MetroLinq 60 (ML-60 first generation) Firmware

MetroLinq 60 (ML-60 first generation) Firmware

Supported Models

The firmware on this page applies to the following MetroLinq models ONLY:

ML-60-35
ML-60-19
ML-60-30-18


Must-Read Upgrade Notes:
  • 1.1.8 and later FW versions are not compatible with MetroLinq serial serial numbers starting with AF (late 2015 - early 2016 units).
  • 1.1.8 and later FW versions are not compatible with previous firmware versions, so all connected devices must be upgraded.
  • The device must be reset to default settings when rolling back to 1.1.7 and earlier firmware versions. 
  • The 5 GHz radio mode (master or client) should match the 60 GHz radio mode (master or client) before upgrading from 1.1.7 or earlier firmware versions.
  • When downgrading to a previous firmware version, all settings should be cleared (try un-checking the "keep current settings after upgrade" button).

Please note, if you are looking for MetroLinq 60 LW & MetroLinq 60 One Firmware, please click "Here"



Version 1.4.2

June 19, 2019

Downloads

Release Notes

  • NOTE: Update clients first
  • New Feature: Improved Point to Multi-Point perform


Version 1.4.1

May 30, 2019

Downloads

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Release Notes

  • New Feature: Improved Point to Multi-Point performance
  • Bug Fix: Stability Enhancements
  • Bug Fix: 5ghz stability improvements



Version 1.4.0

January 31, 2019

Downloads

Release Notes

  • Fixed TIPC random memory corruption
  • Fixed minor UI bugs related to display
  • Fixed 5GHz radio crash when multicast traffic is being sent
  • Fixed Aiming mode on 60GHz radio
  • Added support for Somalia country code
  • Added custom recovery for 60GHz radio
  • Added Metrolinq Peers support for Metrolinq platform
  • Updated multicast parameters on Metrolinq platforms
  • Known issue: Radio FW version sometimes displays N/A on 60 GHz settings page


Version 1.2.1

July 5, 2018

Downloads

Upgrade Notes

Must-Read Upgrade Notes:
  • 1.2.1 is not compatible with MetroLinq serial serial numbers starting with AF (late 2015 - early 2016 units).
  • 1.2.1 is not compatible with 1.1.7, so all connected devices must be upgraded.
  • The device must be reset to default settings when rolling back to 1.1.7 and earlier firmware versions. 
  • The 5 GHz radio mode (master or client) should match the 60 GHz radio mode (master or client) before upgrading from 1.1.7 or earlier.

Release Notes

  • Improved Latency for 60 GHz
  • Improved 60 GHz watchdog
  • Added IGMP snooping
  • Disabled fwlogs by default
  • Updated Japan country regdb rules
  • Known Issue: Link occasionally stops passing traffic when 60 GHz client is in "fixed channel" mode. Using auto channel on the 60 GHz  client fixes the problem. 


Version 1.2.0

May 29, 2018

Downloads

Upgrade Notes

Must-Read Upgrade Notes:
  • 1.2.0 is not compatible with MetroLinq serial serial numbers starting with AF (late 2015 - early 2016 units).
  • 1.2.0 is not compatible with 1.1.7, so all connected devices must be upgraded.
  • The device must be reset to default settings when rolling back to 1.1.7 and earlier firmware versions. 
  • The 5 GHz radio mode (master or client) should match the 60 GHz radio mode (master or client) before upgrading from 1.1.7 or earlier.

Release Notes

  • New Feature: Added scan option for 60 GHz radio
  • Improvement: Decrease failover sensitivity
  • Improvement: DFS operation improvement for 5 GHz radio
  • Bug Fix: Buffer memory issue on 60 GHz
  • Bug Fix: UMAC timeout on 60 GHz


Version 1.1.9

March 27, 2018

Upgrade Notes

Must-Read Upgrade Notes:
  • 1.1.9 is not compatible with MetroLinq serial serial numbers starting with AF (late 2015 - early 2016 units).
  • 1.1.9 is not compatible with 1.1.7, so all connected devices must be upgraded.
  • The device must be reset to default settings when rolling back to 1.1.7 and earlier firmware versions. 
  • The 5 GHz radio mode (master or client) should match the 60 GHz radio mode (master or client) before upgrading from 1.1.7 or earlier.

Release Notes 

  • New Feature: Added wait indication message when settings are being applied  
  • New Feature: Added Client isolation for 60 GHz radio  
  • Improvement: 5 GHz backup operation
  • Improvement: snmpd improvements (new stats gathering implementation)
  • Improvement:Ping watchdog update
  • Improvement: 60 GHz driver update (offload and host)
  • Improvement: Increased default log sizes  
  • Improvement: Optimized 60 GHz queue mechanism  
  • Bug Fix: Incorrect handling of EAPOL frames causes disconnections
  • Bug Fix: Remote RSSI bug (5 GHz radio)  
  • Bug Fix: 60 GHz radio UMAC timeout
  • Bug Fix: Statistics gathering daemon hangs
  • Bug Fix: 60 GHz interface creation crashes
  • Bug Fix: DHCP lease issues when management VLAN is enabled
  • Bug Fix: 60 GHz RSN bug for PTMP
  • Bug Fix: Multicast traffic pass-through causes kernel panic 
  • Updated: Regulatory DB for AU, NZ, ZA country codes



Version 1.1.8 (compatibility release)

January 25, 2018

Downloads 

Upgrade Notes

Must-Read Upgrade Notes:
  • This is a compatibility release to connect ML-60-19 and ML-60-35 units to the ML 2.5 Beam-forming sector and is not meant for PTP links!
  • 1.1.8 is not compatible with MetroLinq serial serial numbers starting with AF (late 2015 - early 2016 units). 
  • 1.1.8 is not compatible with 1.1.7, so all connected devices must be upgraded. 
  • The device must be reset to default settings when rolling back to previous firmware versions. 
  • The 5 GHz radio mode (master or client) should match the 60 GHz radio mode (master or client) before upgrading.

Release Notes 

  • Improved: 60 GHz drivers
  • Improved: Failover implemented through bonding
  • New Feature: Added support for PTMP with ML 2.5 Beamforming Sector
  • Bug Fix: Client does not recover from disconnection
  • Bug Fix: 5 GHz radio "flapping"
  • Bug Fix: Random STA disconnects when encryption enabled in PTMP
  • Changed: The 5 GHz radio mode (master or client) is automatically determined by the 60 GHz radio mode (master or client)
  • Known Issue: the 5 GHz radio mode can be "locked" in a mode (master or client) which does not match the 60 GHz mode if the modes do not match before upgrading. To fix this, simply change the 60 GHz radio mode to match the 5 GHz radio mode, after which the 5 GHz radio will follow any changes made to the 60 GHz radio.



Version 1.1.7

October 24, 2017 

Change Log SR1 (1.1.7r9446)

  • Patched KRACK vulnerabilities
  • Change Log Final Release
  • Improved: Ping Watchdog
  • Improved: Added multicast to unicast translation for 5G
  • Improved: Cloud Managment
  • Bug Fix: Crash when overloaded with broadcast traffic
  • Bug Fix: Bridging table not updating properly
  • Updated: New Zealand country code 

Change Log Beta 2

  • Fixed some bugs related to DFS issues occurring in some country codes
  • Updates to the regulatory rules regarding TX powers for Japan 

Change Log Beta 1

  • New feature: Added ping watchdog functionality
  • New feature: Added auto channel option for PTMP
  • New feature: Added client Isolation for 60G PCP
  • Improved: Keep-alive mechanism for 5G failover for PTMP and PTP
  • Improved: Added multicast to unicast translation for 5G
  • Bug Fix: Kernel Panic with 5G backup enabled
  • Bug Fix: Traffic stops in some cases if the 60G radio is reconnected
  • Bug Fix: 60G hang problem when 5G radio is restarted
  • Bug Fix: 5G failover state not resetting
  • Bug Fix: Fixed SNMP counters for statistics
  • Changed: Added additional monitoring settings for permanent lock-up cases



Version 1.1.6

April 25, 2017

Downloads

Change Log

  • Changed: Telnet and SSH default ports
  • Improved: Wireless Status graphs 
  • Improved: Overall PTP and PTMP 60G stability
  • Improved: Overall failover operation
  • Improved: 60G PTMP bidirectional traffic load-balancing
  • Improved: Latency stability
  • Bug Fix: Rx stats not updating on PCP in PTMP
  • Bug Fix: 5G radio site survey scanning
  • Bug Fix: Radio connected but can’t pass traffic
  • Bug Fix: Dashboard RSSI drops



Version 1.1.5

February 21, 2017 

Release Notes

This release unifies the PTP and PTMP firmwares into one option.

Change Log

  • Improved: 5GHz failover and faster failover switching 
  • Improved: aiming mode with initial support for bluetooth and LinqAssist app 
  • Improved: auto-rate algorithm and reporting bug fixed
  • Improved: responsive design on web UI 
  • Improved: PTMP performance and support for 8 clients per radio 
  • Improved: channel fairness for colocation and high density applications 
  • Bug Fix: ARP resolution issues 
  • Bug Fix: General 60GHz radio stability fixes 
  • Bug Fix: Throughput may drop to very low if there are rapid connect/disconnect events 
  • Bug Fix: 60GHz radio may stall in PTMP mode and encryption is enabled

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