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pcWRT firmware v1.21.3 for TORONTO-N Release Notes

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  • #921

    support
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    There are two fixes in this release:

    1. Fixed connection problems with Xbox, Steam etc.
    2. Fixed a bug in the Status page where some connected devices fail to display (e.g., Xbox connected via wire).

    If you updated from a version earlier than v1.21.2 and have an existing guest network, you need to recreate it after this update: go to the Wireless Settings page, remove the guest network, Save. Re-create the guest network, Save again.

    To update to this version, click the “Check for Updates” button in the System settings page.

    #1074

    Max
    Participant

    Hi. I’m having trouble with a new xbox one S. I’m wondering whether it has to do with pcwrt. I’m don’t see a “check for Updates” button on my system settings page. What should I do to make sure I have all the updates?

    #1075

    support
    Participant

    @max What is your current firmware version?

    #1076

    Max
    Participant

    I’m not sure, but I was able to download and install the lastest firmware update, xbox is working, and the auto update button is now visible in settings, so I think all is good. thanks.

    #1077

    support
    Participant

    Great! BTW, the firmware version is displayed at the lower right corner of the page in the router management console.

    #1103

    jblbbj
    Participant

    I got firmware updated and Xbox is working wired. Now my son has a Play Station 4. I have setup wired and found that if I have “Parent Control” Enabled his “NAT” level goes to “Type-3” and he can’t play On-line. Seems to need to to be at Type-2.
    The pcWRT has been great, Kids hate it. 😉

    #1104

    support
    Participant

    @jblbbj Did you enable UPnP on the router? You might want to try that if not.

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