed since DynDNS now does not allow this option to be set from the updating protocol.

Known Issues:

1. Firmware Upgrade Check - When the PPPoE or PPTP mode is Dial-on-Demand and the link is not connected, clicking the “Check” button at the Firmware Upgrade GUI page can trigger the connection but sometimes the GUI page shows “No Internet connection available”.
Workaround: Another click on the “Check” button while the PPPoE/PPTP link is connected will resolve the issue.

To Upgrade:

Note: Do not upgrade the firmware using a wireless connection. Please perform firmware upgrade with “wired” or Ethernet connection only.

1. Write down all the settings which you changed from the default values, since you may need to reenter them manually.
2. Download using the button to your right.
3. Log in to the router using a Web broswer. The URL is http://www.routerlogin.net.
4. Click Maintenance > Router Upgrade
5. Click Browse and find the file you just downloaded.
6. Click Upload. Do not interrupt the upgrade while the router does this step.
Important Note: The upgrade process is completed when the on screen progress bar completes. If power LED light turns amber and blinking, power cycle the router to complete the upgrade.

First FTP for North America users only, second one World-wide version - for users outside North America only.

Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.

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