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MikroTik RouterOS MMIPS Firmware 7.5 RC 5 Testing

MikroTik RouterOS MMIPS Firmware 7.5 RC 5 Testing

MikroTik RouterOS MMIPS Firmware 7.5 RC 5 Testing Download Summary

  • File size: 10.70 MB
  • Platform: OS Independent
  • Downloads: 3
  • Released: August 04, 2022
  • Manufacturer URL: Mikrotik

MikroTik RouterOS MMIPS Firmware 7.5 RC 5 Testing

What's new in 7.5beta5:

- health - renamed "CPU" to "switch" for temperature reading information on CRS518-16XS-2XQ;
- l3hw - fixed HW offloaded NAT;
- ppp - improved service stability under high load;
- ppp - use /32 as default netmask if not specified for "routes" parameter;
- sfp - fixed "eeprom" reading on single SFP port ARM devices;
- sfp - fixed unresponsive "sfp1" interface after disabling "ether1" on NetMetal devices;
- swos - enabled SwitchOS support for CRS310-1G-5S-4S+;
- bgp - fixed remote refuse capability options, max prefix limit errors and administrative stop;
- capsman - added randomized range option for "reselect-interval" parameter (CLI only);
- container - added tun/tap support for containers;
- container - fixed handling of mounted directories;
- container - fixed imported tar image path logging message;
- defconf - fixed loading of default configuration on RB4011 with WifiWave2 package enabled;
- dhcpv6-client - moved invalid lifetime logging message from "debug" to "error" topic;
- dhcpv6-relay - fixed relay forwarding (introduced in v7.1.5);
- dhcpv6-server - improved stability when acquiring binding;
- dns - added "match-subdomain" option for static entries (CLI only);
- firewall - added support for RTSP helper;
- lora - do not ignore negative sign for spoofed GPS coordinates;
- lte - added "SIM not inserted" and "SIM failure" messages to "status" and "monitor" commands for AT modems;
- lte - added at-chat and NMEA port support for Simcom modems, USB composition (device id - 0x9003);
- lte - added at-chat support for Simcom modems, USB composition (device id - 0x9005);
- lte - changed cell ID info display to short format for 3G connections;
- lte - fixed LTE interface presence for Telit LN940;
- lte - improved antenna scan for Chateau devices with switchable antennas;
- lte - improved configuration export when multiple LTE interfaces are present;
- lte - modem dialer, do not reset dialing sequence if modem reply with error to user set init-string;
- netinstall - fixed Netinstall procedure for ARM devices;
- netwatch - automatically start migrated probes from previous RouterOS versions;
- netwatch - changed ICMP default packet loss fail threshold to 85%;
- ospf - improved stability when interface is being disabled during database exchange;
- ovpn - fixed encryption key renewal process which caused periodic session disconnects;
- ovpn - improved system stability when hardware acceleration is used on ARM64 devices;
- ovpn - moved disconnected user logging message from "debug" to "info" topic;
- port - added support for D-Link DWM-222 in serial/PPP mode (device id - 0xac01/0x7e3d);
- port - added support for Huawei/ZTE K5006z in serial/PPP mode (device id - 0x1017/0x1018);
- ptp - improved system stability on CRS devices;
- quickset - removed PPTP and SSTP server addition for "VPN" checkbox;
- route-filter - fixed "delete bgp-communities" command;
- sfp - fixed QSFP+ and QSFP28 interface disable when using breakout cable;
- snmp - fixed usage of VRF after system startup;
- socks - fixed "dst-port" usage when checking access list;
- ssh - fixed importing of public keys;
- ssh - fixed minor typo issue when importing public key;
- sstp - fixed client stuck in "nonce matching" state;
- switch - fixed ACL rules for 98DXxxxx switches with more than 28 ports (introduced in v7.3);
- traceroute - added "do-not-fragment" parameter support (CLI only);
- traceroute - increased packet size limit to 65535;
- webfig - fixed displaying of grahs in status pages;
- webfig - fixed floating point field's negative value in -0. format;
- wifiwave2 - added "sae-pwe" parameter with hash-to-element mechanism for SAE PWE derivation;
- wifiwave2 - added support for 802.11k;
- wifiwave2 - fixed displaying of AKM in scan results;
- wifiwave2 - fixed duplicated AKM in RSN message;
- wifiwave2 - fixed incorrect AKM usage for FT-WPA3-EAP-192;
- wifiwave2 - fixed reassociation response sending for fast transition over DS;
- wifiwave2 - fixed setting of "ft-nas-identifier" parameter;
- winbox - do not show previously attached LTE interfaces while establishing LTE connection;
- winbox - fixed "Enable", "Disable" and "Comment" functions for L2TP-ether type interfaces;
- winbox - fixed "Next Run" parameter displaying under "System/Scheduler" menu;
- winbox - fixed "Type" and "Value" field displaying under "System/Health" sub-menu's;
- winbox - show warning messages for BGP connection entries;
- x86 - fixed advertising of 2500M and 5000M link speeds on ixgbe driver;

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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