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Info on FRITZ!Box 6810 LTE
The update file in this folder contains the latest firmware for FRITZ!Box 6810 LTE.
Please download the file to your computer.
Important: This firmware is only intended for use with
FRITZ!Box 6810 LTE International Edition
Product : FRITZ!Box 6810 LTE
Version : FRITZ!OS 6.31
Language : English, French, Italian, Spanish
New Features : - Important update to improve network compatibility
- Increased connection stability
- Multiple telephone numbers can be added at the same time for Telekom and Vodafone
- IPv6 support in accordance with 3GPP Release 8 and 3GPP Release 10
New in FRITZ!OS 6.30
NEW: Multiple telephone numbers can be added at the same time for Telekom and Vodafone
NEW: IPv6 support according to 3GPP Release 8 and 3GPP Release 10
New FRITZ!OS 6.30 for interoperability, convenience and security
This version of FRITZ!OS includes modifications to better support the latest services offered by Internet providers.
The step to IP-based telephony is much simpler for new customers. Using the wizard for setting up new telephone numbers up to 10 telephone numbers can be created at once. This benefits not only Telekom and Vodafone customers, but also any users of "other providers" who use a single password for all of their telephone numbers.
Additional improvements to the LTE software provide for improved stability over various connections.
Improvements and Bug Fixes in FRITZ!OS 6.31
Improvement: new modem software with improved network compatibility and increased connection stability
Improvement: several optimizations in the modem software
Improvement: internal management of the netlist optimized
Improvement: added provider specific frequency ranges for Holland, Poland, Sweden and Switzerland
Changed: provider specific frequency ranges for Germany changed
Changed: provider specific frequency ranges of O2 and E-Plus for Germany united
Fixed: several minor bug fixes in modem software
Fixed: LUA error in removing the SIM card during connection setup
Fixed: crash when AT error in the initialization of the modem
Fixed: correction for provider Swan in Slovakia
Improvements and Bug Fixes in FRITZ!OS 6.30
Improvement: improved detection of dead connections
Improvement: for mobile operator A1, connection to only PDN1 is tolerated
Improvement: faster initialization and restart of LTE module
Improvement: support for AMBR coding in accordance with 3GPP Release 10
Improvement: various optimizations in LTE modem software
Fixed: several minor bug fixes in LTE modem software
Fixed: under some circumstances SIM was not immediately recognized after update
Fixed: potential error when connecting to cells with 1.4 and 3 MHz bandwidth
Fixed: SIM PIN could not be changed during active LTE connection
Improvement: multiple telephone numbers with the same password can be added at the same time for "other providers"
Improvement: prevents creation of new call diversions to premium telephone numbers
Improvement: password evaluation when setting the FRITZ!Box password during first configuration
Improvement: MyFRITZ! configuration with stricter password guidelines
Further improvements to increase security with this version of FRITZ!OS are presented at en.avm.de/guide/security in the "Updates increase security" area.
Access to the FRITZ!Box via Telnet is no longer supported
New with FRITZ!OS 6.21:
LTE: Interop and stability improvements
New with FRITZ!OS 6.20:
LTE: added support for LTE roaming (disabled by default)
LTE: added support for PPP authentication (PAP)
LTE: Interop improvements
Home net: display of MIMO standard in the detailed information about powerline devices
Home net: use of fixed IP addresses via DHCP server improved
Home net: change parental controls profile in the detailed settings for every network device
Internet: VPN connection to Android devices no longer disconnected after one hour
Internet: online counter now able to display higher bandwidths
Internet: when activating MyFRITZ! a random port for https will be selected
Internet: fixes a possibility to circumvent parental controls via guest access
Internet: added Diffie Hellmann Group 5, 14 and 15 for VPN
Internet: TR-069 connection request port is now closed once TR-069 has been deactivated
Internet: BPjM filter only active when country is set to Germany
Security: enhanced security area in wireless LAN settings
Security: assistance in choosing safe passwords
Security: push mails are now sent using SSL encryption by default
Security: import and export the SSL certificate used by your FRITZ!Box
Smart Home: use FRITZ!DECT Repeaters as temperature sensors
Smart Home: display the current temperature in FRITZ!Box GUI and MyFRITZ!App
Smart Home: configure push mail to inform you whenever FRITZ!DECT 200 is switched on or off
Smart Home: send a push mail when the connection to FRITZ!DECT 200 is lost
Smart Home: select individual power consumption value to enable standby
System: notification for important FRITZ!OS updates
System: crashes when using the new push services fixed
System: enables password to be set for the saved settings before an update
System: new FRITZ!OS Updates can be installed automatically (default setting)*
System: several improvements for the update process
System: improved scheduled switching for tablets and smartphones.
Telephony: change to oauth2 for authentication with Google contacts
Telephony: forced speed dial for phonebook entries fixed
Telephony: prefix "**8" is displayed when using Vanity Codes
Telephony: plausibility test for the entry of landline numbers fixed
Telephony: sporadic reboots when using IP telephones fixed
Telephony: improved voice quality in case of parallel data transfer (wireless LAN<->LAN)
Telephony/DECT: for mail reception, encrypted transmission via port 995 is always tried first
Telephony/DECT: improved functionality for Gigaset handsets
Telephony/DECT: ability to set and delete custom ringtones for online contacts
Telephony/DECT: display of current temperature on FRITZ!DECT handsets
Telephony/DECT: improved playback of web radio on FRITZ!DECT handsets
Telephony/DECT: improved sound quality for web radio/podcast/media player
Telephony/DECT: improved update of RSS feeds
Telephony/DECT: FRITZ!Fon C4 - improved automatic brightness adjustment**
Telephony/DECT: support for the new call list with voice messages**
Telephony/DECT: permanent signaling of e-mail on the handset fixed
WLAN: Wireless LAN auto channel can be updated over the user interface
WLAN: initial setup extended for wireless LAN information and setup
WLAN: list of access points in the wireless environment sorted by signal strength
WLAN: WPS for the wireless LAN guest access / private hotspot can be started via FRITZ!Box user interface
WLAN: detailed information about connected wireless devices (Rx/Tx data rate, RSSI value, wireless standard etc.)
WLAN: faster activation of changed wireless LAN settings
WLAN: improved display of the wireless guest access on the main page of the user interface
WLAN: improved printer view
WLAN: direct link to the wireless guest access on the main page
WLAN: MAC address filter moved to WLAN/Security
WLAN: connection by QR code enabled for main AP
* FRITZ!Box can periodically search for a new FRITZ!OS version and automatically update (usually at night); you can change the default setting at System/Update.
** Update of the FRITZ!Fon handset to at least version 3.29 required
When updating from a version older than 06.20 the SSL certificate of FRITZ!Box will change. If you are using an app or a program that uses the certificate, there might an error message.
Important: during the update of FRITZ!OS, services like telephony and IPTV will be disconnected temporarily.
Further changes in non-public intermediate versions:
NEW: Improved parental control, expanded for guest access
NEW: Parent control with shared budget for multiple devices
NEW: Simplified setup of VPN users, Ethernet-Ethernet connections and VPN access to office networks
NEW: Easy VPN setup for Smartphone VPN users
NEW: Support for Locator Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP)
NEW: Renovated MyFRITZ! access to voice messages, Smart Home and FRITZ!NAS for mobile devices
NEW: MyFRITZ! image viewer and audio player for files on fritz.nas
NEW: Wireless LAN guest access as "private hotspot"
NEW: Wireless LAN guest access restricted to surfing and mail in default settings
NEW: Wireless LAN guest access with automatically dispatch of usage log
NEW: printable information sheet with wireless LAN registration information and QR code makes it easier for guests to connect
NEW: supports the extension of the wireless LAN guest access via wireless repeater
NEW: integration of intercom systems
NEW: customized hold music (for your numbers / line settings)
NEW: support for SIP trunking
NEW: redialing with alternative telephone number
NEW: enables standby detection and automatic power off
NEW: more customization options for time-triggered events
NEW: combine multiple devices in a group and trigger them together
NEW: set access rights to Smart Home for each user
NEW: save consumption data as .csv file
NEW: improved and expanded push service
NEW: keylock for DECT and WLAN keys on the FRITZ!Box
NEW: display of information for wireless LAN guest access and connected devices
New with FRITZ!OS 5.51:
- Security: removes possibility for unauthorized access to FRITZ!Box.
New with FRITZ!OS 5.50:
NEW: search and scroll in the telephone book
NEW: answering machine now has its own menu entry
NEW: timer for the answering machine
NEW: set the alarm display message
NEW: IP telephones can be used over the Internet (connect your smartphone to the FRITZ!Box and use it over VoIP at home)
NEW: simplified entry of Internet account data
NEW: parental control overview now displayed in same design as home network
NEW: parental control now disconnects active sessions when surfing time is up
Improved performance with parental control enabled
Prevents sending of local IPv4 multicast information to the Internet
Fixed problem with dynamic DNS provider DNS4BIZ
NEW: new repeater function to improve the range of a wireless network***
Warning: If you were using WDS: with this update WDS has been changed. It is no longer
compatible with the older version of the repeater function.
NEW: allows automatic transfer of night service settings to your FRITZ!WLAN Repeater
NEW: support for Smart Home (FRITZ!DECT 200)
NEW: record personal memos on the answering machine
NEW: navigation now possible in start/event screen of the FRITZ!Fon MT-F *
NEW: setup of alarm signal/web radio on the handset*
NEW: setup of favorites
Fixed problem with keylock deactivation on incoming call
NEW: new Smart Home area in the Home Network menu
NEW: control of Smart Home devices via browser
NEW: integration of the smart plug FRITZ!DECT 200 in FRITZ!OS**
NEW: manual and automatic switching of FRITZ!DECT 200, from the home network or over the Internet
NEW: FRITZ!DECT 200 measures energy consumption of connected devices
NEW: all information and consumption details for FRITZ!DECT 200 in a push mail
NEW: display whether a network device is connected via repeater/powerline
NEW: integrated network time server provides time and date to all network devices
Improved display of device details
NEW: MyFRITZ! user can now login to MyFRITZ! and the FRITZ!Box with the same account
NEW: improved MyFRITZ! Start page for mobile devices, integrated Smart Home support
NEW: support for MyFRITZ! App (Android).
NEW: MyFRITZ! access for simple worldwide access to home network devices via subdomain name
NEW: When creating a new myfritz.net account from the FRITZ!Box web interface, the name of the FRITZ!Box will automatically be used in MyFRITZ!
NEW: new start page, quicker access to voice messages and comfort functions
NEW: FRITZ!Box user with different access rights for setup, telephone and storage
NEW: display new voice messages on the bottom right of the start page
Added new mailservers for push service setup
Start page now also displays status of LAN guest access and Smart Home
LAN settings moved to Home Network area
Important details regarding this update:
Tip: to use the new functions of the FRITZ!Box web interface, please use a
web browser with HTML5 support (for example the current versions of Chrome,
Firefox or Safari)
* To be able to use all new features of the FRITZ!Fon family, please also
update the firmware of the FRITZ!Fon.
**To use this function, the intelligent power plug FRITZ!DECT 200 is required
*** For more information about the new WLAN repeater function, please visit http://www.avm.de/en/news/artikel/2013/new_repeater_function.html
To carry out the firmware update:
1) Open your Internet browser and enter the address "fritz.box" or "192.168.178.1"
2) Select the "System" menu and then the "Firmware Update" sub-menu.
3) Use the "Browse ..." button to enter the appropriate path to the update file.
4) Click the "Update" button.
To recover the storage space on your hard drive, you can delete the update file after
performing the update.
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