NETGEAR DGND3700v2 Router Firmware 1.1.00.26 Is Out - Download Now

IULIAN PASCAL | April 18, 2016

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Just now, NETGEAR has rolled out a new firmware package developed for its DGND3700v2 router models, namely version 1.1.00.26, which removes a bug that prevented FTP and HTTP ports from being set in the USB advanced setting page.

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