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pcWRT firmware update v1.26.1 for TORONTO-AC

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  • #2029

    support
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    This is an update to v1.26 for TORONTO-AC, which fixes the decremented 2.4 GHz WiFi range issue.

    #2451

    Casino
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    When you restore a backup, there isn’t nothing that say, for example “The backup has been restored.”

    The progress bar is infinite and you don’t know when you can reboot the router or not:

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  Casino.
    #2456

    support
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    @casino You don’t need to reboot the router. The router will reboot itself.

    During restoration, the router will shutdown network (wired and WiFi) and reboot, you’ll lose connection to the router. If you can reconnect back to the router, it would have finished rebooting. And you can log in to check your changes.

    Usually the browser will go back to the Login screen after you reconnect to the router. If it doesn’t, just enter the router management URL into the address bar and hit Return.

    #2498

    Casino
    Participant

    Yeah, but also when the router is rebooted, it show always this message. There isn’t no message that say “the restore has finished”. It seems that is restoring yet.

    #2500

    support
    Participant

    @casino You’ll lose connection to the router when the router reboots. Normally, your PC will automatically reconnect to the router when the router finishes rebooting. And your browser will go back to the log in page after that.

    If your PC does not automatically reconnect, then you need to manually reconnect. And, if after reconnecting to the router the browser page does not refresh, you can refresh the page manually (usually, press F5 with browser active).

    Basically, if you are able to reconnect to the router after you initiate restore backup, it already finished restoring.

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