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Ubiquiti PBE-5AC-500 Bridge Firmware 7.1.4 Download

Posted at December 9, 2022 by PCI-DB Team

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Device NameUbiquiti PBE-5AC-500 Bridge Firmware 7.1.4
CategoryNetwork Card
File Size8.1 MB
Supported OSOS Independent

Ubiquiti PBE-5AC-500 Bridge Firmware 7.1.4 Description


- Upgrade is allowed from v7.1-rc (and later) airOS version.

New product support:

- New: PowerBeam 5AC 300 ISO (WA)
- New: PowerBeam 5AC 400 ISO (WA)


- New: Graphical Site Survey view
- New: Forced password change in WEB UI before apply changes
- New: Ethernet advertised speed selection when auto-negotiation is enabled
- New: Frequency selection in 5MHz step for all countries
- New: Enabled 5.8GHz band EN 302.502 (5725 MHz - 5875 MHz) for EU
- New: Upgrade Kernel to
- New: AC2 support


- Fix: Disconnects on wpa2-eap re-authentication
- Fix: STA Channel pickup issue in VHT80 mode
- Fix: DFS does not start CAC timer on channel which has passed all DFS procedure before
- Fix: Station operating in PTMP mode can't associate to AP
- Fix: Output power gets decreased when setting Antenna Gain greater than MAX Output Power
- Fix: 802.11n AP with same SSID as airMAX AC AP can lock up Station association
- Fix: Apply Frequency List configuration with fast restart
- Fix: Multicast traffic in PTMP flows with lowest rates (as broadcasts)
- Fix: SNMP reports old device name after changing it
- Fix: Isolated Capacity is not available via SNMP (MIB update required)
- Fix: Reset button on PoE adapter does not work
- Fix: Occasional device hangs up during configuration changes
- Fix: Traffic shaper doesn't filter VLAN tagged ingress traffic
- Fix: Radio hangs up after output power change when doing fast restart
- Fix: Port forward changes cause high CPU usage
- Fix: Increase scan timeout
- Fix: Throughput degradation after some time
- Fix: On a PTMP AP RX airtime was incorrect
- Fix: STA-PTMP stops passing data (STA kick is required from AP side)
- Fix: STA fails to reconnect to AP after was disconnected
- Fix: STA shall send EVM report only when polled by AP
- Fix: AP-PTMP crash while setting TDMA parameters
- Fix: PTMP download throughput is slow in large network
- Fix: Unexpected STA disconnects
- Fix: Reduce bursts of remote stats. Reduce CPU usage on AP
- Fix: Prevent airView radio from crashing when stations disassociate
- Fix: RADIUS accounting doesn't report transferred data counters
- Fix: Station can't connect after AP scan
- Fix: After many channel changes radio crash
- Fix: Use model for shortName in discovery packets to make it unique
- Fix: Sometimes station can't connect to AP
- Fix: EIRP limit calculation is wrong when Frequency List is enabled on AP
- Fix: Update Pakistan regulatory. Max EIRP 20dBm(100mW) for 5GHz
- Fix: Buffer overflow in PHP2
- Fix: MTU error when switching to advanced mode
- Fix: Port forwarding does not work w/ PPPoE Client for WAN
- Fix: Improve wait message on ambient noise graph <airView>
- Fix: Main tab view issue after change STA-PTMP / AP-PTMP
- Fix: DHCP server range validation issue
- Fix: Remote Constellation Diagram power value is incorrect
- Fix: Wrong channel width on STA main page when disconnected
- Fix: Max power calculation does not take frequency list in count
- Fix: Improved airOS auto update check
- Fix: Added "7" to airOS logo
- Fix: Show possible LAN interface negotiation speed for Auto option
- Fix: Session authentication should include URL port for cookie identification
- Fix: Site Survey during active scan keeps scrolling results page to the TOP
- Fix: Speedtest tool returns invalid results initially

About Firmware Updates:

Applying a newer firmware version than the one already installed on your unit can bring various enhancements, include workarounds for diverse problems encountered by the device, and improve or add newly developed features.

On the other hand, downgrading the firmware version can recover the device’s functionality in the event of a software update either turning up faulty or causing the unit’s overall performance to drop. However, bear in mind that applying an older firmware isn’t recommended and might not always be possible.

When it comes to the update steps, due to the large variety of devices and numerous ways for installing a new firmware, it is recommended that you carefully read and understand the upgrade steps, and consider applying a different firmware only when you have familiarized yourself with the update method.

As the installation process is most of the times quite risky, this step should be taken by users that have the ability to successfully complete the update; regular users may initiate it at their own risk. Moreover, it’s best that this task be performed in a steady power environment such as the one ensured by a UPS unit.

Therefore, if you consider applying this release, hit the download button, take into account all the aforementioned aspects, and update the device’s firmware. Also make sure you constantly check with our website to ensure that you don’t miss a single new release. 

  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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