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MikroTik RouterOS MIPSBE Firmware 7.6 Beta 8 Testing

MikroTik RouterOS MIPSBE Firmware 7.6 Beta 8 Testing

MikroTik RouterOS MIPSBE Firmware 7.6 Beta 8 Testing Download Summary

  • File size: 11.50 MB
  • Platform: OS Independent
  • Price: FREE DOWNLOAD
  • Downloads: 39
  • Released: September 26, 2022
  • Manufacturer URL: Mikrotik

MikroTik RouterOS MIPSBE Firmware 7.6 Beta 8 Testing

Important note!!!

- Version not recommended on TILE and RB5009 devices if MACsec is used;

Changes in this release:

- bgp - added support for BGP advertisement displaying (CLI only);
- certificate - fixed SHA1 certificate name lookup;
- dhcpv4-server - fixed matcher functionality;
- ethernet - added "5Gbps" option for speed setting;
- firewall - fixed usage of "netmap" action for IPv6 source NAT (CLI only);
- lte - added periodic IPv6 RS to trigger IPv6 adress acquisition for non-MBIM modems;
- macsec - fixed interface after Ethernet link down;
- macsec - fixed interface statistics and missing properties;
- macsec - fixed interface status;
- macsec - fixed multiple interface creation on different Ethernet ports
- macsec - removed interface from SMIPS devices;
- ospf - added SHA hashing for authentication;
- queue - improved stability for CAKE type queues;
- snmp - improved retrieval of routing related OID's;
- sstp - added IPv6 support (CLI only);
- switch - improved traffic forwarding at 5Gbps rate for 98DX8525, 98DX4310 switches;
- tile - improved system stability when processing packets;
- webfig - fixed hex input for "Host Uniq" field;
- winbox - added "Active" prefix for current remote and local session ID fields for L2TP-Ether interfaces;
- winbox - added "address-list" parameter under "IP/DNS/Static" menu;
- winbox - added MACsec support;
- winbox - added "type" and "status-report-request" parameters under "Tools/SMS" menu;
- winbox - changed "uptime" parameter format when using the wifiwave2 package;
- wireless - disallowed using "default" as scan list or channel names;

Other changes since v7.5:

- bgp - fixed reporting of session uptime;
- branding - execute "autorun.scr" file when installing branding package;
- certificate - restricted maximum retry attempt window for Let's Encrypt certificate to 60 minutes;
- container - added "start-on-boot" parameter for automatic container startup;
- container - allow changing container related parameters while it is running;
- container - fixed usage of non-authenticated registries;
- dhcpv4-server - improved service stability when removing dynamic leases;
- dhcpv6-client - fixed false error status reporting when server offers T1 or T2 value as 0;
- dot1x - fixed incorrect error when using "mac-auth";
- firewall - added "src/dst-address-type" parameter under "IPv6/Firewall/Mangle" menu;
- firewall - disable IRC NAT helper on upgrade;
- firewall - fixed IPv6 filtering with "in/out-interface" matcher that is in VRF;
- firewall - fixed IRC NAT helper (CVE-2022-2663);
- health - fixed fan speed and temperature reporting on CCR1072;
- health - improved voltage reading on RBmAP-2nD;
- hotspot - fixed service initialization when HTML directory configured on an external disk;
- hotspot - fixed SSL usage on all HotSpot pages;
- hotspot - improved stability when receiving bogus packets;
- hotspot - limit maximum allowed connections based on free RAM resources;
- hotspot - removed "routerboard.com" URL from default HotSpot advertise;
- l3hw - added "l3hw-settings" sub menu under the switch menu (CLI only);
- l3hw - added support for IPv6 route offloading (disabled by default);
- l3hw - fixed "H" flag presence for accelerated connection tracking entries;
- l3hw - fixed possible packet loss when using HW offloaded NAT;
- l3hw - improved connected host offloading on startup;
- l3hw - improved connected IPv6 host offloading when routing table is nearly full for 98DX224S, 98DX226S, and 98DX3236 switch chips;
- l3hw - improved system stability;
- l3hw - made route offloading selection work only on unicast;
- lte - added interface name for MTU debug logging message;
- lte - added interface name in MTU debug logging message;
- lte - added support for Neoway N75-EA;
- lte - disabled RPLMN on Chateau 5G;
- lte - fixed at-chat on Telit FN980m;
- netwatch - fixed string variable values in script;
- ntp - improved initial synchronization speed after bootup;
- ospf - added SHA hashing for authentication;
- ospf - fixed area "no-summary" setting;
- ospf - fixed checksum calculation;
- ospf - fixed displaying of VRF interface in related logs;
- ospf - improved logging when invalid configuration is detected;
- ospf - refresh OSPFv3 interface configuration when IPv6 network becomes available;
- ovpn - added IPv6 support for ethernet mode;
- ppp - fixed memory leak;
- pppoe - fixed MRU negotiation even when it is set to 1500;
- radius - require "policy" policy for "login" service configuration;
- route - fixed disappearance of inactive static routes after upgrade;
- route - fixed memory leak;
- routerboard - set "Delete" as default key to enter booter menu ("/system routerboard upgrade" required);
- sfp - improved QSFP/SFP interface stability for 98DXxxxx and 98PX1012 switches;
- sms - added "status-report-request" parameter for "send" command;
- sms - fixed handling of SMS send attempts on unsupported modems;
- ssh - increased key generation timeout;
- system - renamed error messages when trying to edit or remove dynamic entries;
- tr069-client - do not allow ":" symbols in username;
- user-manager - accept any username for outer authentication;
- user-manager - added "comment" parameter for batch user creation;
- user-manager - added support for multiple accounting sessions;
- user-manager - added variables to print profile name and end time in voucher templates;
- user-manager - allow specifying router's address as subnet;
- user-manager - fixed "migrate-legacy-db" command;
- user-manager - fixed session expiry when it is stopped by Disconnect-Request;
- user-manager - forced username verification against client's certificate for EAP-TLS;
- user - removed unused "dude" policy;
- vrrp - fixed connection tracking synchronization on MMIPS and MIPSBE devices;
- w60g - improved system stability (introduced in v7.5);
- webfig - fixed creation of new IPv6 routes;
- webfig - fixed displaying of "Last Seen" parameter under "IP/DHCP Server/Leases" menu;
- wifiwave2 - fixed "WPA Key Data Length" value in EAPOL frame when FT-EAP-SHA384 AKM is used;
- winbox - added "File Name" option for "Load Config" parameter under "System/SwOS" menu;
- winbox - added "Rapid Commit" parameter support under "IPv6/DHCP-Server" menu;
- winbox - allow "timeout" value to be less than 1 under "Tools/Netwatch" menu;
- winbox - allow to rename mounted disks;
- winbox - changed order of tabs under "User Manager" menu;
- winbox - fixed interface traffic graph drawing on RB5009;
- winbox - fixed "Session Uptime" value for not established sessions under "Routing/BGP" menu;
- winbox - fixed "System/SwOS" window refreshing after changes are detected;
- winbox - fixed "User Manager/User Profiles" window refreshing after changes are detected;
- winbox - made "backup.swb" the default value for SwOS backup;
- winbox - made sessions removable in "User Manager" menu;
- winbox - show "Switch" menu on Chateau LTE18 ax;
- winbox - show "System/RouterBOARD/Mode Button" on devices that have such feature;
- wireguard - strip whitespaces from keys;
- wireless - fixed incorrectly applied ingress priority to non-wireless packets;
- www - improved stability when receiving bogus packets;
- x86 - improved ixgbe driver support;

About Router Firmware:

Before you consider downloading this firmware, go to the system information page of the router and make sure that the currently installed version isn't either newer or matching this release.

Due to the large variety of router models and different methods for upgrading the device, it is highly recommended that you read and, above all, understand the installation steps before you apply the new firmware, even if you are a power user.

In theory, these steps shouldn't be much of a hassle for anyone, because manufacturers try to make them as easy as possible, even if they don't always succeed. Basically, you must upload the new firmware to the router through its administration page and allow it to upgrade.

If you install a new version, you can expect increased security levels, different vulnerability issues to be resolved, improved overall performance and transfer speeds, enhanced compatibility with other devices, added support for newly developed technologies, as well as several other changes.

If you're looking for certain safety measures, remember that it would be best if you perform the upload using an Ethernet cable rather than a wireless connection, which can be interrupted easily. Also, make sure you don't power off the router or use its buttons during the installation, if you wish avoid any malfunctions.

If this firmware meets your current needs, get the desired version and apply it to your router unit; if not, check with our website as often as possible so that you don't miss the update that will improve your device.

  It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.

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