on 11-01-2019 02:01 PM
My WiFi Hub received a firmware update early this morning to version SG4K10001E00t
Everything appears to working correctly, but I'm wondering if anyone knows what is new with this firmware?
on 25-03-2019 10:53 AM
on 25-03-2019 10:33 AM
on 19-03-2019 03:02 PM
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on 01-02-2019 09:27 AM
on 31-01-2019 01:17 PM
Hi @Debbie-TalkTalk ,
I did that previously, see here:
I was informed it would be fixed in the next firmware update, hence my posting here as its not been fixed after and update.
on 31-01-2019 10:13 AM
on 31-01-2019 09:58 AM
The update didn't change much for me. But the DSL stats side of things still sucks! It reports as 0 for some of the stats so doesn't help much in the monitoring of the connection. Its stayed stable with 4 days uptime since the routers last overnight reboot (?) but I don't know the max achivable DSL rate as its reporting as around 1mb less that the current rate!?
I was using an ASUS router for a short time that reported as 16mb with max of around 24mb but it had a lot of disconnects after a week and drop to 10mb with interleaving (usually Fastpath) so had to go back to talktalk hub emoticon.sadtears.title
on 31-01-2019 07:49 AM
on 30-01-2019 06:44 PM
I think it's safe to say that the router may be fine but the software sucks and has actually got worse since the update!
I have a vpn service on my internal network that allows me to connect from a remote location, this no-longer works, I know it's the router because i can test the access locally direct from my laptop to the VPN server and see tcp packets, if however I test against my external (outside) ip nothing hit's the VPN server.
Yes I can see packets on the appropriate port from the inside test but nothing for the outside test.
I have confirmed that the port forwarding rule is in place an also the appropriate firewall rule.
How can you possibly have made this software worse after a 18months of no updates!!!!
Also the nice names side of things still doesnt work, router just forgets anything ive set and why for the name of god would you add an option under maintenance for "TR-096" Wan management function which has an ON/OFF option but you cant actually turn the service OFF!!!
Totally unacceptable in this day and age!!
on 18-01-2019 08:17 AM
I noticed mine had rebooted due to system uptime report. The gui had some changes for instance showing line 1 above dsl that it didn't before. I've not checked on a full screen yet, just a mobile but could tell there was some differences.
on 18-01-2019 08:00 AM
That's interesting... I was told no updates had been made. Totally messed up my setup. Taken a day to get it back and everything still isn't working properly.
I had to reset my router to factory, so next update will probably screw it again. They can send an engineer (for free) next time.
on 17-01-2019 09:34 AM
on 17-01-2019 08:38 AM
HI - first post - please be gentle (non techie)
We received the TT hub last month and everything has been fine. We have;
mobiles (Android and Apple)
Samsung Smart TV (new)
TP Link Homeplugs incl one with WiFi
TP Link Wifi Lights
TP Link WiFi plugs
I was away, but yesterday morning (16th Jan) a number of things starting to go wrong.
Laptops were up and down
Mobiles couldn't be assigned IP address - but now seem to be working
Sonos not connecting - I tried the reset process and how works with homeplugs, but not over wifi
Samsung will only connect via the TP Link Homeplug WiFi - says cannot get an IP address
Firesticks work fine
TP Link lights and plugs couldn't be found.
In my very limited tech knowledge, I presumed that something had been updated on the router, and it wasn't auto DCHP...but it was. I turned off and on, but the problems above remain.
To reiterate, nothing was changed by us. I was away and my partner wouldn't know how to update anything
I'm considering a factory reboot - but can't understand why this is happening? Any tech gurus who may have an idea? Been onto chat support yesterday, but no real help. Clearing caches from browsers was their main advice.
Thanks in advance.
on 14-01-2019 07:35 AM
on 14-01-2019 07:34 AM
on 12-01-2019 10:34 PM
I have this new firmware, how can you tell when it was updated the logs on the router have wrong time stamps, from 01.01.2013 00:00:15 to 31.12.2018 23:59:03.
I was only looking since one of my old laptops (running Win XP) can no longer connect to this router over WiFi. It can still connect to my other access points without issue, so I suspect something on the router has "changed". All my other devices seem to be fine.