We havejust updatedourrv325firmware1.1.1.06, butwe can notget on the internetproperly after, it's likeit's tryinga little,we gettoptextininternet explorer, soit haslittlefat,it can bewell onwebsiteswith textonlyftpworkstoo.So it's liketheblockpages withimagecontent,we've triedresetting itafter theupdate.But itdoes not help.Itis very strange,somehavea tip?It worksperfectly finewiththe previousfirmware
I have exactly the same problem. When I first used the router I did a firmware upgrade v1.1.1.06 and after that I couldn't get a working internet connection. I decided to downgrade the firmware to v1.1.0.09 and the router worked fine.
So I guess firmware upgrade v1.1.1.06 is no good for the RV325; I will stick with v1.1.0.09.
Is anyone else experiencing the same problem? Is there a solution?
Hi, I upgraded to that image with my RV325 and had a similar result. I have since downgraded due to some performance issues but if you want to go that image I recall that it changed some of my settings back to the default. I can't remember which but thought I would post to help out. Go through your network settings and make sure everything is set as you prefer it. I'd be interested to know if your router performs well on that image. I'd like to try going back to it at some point.
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