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MikroTik RouterOS ARM Firmware 6.35 RC 37 Download

Posted at June 13, 2024 by PCI-DB Team

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Device NameMikroTik RouterOS ARM Firmware 6.35 RC 37
CategoryRouter Switch Access Point
ManufacturerMikroTik
File Size9.2 MB
Supported OSOS Independent

MikroTik RouterOS ARM Firmware 6.35 RC 37 Description

What's new in 6.35rc37:

- chr - fixed Hyper-V booting from SCSI;
- chr - fixed Hyper-V on windows 8/10 reboot loop;
- chr - implemented automatic storage increase on disk image size increase;
- chr - no more installation on first boot;
- lte - supported modems now use unsolicited events for network monitoring;
- rb3011 - fixed high cpu load breaks ethernet stats;
- rb3011 - fixed link down messages;
- winbox - hotspot default-trial user shows profile as "unknown" in Winbox;
- chr - fixed kernel crash when virtual ethernet was not connected to anything in Hyper-V;
- chr - implemented kernel crash saving to autosupout.rif (will utilize additional 24Mb of RAM);
- romon - fix romon discovery after of romon ID change;
- userman - fixed www crash;
- wireless - fix crash on nstreme-dual interface stats update;
- capsman - added 802.11g/n band;
- chr - added support for VLAN on Hyper-V;
- hotspot - fix possible deadlock;
- hotspot - improved html page resistance against attacks;
- l2tp & pppoe - fixed user traffic accounting when fastpath was used;
- pppoe - fixed crash when removing pppoe service;
- winbox - added init-delay option to routerboard settings;
- winbox - added sfp-mac for GPON interfaces;
- winbox - added support for route action in mangle rules;
- bonding - fix crash on bonding slave release;
- lte - changed AT parsing because supported Huawei modems use unsolicited events instead of polling;
- l2tp - fixed kernel failure (introduced in 6.35rc);
- snmp - fix getbulk result ordering with multiple request OIDs;
- winbox - make mrru disabled and set mtu+mru to auto by default on new servers;
- fasttrack - fixed timer updating in connections table for fasttrack connections;
- ppp - fixed crash when ppp interface gets disconnected and user gets authenticated at the same time (most probable with slow RADIUS server);
- ppp - fixed memory leak high number of pppoe clients to the same server;
- route - fix filter by routing table;
- winbox - allow to set additional-network-modes;
- winbox - allow to show revoked & authority flags at the same time;
- winbox - do not show "enable-jumper-reset" setting on devices without serial port;
- winbox - do not show real-tx-power column in current-tx-power by default;
- ethernet - fixed Netmetal, QRT, DynaDish, SXT ac linking at 10/100Mbps (introduced in 6.35rc);
- firewall - added experimental "action=route" in mangle prerouting - that forces packets to specific gateway by ignoring routing decisions (CLI only);
- l2tp - fixed small memory leak on reconnects;
- pppoe - make fast path receive work on tile, arm and x86;
- proxy - fix ftp request url decode;
- tile - fixed fast path related memory leak;
- RB3011 - fixed time keeping;
- l2tp - implemented l2tp and lns fastpath/fasttrack support;
- pppoe-client - implemented fastpath support;
- console - allow unknown scan-list names on wireless configuration to fix import;
- console - sort completions/hints in natural order;
- health - swap fan2 and fan3 on CCR1072;
- ipsec - take into account ip protocol in kernel policy matcher;
- led - turn on fault led on CCR1072 if CPU too hot;
- lte - changed AT command processing;
- mac-winbox - try to aggregate packets & resend all pending packets on timeout;
- ppp - do not crash when received multiple CBCP packets;
- winbox - correctly recognise if there is need to report fan information under system health;
- winbox - do not use area v2 names instead of ospf v3 area names;
- winbox - make additional-network-mode optional for lte interface;
- winbox - make mac-winbox work with RB850;
- tile - fixed rare situation when some cores decide not to take part in packet processing till next reboot;
- fastpath - fixed crash when packet arrives on disabled interface;
- capsman - fixed capsman extension channel names;
- console - fixed print follow in "/ip dns cache" menu;
- ethernet - add option to see S-GPON-ONU module, GPON side SN in "/int eth mon sfp#";
- ethernet - do not allow to set self as master port;
- health - always report fan speed (even if it is 0);
- l2tp - introduced per tunnel allow-fast-path option;
- webfig - fixed firewall rule sorting did not work in other chains except all;
- winbox - allow to set multiple dh-groups;
- winbox - do not show fan statuses in passive cooling CCR1009;
- winbox - fixed unset options in /routing ospf interface menu;
- wireless-rep - fix crash on non-HT clients;
- winbox - improved winbox connection loss detection, fixes winbox safe mode;
- wireless-rep - fixed speed issue when connected with Intel 802.11ac;
- snmp - don't group oids for bulk get with maxreps > 1 ;
- users - added separate RoMoN policy (Winbox v3.2 and above required);
- cerm - revoked certificates not showing as evoked;
- console - show RouterOS Version in /interface wireless scan;
- export - bonding did not show up in global export;
- export - fixed export when ipv6 address was taken from pool;
- fetch - decrease connection idle timeout;
- ipsec - better flush on proposal change;
- webfig - show single item groups as optional values;
- webfig - sort numeric columns numerically even if they contain some text;
- winbox - added /interface wireless setup-repeater;
- winbox - added all the rates settings to the capsman;
- winbox - added flip-screen option to lcd settings;
- winbox - added missing eap-ttls-mschamv2 method to wireless security profile;
- winbox - added support for new settings from wireless-rep package;
- winbox - disable autostart for wireless scan,snooper,align etc. on open;
- wireless - fixed crash when ap is in cap mode (introduced in v6.35rc15);
- snmp - fixed dhcpv4 lease hwaddr format according to mib;
- pppoe - added rfc4679 support;
- pppoe-server - added pado-delay option;
- ppp - close connection if peer wants to re-authenticate;
- winbox - limit ospf key to 16 symbols;
- snmp - fix cpu load reporting to 1min average and change oid to 1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.11.10.0;
- mpls - do not reset VPLS on TE tunnel re-optimize;
- interface queue - fixed "no-queue" on upgrade;
- fastpath - fixed rare kernel failure;
- lte - fixed bandlux modem dialing;
- wireless-rep - fixed qos frame-priority when nv2 protocol used in station-wds mode;
- wireless - improved 1-chain 802.11ac station compatibility with other vendor multichain APs;
- ssl - optimized certificate update;
- ospf - fixed crash when getting neighbor router-id in NBMA area;
- romon-ssh - fixed active addresses for romon user;
- email - fix send cmd server addr override;
- lte - added ipv6 support for SXT LTE;
- ipsec - fix multiple consecutive dynamic policy flush;
- winbox - added ipv6 firewall missing log option;
- profiler - classify certificate signing;
- services - do not show ssh entry under ip services if security package is disabled;
- queue - added bucket-size setting to queues (derived from max-limit);
- queue - improve "/queue interface" menu;
- console - update copyright notice;
- ip - rename max-arp-entries to less confusing max-neighbor-entries;
- l2tp - added support for max-sessions;
- l2tp - added support for proxy authentication when receiving forwarded PPPoE sessions;
- l2tp - added support for Hidden AVP, it is needed for proxy authentication;
- ipsec - fix larval SA refresh for display;
- wireless-rep - added 802.11g/n only band;
- wireless-rep,capsman - added rate config support;
- wireless-rep,capsman - added more configuration settings;
- ssh - simplify login process;
- ups - fix entering hibernate mode when below battery capacity limit;
- lte - support for zte mf820s2;
- hotspot - clean-up all dead entries at once;
- radius - warn radius client if incorrect secret is being used;
- trafficgen - fix crash when unexpected stream reappears;
- ipsec - always re-key ph1 because it was possible that ph1 without DPD would expire;
- system - log time changes;
- trafflow - fix potential deadlock;
- certificate - allow manual crl url addition;
- ipsec - fix fast ph2 SA addition;
- led - fix crash on assigned interface removal;
- lte - support Alt38XX modem;
- tile-crypto - fix minor memory leak;
- wireless-rep - allow to connect to AP after scan;
- wireless-rep - fix signal leds;
- wireless-rep - request interface name for setup-repeater;
- wireless-rep - adjust roaming scan times;
- wireless-rep - do not allow empty ssid for AP modes;
- ippool6 - fix potential crash;
- routing - fixed rare kernel failure on different dynamic routing configurations;
- wireless-rep - fix nv2 protocol;
- route - do not show duplicate gateway on connected route;
- wireless - added new package "wireless-rep";
- wireless-rep - initial support for station roaming for station mode in 802.11 protocol;
- wireless-rep - added support for wireless repeater mode for 802.11 protocol;
- wireless-rep - added support for wireless background scan for 802.11 protocol;
- wireless-rep - added support for saving wireless scan results to file;
- wireless-rep - added support for wireless scan rounds setting;
- wireless-rep - added WPS client support;
- wireless-rep - added STEP feature for the scan-list.

About Router Firmware:

Before you consider downloading this firmware, go to the system information page of the router and make sure that the currently installed version isn’t either newer or matching this release.

Due to the large variety of router models and different methods for upgrading the device, it is highly recommended that you read and, above all, understand the installation steps before you apply the new firmware, even if you are a power user.

In theory, these steps shouldn’t be much of a hassle for anyone, because manufacturers try to make them as easy as possible, even if they don’t always succeed. Basically, you must upload the new firmware to the router through its administration page and allow it to upgrade.

If you install a new version, you can expect increased security levels, different vulnerability issues to be resolved, improved overall performance and transfer speeds, enhanced compatibility with other devices, added support for newly developed technologies, as well as several other changes.

If you’re looking for certain safety measures, remember that it would be best if you perform the upload using an Ethernet cable rather than a wireless connection, which can be interrupted easily. Also, make sure you don’t power off the router or use its buttons during the installation, if you wish avoid any malfunctions.

If this firmware meets your current needs, get the desired version and apply it to your router unit; if not, check with our website as often as possible so that you don’t miss the update that will improve your device. 

  It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.

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