What is the latest IQrouter firmware?

There are currently two models of IQrouter firmware, IQRV1 (has 2 antennas) and IQRV2 (has 3 antennas).

Latest version:

IQRV1 firmware: 2.5.6
IQRV2 firmware: 3.2.0

The current version of your IQrouter firmware is typically displayed at the bottom of any IQrouter page, including the logon page. Otherwise, this will explain How do I check my IQrouter's firmware version.

IQRV1 firmware updates can be requested by submitting a support ticket. Make sure to include your IQrouter device name and current firmware version in the request.

IQRV2 firmware allows the user to upgrade the firmware to the latest version as soon as it is available. If a new firmware version is available you will see an "Upgrade Now" button on the overview page when logging into the IQrouter.

IQRV2 Release Notes:

  • 2.0 
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.4.50
    • Improve initial configuration pages
  • 2.1
    • add WiFi check to the initial configuration
    • add WiFi Survey tool
  • 2.2
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.4.61
    • add guest network config tool
  • 2.3
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.4.71
    • Improve initial configuration pages
  • 2.4
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.4.89
  • 2.5
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.4.92
    • Security fixes to hostapd and the Linux kernel
    • Improve network configuration pages
  • 3.0
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.9.120
    • Improvements in IPv6 DHCP
    • Updated traffic manager with per-host, per-target fairness
    • New status page with Ping statistics
    • Improved configuration workflow
  • 3.1
    • Linux kernel updated to version 4.9.152
    • Security fixes for the Linux kernel,  OpenSSL and MbedTLS
    • IPv6 and network service fixes
    • Changes to the workflow in Initial config
    • Auto-detect cable modems and default the choices
  • 3.2
    • Linux kernel updated to versions 4.9.184
    • SACK security fixes for the Linux kernel
    • WPA3 security fixes in hostapd
    • Further security fixes for Curl and the Linux kernel
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