Updating firmware router
It would be a safe assumption that all of those are preinstalled with the faulty V220.127.116.11 firmware, and everyone purchasing those routers could potentially have this problem. Look for the original firmware version which is what you want to install. They recommend updating over a wired connection, which I did. You’ll find an option to upgrade firmware (even though we’re technically downgrading).You will be prompted to navigate to the .26 version you just downloaded.
Close any instances of CCS that are running in your system.Very old firmware releases such as the ones present in Keystone II EVMs (18.104.22.168) are known to have problems updating.In general they work well in Windows, therefore proceed with the update at your own risk as the JTAG debugger may be bricked and only recoverable by returning the board for repair.You can follow the same instructions as shown above to downgrade firmware: Go to with a username of admin and a password of .
In 2012 and in 2015, I purchased Netgear routers which both began experiencing intermittant disconnection problems.At this point, the installation is automatic, and you should have the original .26 version installed. You will be prompted to restart your router only if there is an error.Because I had no error, I didn’t restart my router – and found myself disconnecting again.The only way I could seem to get back online was to unplug it and plug it back in.