New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

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cmr
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New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

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jrhop
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

Thanks @WB, I have deployed to ~100 APs now and no issues reported.

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JohnD
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

Looks great! So it’s the FragAttacks fixes plus the other bugfixes mentioned in 28.1, without being on a beta.

 

 

jrhop
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

Anyone applied this yet? Looks to fix some pretty serious vulnerabilities!

CptnCrnch
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

Interesting: I'm completely unable to find anything newer than 28.1

jrhop
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

Under stable RC for me

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cmr
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

I've been applying 28.1, but WiFi5 wave1 APs only update to 26.8.1 for that version, even thought both 28.1 and 27.7 include the security updates...

WB
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

I've got it applied on my MR33 home setup with no problems experienced but that's a very small sample size!

 

Got a bunch of MR45 & 46's I'll be throwing this out to in a few weeks time

jrhop
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Re: New MR27.7 and MR26.8.2 Release Candidate firmware, multiple bug and security fixes

Thanks @WB, I have deployed to ~100 APs now and no issues reported.

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