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Aditya Dighe

Tenda AC10 Router Same SSID/ WIFI name on both bands...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

//Friendly For Newbies

 

Hello Everyone,

 

If anyone is facing an issue with Tenda AC-10 Gigabit Routers, going into a boot loop when both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz SSID are set to the same name( at least I faced the issue, where you have to just reset it ) and you are on version 15.03.06.45 of firmware version, which for the most regions is the latest version of the router. I would suggest going into advanced options and upgrade it manually to version 15.03.06.46. I got this from  Tenda Russia - Product support Website for Tenda AC 10  ( for the same model ), where it is the first file, you can download it from here.

 

If your original language for the router is English, after upgrading it will remain the same - English. Or whatever the language you had originally. Only it may change upon resetting the router ( not tested ). The language doesn't change automatically to Russian. I have tested the firmware yesterday, so far no other issues at all. 

 

 

 

I have also attached the files, in case Tenda removes it sometime later, you can download any one of those.  One is a zip file which you have to extract, which you will get on the website, Other is an extracted file ( about the same size ) which you have to flash to the router via the router firmware upgrade page

 

To Upgrade go to tendawifi.com or tendawifi.com/main.html or 192.168.0.1 ( only if your Local Default IP Is ), enter your Router login Password ( If you don't know, you can always reset it by holding the reset button on the router with a paperclip for 15 seconds, just check your ISP settings, ( I'm Not responsible for its loss) ). Navigate to System Settings --> Firmware Upgrade --> Local Upgrade --> Select File which you downloaded.

 

Note - Always Use LAN Cable to upload firmware to the router for router safety reasons. 

 

Caution - Do not manually restart/unplug router while upgrading. Nor turn off your computer/laptop. ( Power Blackouts may turn it into crap ). It takes around 120 seconds or 2 minutes for an upgrade.

Not tested with AC10U ( The one with USB Port, will most probably work on it too, but use at your risk )

 

To Check MD5 / SHA1 / SHA256 - click here - OnlineMD5

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Size - 6,371,412 Bytes

MD5 - Unzipped file - DF5CAEA9F87BAEF71621BF37307465FC

SHA1 - Unzipped File - 47285E5C7BB597C764AE4C381E777D92EF12DA5F

SHA256 - Unzipped File - 6C7114C2B9E05EB184AA5F61E9E49BA7851F63287E147991D176AEC452B0F7A8

 

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Size - 6,366,052 Bytes

MD5 - Zipped file - D9D5C121EE256F6C02D118F096619A2E

SHA1 - Zipped File - E25D6419BC3EAC320C6A22E3863A66C507A287B0

SHA256 - Zipped File - B9E22F2827F34BF9B0B3BE1D21BC52CE8EFBF33FA8CE1FFB32B46052FC8E2318

 

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US_AC10V1.0_V15_03_06.46_multi_TRU.BIN US_AC10V1.0_V15_03_06.46_multi_TRU.zip

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@Aditya Dighe

 

Thanks for the update.

 

For future, you only need to point us to the manufacturer's website. No one should download official stock firmware from third party websites as there's no guarantee as to the integrity of the file. It's not just a matter of potentially downloading malicious software, but file corruption can also occur which will brick a simple firmware flash.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Falcon1986 said:

@Aditya Dighe

 

Thanks for the update.

 

For future, you only need to point us to the manufacturer's website. No one should download official stock firmware from third party websites as there's no guarantee as to the integrity of the file. It's not just a matter of potentially downloading malicious software, but file corruption can also occur which will brick a simple firmware flash.

Yes @Falcon1986, there are always chances of corruption of files,. Hence also pasted those MD5 , SHA1 hash.  

 

I agree, people should always download it from manufacturer's website whenever it is available there.

 

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