Well, like I had mentioned the RT-N16 is getting all the same updates the N66U is getting. In fact, I recently noticed that during boot a message pops up in the log mentioning something like: Built for RT-N66U
So development for our N16s is in unison with the N-66U. And .108 has also just been released. Has anyone given it a shot yet? I've downloaded it but won't have the time to check it out until probably later tonight.
You can find it here for now: ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/wireless/RT-N16/
...as it hasn't yet been posted to the ASUS Support page. According to the N66U thread, here is the changelog:
ASUS RT-N66U B1 Firmware Version 220.127.116.11.108
1. httpd abnormal after adding more than 24 IP/MAC entries
2. RF power decrease issue reported in 18.104.22.168.96
3. Port forwarding UI issue.
4. Media server directory change issue
5. IPv6 related issue
6. Printer sharing issue on Windows 7 64bits
7. Download master
- The HTTP and FTP task cannot continue when WAN reconnect to Internet.
- some multi-language strings issue.
- Bit torrent association tool compatibility issue.
- enhance amule stability.
1. allow to change range of VPN IP
2. allow user to modify scanning directory of media server
3. allow user to select attached clients into static DHCP IP list
4. CTF ability automatically adjustment
5. change the WPA key rotation interval default value from 0 to 3600
6. VPN username/password length is set to 32
Some of what is listed there was also in .102, but we know that was pulled so it makes sense this new update would have some of the same fixes.
I'm anxious to see if this packet loss issue I'm having is resolved. I know nobody confirmed the same issue on their ends, but I know this router is at the center of the problem in some way. After a factory reset and performing only the necessary setup on the router before testing(so no extra settings interfering) and also only having a single device plugged in, I get a small amount of packet loss(but enough to make multiplayer gaming sometimes miserable). If I connect that same computer directly to the cable modem, no packet loss.
Anyway, anyone have any feedback yet on .108?