Release Notes for MR2200ac

Version: 1.2.4-8081 Update 1


(2020-09-24)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for selected regions within the following weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where SRM might not work properly when values of QoS were close to those of Internet bandwidth.

  2. Fixed the issue where users might fail to access devices within the same local network via Synology Router's public IP address.

  3. Fixed the issue where SRM might not be updated to the latest version.

  4. Fixed the issue where users might fail to access SRM via L2TP VPN.

  5. Fixed the issue where the Guest Network settings might not be applied properly.

  6. Fixed the issue where devices might fail to connect to Wi-Fi points when devices on the guest network were not allowed to access the local network.

  7. Fixed the issue where the option of center alignment at the Login Style tab might not be available after SRM was updated to version 1.2.4.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability (Synology-SA-20:22).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Qualcomm's lbd service (CVE-2020-11117).

Version: 1.2.4-8081


(2020-06-18)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for selected regions within the following weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

What's New

  1. Added support for adding Wi-Fi points to a mesh Wi-Fi system via Ethernet cables. (All Wi-Fi points are required to run SRM 1.2.4.)

  2. Allowed a mesh Wi-Fi system to have Wi-Fi points running different SRM's Update versions (with the same four-digit build number) so as to enhance update experience.

  3. Added support to configure multicast translation and IGMP snooping in a mesh Wi-Fi system.

  4. Added support for communication between client devices within the guest network.

  5. Added support for broadcast storm prevention through MAC filtering, which prevents wireless devices from sending a large number of broadcast packets in a short time and affecting the normal usage of other devices.

  6. Added support to apply the Default Policy of traffic control to each device connected to the guest/local area network.

  7. Added support for delivery of traffic reports on the last day of every month.

  8. Improved the startup speed of Synology Router after an SRM update.

  9. Enhanced the performance of iPhone USB tethering.

  10. Unified the behaviors of soft reset on RT1900ac, RT2600ac, and MR2200ac: the username of administrator's account can be customized during the reset.

  11. Added support for LCP identification of PPPD settings during a PPPoE connection (required by some ISPs).

  12. Added support for the IGMP querier timer for IPTV to enhance compatibility.

  13. Added support for connection tests of DNS over HTTPS (DoH).

  14. Adjusted the behaviors of data storing: system data will now be respectively stored in each external storage device connected to Synology Router.

  15. Updated the valid period of default certificate to 398 days in response to the policy change of Apple.

  16. Enhanced the compatibility of WPA2-EAP/WPA3-EAP with RADIUS servers in a mesh Wi-Fi system.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where the performance of Synology Router might be reduced when a macOS device connects to it.

  2. Fixed the issue where iPhone 11 running iOS 13.2.3 might fail to connect to the WPA3-Enterprise wireless network.

  3. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to send logs of Wi-Fi points to other log servers.

  4. Fixed the issue where the wireless network might not work properly after an update of SRM on which configurations have been restored.

  5. Fixed the issue where packages might not be downloaded properly from Package Center on RT2600ac.

  6. Fixed the issue where interface failover cannot function properly when either of the WAN interfaces is disconnected.

  7. Fixed the issue where devices on the guest network might fail to access the Internet when a policy routing rule that directs network traffic through the secondary WAN interface is in place.

  8. Fixed the issue where users might not be able to select WAN interfaces upon configuring static routing if the IPTV uses 10 as its VLAN ID.

  9. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to access the Internet via PPPoE when IPTV is enabled.

  10. Fixed the issue where IP addresses might not be obtained from ISPs (Internet Service Providers) after Synology Router restarts.

  11. Fixed the issue where RT2600ac might fail to access certain HTTP IP addresses when it is in the wireless AP mode.

  12. Fixed the issue where the links of traffic reports in notification emails might be invalid when the task names of reports contain special characters.

  13. Fixed the issue where the device list on the Traffic Control page might incorrectly display the IP addresses of banned and disconnected devices.

  14. Fixed the issue where the status of a user account might be shown as "disabled" immediately after it is scheduled to be disabled on a later date.

  15. Fixed the issue where Synology Router in the wireless AP mode might fail to send packets to specified gateways when there are multiple routers and gateways within the local network.

  16. Fixed the issue where port forwarding might not work properly with PPPoE connection after Synology Router restarts.

  17. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to send notification emails through mail servers with SSL/TLS settings.

  18. Fixed the issue where SNMP messages might not contain correct SRM information.

  19. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to renew the Let's Encrypt certificate.

  20. Adjusted the memory parameters for MR2200ac to prevent unexpected restart.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding BSD (CVE-2019-20367).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding hostapd (CVE-2019-16275).

  3. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Dnsmasq (CVE-2019-15107 and CVE-2019-14834).

  4. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Linux kernels (CVE-2017-13168).

  5. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding CallStranger (Synology-SA-20:13).

  6. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities (Synology-SA-20:14).

Known Issues & Limitations

  1. Due to security considerations, if configurations backed up from a mesh Wi-Fi system running SRM 1.2.3 or earlier are restored on the primary Wi-Fi point running SRM 1.2.4 or later, all Wi-Fi points (except the primary one) need to be reset and added to the mesh Wi-Fi system again.

  2. Re-login to Synology mobile applications (DS cloud, DS file, DS get, DS router, and Synology VPN Plus) is required after SRM is updated to 1.2.4.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 5


(2019-12-17)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for selected regions within the following weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue related to the power density of Synology Router used in Europe.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 4


(2019-10-15)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for all regions within the next few days, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

  2. For users currently on SRM 1.2.3 8017 Update 3: Due to issues introduced in Update 3, certain scheduled tasks no longer function as expected. If you have set up and used the following features, manual actions will be required to restore functionality.

    • Checking for Updates & Installing Updates

      • SRM automatically checks for updates in the background and sends notifications to devices you have set up, such as DS router on your mobile device. These features may not work properly if you are on Update 3. Please log in to SRM, then go to Control Panel > System > Update & Restore to initiate the update process.
      • If you have configured SRM only to download updates or to download and install updates, this option will be reset and disabled. You will have to manually go to the Update & Restore page to select the option and set up the schedule again.

    • Security Advisor’s Scan Schedule

      • If previously enabled, scan schedules will be reset and replaced with a random day and time (this is the default behavior when setting up Security Advisor). Please go to Security Advisor > Advanced and set up a customized schedule.

    • Domain User/Group Update Schedule

      • If your Synology Router has joined a domain, you will need to reconfigure the automatic update interval at Control Panel > User > Domain.

    • Router Scheduled Reboot

      • If your Synology Router is set up to reboot on a schedule, this option will become disabled and you will need to reconfigure the date and/or interval settings at Control Panel > Device > Reboot Schedule.

  3. The following scheduled functions do not require additional user actions to restore to full functionality after updating to Update 4:

    • Traffic reports
    • Wi-Fi guest network’s password rotation
    • Support Center’s remote access
    • Certificate renewal (not user configurable)

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed SRM being unable to save and perform certain scheduled tasks: automatic updates, rebooting, Wi-Fi password rotation, Security Advisor’s scans, Support Center’s remote access, domain user/group update, and sending traffic reports.

  2. Fixed display issues with update notification emails sent by SRM.

  3. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to save the IP addresses of gateways and DNS servers after the reboot of Synology Router.

  4. Fixed the issue where PPPoE Relay might fail to work normally after the reboot of Synology Router.

  5. Fixed the issue where SRM might display the item "40MHz only" in the 5GHz band.

  6. Fixed the issue where IPv6 on LAN might fail to be disabled when the interface of WAN is set up by Auto WAN.

  7. Fixed the issue where SRM cannot display Channels 120-128 of the 5GHz band in Japan.

  8. Fixed the issue where Wi-Fi might be forced to restart when password rotation is enabled but the guest network is disabled.

  9. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to renew the Let's Encrypt certificate after the reboot of Synology Router.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 3


(2019-09-24)

Important Note

  1. This update has been recalled on Oct. 1 owing to several issues about traffic reports and scheduling of automatic updates, restart, and Wi-Fi password rotation.

  2. All issues in this update have been fixed in Update 4.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 2


(2019-08-15)

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where SRM might not establish the PPPoE connection with the previously saved credentials.

  2. Fixed the issue where SRM might not work properly when the names of connected client devices contains non-UTF-8 characters.

  3. Fixed the issue on RT2600ac where the 2.4GHz channel could not be configured manually and the 2.4GHz channel width could not be set as 20MHz.

  4. Fixed the issue where the DDNS service provided by OVH might not work properly for SRM.

  5. Fixed the issue where the SRM version number might not display properly.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding WPA3 (CVE-2019-13377).

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 1


(2019-07-29)

Important Note

  1. The update is available for Japan only.

Fixed Issues

  1. Adjusted strings on user's interface of connection type in Network Center for certain network providers.

Version: 1.2.3-8017


(2019-07-24)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

  2. In response to Gmail API changes, your SRM needs an update to this version to continue the functionality of sending notifications via Gmail. If you wish to skip this update, or if your Synology product model is not eligible to update to SRM 1.2.3, please refer to the following article which will guide you through the manual configuration: How to use Gmail SMTP server to send emails for SRM

What's New

  1. Added support for Let's Encrypt.

  2. Added support for the Let's Encrypt wildcard certificates for the Synology DDNS domains.

  3. Added support for DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

  4. Added support for customizing the uplink network of Wi-Fi points.

  5. Added support for WAN automatic detection.

  6. Enhanced the display of hostnames.

  7. Added support for Google Analytics.

  8. Added support for the v6Plus connection in Japan.

  9. Added support for v6Plus and DS-Lite on the secondary WAN interface.

  10. Enhanced the processing time when changing an uplink network from wireless to Ethernet in the Wi-Fi system.

  11. Added an option for changing the IEEE1905.1 packet type in the Wi-Fi system.

  12. Added support for the synchronization of device names in Device List and Traffic Control.

  13. Added support for displaying devices' brand names when without their hostnames in Traffic Control.

  14. Enhanced device icon detection.

  15. Enhanced the performance of Traffic Monitor.

  16. Added an option for Time to Live (TTL) settings.

  17. Added an option for U-APSD.

  18. Added Quickconnect.cn for users in Mainland China.

  19. Added support for 5G Band 4 in Singapore.

  20. Added a notification popping up when 5GH-1 is not available in DFS channels.

  21. Upgraded OpenSSH to version 7.8.

  22. Upgraded OpenSSL to version 1.0.2r.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where SRM doesn’t show reminder messages of restarting Wi-Fi when the MAC filter is applied.

  2. Fixed an issue where Guest Portal might not direct to correct websites.

  3. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi 5G might not work properly on Synology Router.

  4. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to work properly when the network is connected via certain LTE dongles.

  5. Fixed an issue where SRM might not save settings immediately when the names of Wi-Fi points are changed.

  6. Fixed an issue where Log Center might not show results related to keywords.

  7. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi button might not work properly with the Wi-Fi schedules.

  8. Fixed an issue where QoS might not work properly in the Wi-Fi system.

  9. Fixed an issue where PPPoE might fail to reconnect when the WAN gateway is changed.

  10. Fixed an issue where Guest Portal might fail to save contents with wrap texts.

  11. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system might not properly respond to requests from Windows Network Discovery.

  12. Fixed an issue where network streaming might get disconnected as a result of changing status on other networks.

  13. Fixed an issue where L2TP connection might not work properly when the Load Balance option is enabled.

  14. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi 5G connection to DFS channels might fail on RT1900ac when the option of auto-switching to DFS channel is enabled.

  15. Fixed an issue where IGMP snooping might not work properly on the WAN interface of RT1900ac under AP mode.

  16. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to access the Internet through certain ISP settings in the Wi-Fi system.

  17. Fixed an issue where L2TP clients might get disconnected after the connection is idle for over 30 minutes.

  18. Fixed an issue where Network Center and Safe Access might not able to launch the user interface.

  19. Fixed an issue where SRM might not block connections according to firewall rules.

  20. Fixed an issue where hardware acceleration might not work properly on RT2600ac when traffic control is activated via DS router.

  21. Fixed an issue where SRM doesn't hide the 802.11r option when the wireless security mode is none or WEP.

  22. Fixed an issue where Guest Network might fail to work under AP mode on RT1900ac.

  23. Fixed an issue where SRM might display additional account names.

  24. Fixed an issue where logins to SRM's user interface might fail.

  25. Fixed an issue where SRM might not apply settings properly during the first-time installation.

  26. Fixed an issue where SRM might not synchronize with NTP servers after Synology Router reboots.

  27. Fixed an issue where the firewall might not display hit counts properly.

  28. Fixed an issue where IPTV might fail to work with certain ISPs.

  29. Fixed an issue where the WAN interface might not acquire an IP address when SRM changes from AP mode to Router mode.

  30. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system might not function stably with managed switches.

  31. Fixed an issue where logins to SRM might fail when Dual WAN is enabled.

  32. Fixed an issue where Traffic Report might display duplicate dates because of daylight saving time.

  33. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly with certain USB devices.

  34. Fixed an issue where SRM might not restore settings properly from version 1.2.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding NTP (CVE-2018-12327).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding OpenSSH (CVE-2018-15473).

  3. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding wpa_supplicant (CVE-2018-14526).

  4. Fixed a security vulnerability (Synology-SA-19:31).

  5. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Linux kernel (Synology-SA-19:28).

  6. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Dragonblood (Synology-SA-19:16).

Known Issues & Limitations

  1. Removed the first-time installation via browsers on mobile devices.

  2. Synology packages might not work properly under AP mode when the uplink doesn't connect to the WAN port.

Version: 1.2.2-7915


(2019-03-21)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

What's New

  1. Added support for IPv6 setup and DS-Lite options during first time installation.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where the 5GHz-1 band might fail to work when the Wi-Fi system is setup to appoint Ethernet as uplink and tri-band auto selection is enabled.

  2. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to transfer data properly when there are multiple subnets in the local network.

  3. Fixed an issue where Guest Network might be enabled after system reboot, when it was originally disabled and the Wi-Fi system has been setup to appoint Ethernet as uplink.

  4. Fixed an issue where the primary Wi-Fi point might not display the device list properly when under Wireless AP mode.

  5. Fixed an issue where the wrong LED indicator might light up for LAN 1 on RT2600ac.

  6. Fixed an issue where SRM might not display the correct version after it was updated from a previous version.

  7. Fixed an issue where SRM might not save PPTP settings during first time installation.

  8. Fixed an issue where Synology Router might not be able to access the Internet when both IPTV and PPPoE Relay options are enabled.

  9. Fixed an issue where the System Database might not be able to update.

  10. Fixed an issue where WPS might not work properly in a Wi-Fi system.

Known Issues and Limitations

  1. Additional Wi-Fi points must be connected directly to the primary Wi-Fi point via Ethernet cable if the Wi-Fi system is setup to appoint Ethernet as uplink.

Version: 1.2.1-7779 Update 1


(2019-03-05)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where the device list might not display properly

  2. Fixed the issue where the Firewall page might not work properly.

  3. Fixed the issue where the PPPoE connection could not be established.

Version: 1.2.1-7779


(2019-01-29)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

What's New

  1. Added support for displaying the device name of offline devices.

  2. Added support for the option to appoint Ethernet as uplink connection for Wi-Fi points.

  3. Added support for the display of established Wi-Fi system in Control Panel > Update & Restore.

  4. Added support for the option to enable/disable generating Firewall rules automatically when setting up Port Forwarding, DMZ, and UPnP.

  5. Enhanced speed for DS-Lite.

  6. Enhanced DHCP compatibility for specific ISPs.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where Safe Access might fail to block websites when DNS server is in the local network.

  2. Fixed an issue where RT2600ac might fail to recognize certain USB devices when the option to "Downgrade USB3.0 device to reduce interference to 2.4GHz signal" is enabled.

  3. Fixed an issue where the LED indicators and the Wi-Fi status might not work properly together on RT2600ac.

  4. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly when the network is connected to certain PPTP servers.

  5. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to access the Internet when IPv6 server is in the local network, or when the network has been connected via IPv6 for a period of time.

  6. Fixed an issue where the hit count of first rules in Firewall might not update.

  7. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly when the network is connected via certain 4G LTE dongles.

  8. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to resolve subnet conflicts properly during bootup.

  9. Fixed an issue where SRM might erase UPnP rules during the boot-up process.

  10. Fixed an issue where QoS might not be able to work properly when a VPN Plus client is connected, or when IPTV is enabled.

  11. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to communicate with a device that is connected to a local network via a switch.

  12. Fixed an issue where Guest Network might not be able to work properly under bridge mode on RT1900ac.

  13. Fixed an issue where Firewall might not allow configuration when the option to "Generate firewall rules automatically" is not enabled for Port Forwarding and UPnP.

  14. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to work properly when the network is connected via iPhone tethering.

  15. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi points might not be able to turn off LED indicators when an Ethernet backhaul connection is set up.

  16. Fixed an issue where IPTV might not be able to work properly when IGMP Proxy is enabled.

  17. Fixed an issue where Password Rotation might not be able to work properly with WPA3-Personal.

  18. Fixed an issue where SRM might prematurely show an upgrade as complete.

  19. Fixed an issue where SRM might not display the correct time.

  20. Fixed an issue where PPPoE might not be able to re-establish the connection once it has disconnected.

  21. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi Connect might not correct display IP address of device which is connected to the Guest Network when the Synology router is under bridge mode,.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Linux kernel (CVE-2017-13168).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding SQLite (CVE-2018-20346).

Known Issues and Limitations

  1. Press "Repair" in the Package Center after manually updating might cause Packages not to work or be removed. Please download package from Synology website and manually install it.

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 5


(2018-12-26)
  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Netatalk (Synology-SA-18:62).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability (Synology-SA-18:65).

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 4


(2018-11-27)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few days, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to select DFS channels on RT1900ac.

  2. Fixed an issue where Smart Connect might not work properly when connected devices do not support 5GHz connections.

  3. Fixed an issue where 5GHz Wi-Fi might not work properly on RT2600ac and MR2200ac.

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 3


(2018-11-27)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few days, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might fail to visit certain websites via 3G/LTE dongles.

  2. Fixed an issue where IPv6 information might not be displayed properly on the Network Center Status page when a PPPoE connection is established.

  3. Fixed an issue where users might not be able to remove devices from Traffic Control when SRM upgrades from 1.1.7 to 1.2.

  4. Fixed and issue where SRM might fail to automatically update databases when IPv6 is disconnected.

  5. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might fail to install upgrade versions when an automatic update schedule is set.

  6. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system of RT2600ac might fail to upgrade when its SRM system is automatically upgrade from 1.1.7 to versions above.

  7. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to save Guest Network settings.

  8. Fixed an issue where the guest portal might not work properly after Synology Router reboots.

  9. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might provide WPA3 as an Wireless Security Level option.

  10. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system might not work properly when Wireless Schedule is enabled and Wi-Fi points are connected via Ethernet.

  11. Fixed an issue where the password rotation of Guest Network might fail to be enabled.

  12. Fixed an issue where Smart Connect might not work properly on RT1900ac.

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 1


(2018-10-16)

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where the status of Network Center might not be displayed correctly when the wireless encryption mode is set at WPA2/WPA3-Personal.

  2. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might fail to establish a connection after upgrading to SRM 1.2 under client mode.

  3. Fixed an issue where Synology Router might fail to access the Internet for a while if the connection type is Auto IP and an IP is acquired from the ISP.

  4. Fixed an issue where Port Forwarding, UPnP, and Port Triggering rules might not be displayed on the Firewall page.

  5. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly on RT1900ac.

Version: 1.2-7742


(2018/10/16)
  1. N/A. (This is the initial release of MR2200ac)

Version: 1.2.4-8081 Update 1


(2020-09-24)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for selected regions within the following weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where SRM might not work properly when values of QoS were close to those of Internet bandwidth.

  2. Fixed the issue where users might fail to access devices within the same local network via Synology Router's public IP address.

  3. Fixed the issue where SRM might not be updated to the latest version.

  4. Fixed the issue where users might fail to access SRM via L2TP VPN.

  5. Fixed the issue where the Guest Network settings might not be applied properly.

  6. Fixed the issue where devices might fail to connect to Wi-Fi points when devices on the guest network were not allowed to access the local network.

  7. Fixed the issue where the option of center alignment at the Login Style tab might not be available after SRM was updated to version 1.2.4.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability (Synology-SA-20:22).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Qualcomm's lbd service (CVE-2020-11117).

Version: 1.2.4-8081


(2020-06-18)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for selected regions within the following weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

What's New

  1. Added support for adding Wi-Fi points to a mesh Wi-Fi system via Ethernet cables. (All Wi-Fi points are required to run SRM 1.2.4.)

  2. Allowed a mesh Wi-Fi system to have Wi-Fi points running different SRM's Update versions (with the same four-digit build number) so as to enhance update experience.

  3. Added support to configure multicast translation and IGMP snooping in a mesh Wi-Fi system.

  4. Added support for communication between client devices within the guest network.

  5. Added support for broadcast storm prevention through MAC filtering, which prevents wireless devices from sending a large number of broadcast packets in a short time and affecting the normal usage of other devices.

  6. Added support to apply the Default Policy of traffic control to each device connected to the guest/local area network.

  7. Added support for delivery of traffic reports on the last day of every month.

  8. Improved the startup speed of Synology Router after an SRM update.

  9. Enhanced the performance of iPhone USB tethering.

  10. Unified the behaviors of soft reset on RT1900ac, RT2600ac, and MR2200ac: the username of administrator's account can be customized during the reset.

  11. Added support for LCP identification of PPPD settings during a PPPoE connection (required by some ISPs).

  12. Added support for the IGMP querier timer for IPTV to enhance compatibility.

  13. Added support for connection tests of DNS over HTTPS (DoH).

  14. Adjusted the behaviors of data storing: system data will now be respectively stored in each external storage device connected to Synology Router.

  15. Updated the valid period of default certificate to 398 days in response to the policy change of Apple.

  16. Enhanced the compatibility of WPA2-EAP/WPA3-EAP with RADIUS servers in a mesh Wi-Fi system.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where the performance of Synology Router might be reduced when a macOS device connects to it.

  2. Fixed the issue where iPhone 11 running iOS 13.2.3 might fail to connect to the WPA3-Enterprise wireless network.

  3. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to send logs of Wi-Fi points to other log servers.

  4. Fixed the issue where the wireless network might not work properly after an update of SRM on which configurations have been restored.

  5. Fixed the issue where packages might not be downloaded properly from Package Center on RT2600ac.

  6. Fixed the issue where interface failover cannot function properly when either of the WAN interfaces is disconnected.

  7. Fixed the issue where devices on the guest network might fail to access the Internet when a policy routing rule that directs network traffic through the secondary WAN interface is in place.

  8. Fixed the issue where users might not be able to select WAN interfaces upon configuring static routing if the IPTV uses 10 as its VLAN ID.

  9. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to access the Internet via PPPoE when IPTV is enabled.

  10. Fixed the issue where IP addresses might not be obtained from ISPs (Internet Service Providers) after Synology Router restarts.

  11. Fixed the issue where RT2600ac might fail to access certain HTTP IP addresses when it is in the wireless AP mode.

  12. Fixed the issue where the links of traffic reports in notification emails might be invalid when the task names of reports contain special characters.

  13. Fixed the issue where the device list on the Traffic Control page might incorrectly display the IP addresses of banned and disconnected devices.

  14. Fixed the issue where the status of a user account might be shown as "disabled" immediately after it is scheduled to be disabled on a later date.

  15. Fixed the issue where Synology Router in the wireless AP mode might fail to send packets to specified gateways when there are multiple routers and gateways within the local network.

  16. Fixed the issue where port forwarding might not work properly with PPPoE connection after Synology Router restarts.

  17. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to send notification emails through mail servers with SSL/TLS settings.

  18. Fixed the issue where SNMP messages might not contain correct SRM information.

  19. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to renew the Let's Encrypt certificate.

  20. Adjusted the memory parameters for MR2200ac to prevent unexpected restart.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding BSD (CVE-2019-20367).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding hostapd (CVE-2019-16275).

  3. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Dnsmasq (CVE-2019-15107 and CVE-2019-14834).

  4. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Linux kernels (CVE-2017-13168).

  5. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding CallStranger (Synology-SA-20:13).

  6. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities (Synology-SA-20:14).

Known Issues & Limitations

  1. Due to security considerations, if configurations backed up from a mesh Wi-Fi system running SRM 1.2.3 or earlier are restored on the primary Wi-Fi point running SRM 1.2.4 or later, all Wi-Fi points (except the primary one) need to be reset and added to the mesh Wi-Fi system again.

  2. Re-login to Synology mobile applications (DS cloud, DS file, DS get, DS router, and Synology VPN Plus) is required after SRM is updated to 1.2.4.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 5


(2019-12-17)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for selected regions within the following weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue related to the power density of Synology Router used in Europe.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 4


(2019-10-15)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for all regions within the next few days, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

  2. For users currently on SRM 1.2.3 8017 Update 3: Due to issues introduced in Update 3, certain scheduled tasks no longer function as expected. If you have set up and used the following features, manual actions will be required to restore functionality.

    • Checking for Updates & Installing Updates

      • SRM automatically checks for updates in the background and sends notifications to devices you have set up, such as DS router on your mobile device. These features may not work properly if you are on Update 3. Please log in to SRM, then go to Control Panel > System > Update & Restore to initiate the update process.
      • If you have configured SRM only to download updates or to download and install updates, this option will be reset and disabled. You will have to manually go to the Update & Restore page to select the option and set up the schedule again.

    • Security Advisor’s Scan Schedule

      • If previously enabled, scan schedules will be reset and replaced with a random day and time (this is the default behavior when setting up Security Advisor). Please go to Security Advisor > Advanced and set up a customized schedule.

    • Domain User/Group Update Schedule

      • If your Synology Router has joined a domain, you will need to reconfigure the automatic update interval at Control Panel > User > Domain.

    • Router Scheduled Reboot

      • If your Synology Router is set up to reboot on a schedule, this option will become disabled and you will need to reconfigure the date and/or interval settings at Control Panel > Device > Reboot Schedule.

  3. The following scheduled functions do not require additional user actions to restore to full functionality after updating to Update 4:

    • Traffic reports
    • Wi-Fi guest network’s password rotation
    • Support Center’s remote access
    • Certificate renewal (not user configurable)

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed SRM being unable to save and perform certain scheduled tasks: automatic updates, rebooting, Wi-Fi password rotation, Security Advisor’s scans, Support Center’s remote access, domain user/group update, and sending traffic reports.

  2. Fixed display issues with update notification emails sent by SRM.

  3. Fixed the issue where SRM might fail to save the IP addresses of gateways and DNS servers after the reboot of Synology Router.

  4. Fixed the issue where PPPoE Relay might fail to work normally after the reboot of Synology Router.

  5. Fixed the issue where SRM might display the item "40MHz only" in the 5GHz band.

  6. Fixed the issue where IPv6 on LAN might fail to be disabled when the interface of WAN is set up by Auto WAN.

  7. Fixed the issue where SRM cannot display Channels 120-128 of the 5GHz band in Japan.

  8. Fixed the issue where Wi-Fi might be forced to restart when password rotation is enabled but the guest network is disabled.

  9. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to renew the Let's Encrypt certificate after the reboot of Synology Router.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 3


(2019-09-24)

Important Note

  1. This update has been recalled on Oct. 1 owing to several issues about traffic reports and scheduling of automatic updates, restart, and Wi-Fi password rotation.

  2. All issues in this update have been fixed in Update 4.

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 2


(2019-08-15)

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where SRM might not establish the PPPoE connection with the previously saved credentials.

  2. Fixed the issue where SRM might not work properly when the names of connected client devices contains non-UTF-8 characters.

  3. Fixed the issue on RT2600ac where the 2.4GHz channel could not be configured manually and the 2.4GHz channel width could not be set as 20MHz.

  4. Fixed the issue where the DDNS service provided by OVH might not work properly for SRM.

  5. Fixed the issue where the SRM version number might not display properly.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding WPA3 (CVE-2019-13377).

Version: 1.2.3-8017 Update 1


(2019-07-29)

Important Note

  1. The update is available for Japan only.

Fixed Issues

  1. Adjusted strings on user's interface of connection type in Network Center for certain network providers.

Version: 1.2.3-8017


(2019-07-24)

Important Note

  1. The update will be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the release time in each region may vary slightly.

  2. In response to Gmail API changes, your SRM needs an update to this version to continue the functionality of sending notifications via Gmail. If you wish to skip this update, or if your Synology product model is not eligible to update to SRM 1.2.3, please refer to the following article which will guide you through the manual configuration: How to use Gmail SMTP server to send emails for SRM

What's New

  1. Added support for Let's Encrypt.

  2. Added support for the Let's Encrypt wildcard certificates for the Synology DDNS domains.

  3. Added support for DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

  4. Added support for customizing the uplink network of Wi-Fi points.

  5. Added support for WAN automatic detection.

  6. Enhanced the display of hostnames.

  7. Added support for Google Analytics.

  8. Added support for the v6Plus connection in Japan.

  9. Added support for v6Plus and DS-Lite on the secondary WAN interface.

  10. Enhanced the processing time when changing an uplink network from wireless to Ethernet in the Wi-Fi system.

  11. Added an option for changing the IEEE1905.1 packet type in the Wi-Fi system.

  12. Added support for the synchronization of device names in Device List and Traffic Control.

  13. Added support for displaying devices' brand names when without their hostnames in Traffic Control.

  14. Enhanced device icon detection.

  15. Enhanced the performance of Traffic Monitor.

  16. Added an option for Time to Live (TTL) settings.

  17. Added an option for U-APSD.

  18. Added Quickconnect.cn for users in Mainland China.

  19. Added support for 5G Band 4 in Singapore.

  20. Added a notification popping up when 5GH-1 is not available in DFS channels.

  21. Upgraded OpenSSH to version 7.8.

  22. Upgraded OpenSSL to version 1.0.2r.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where SRM doesn’t show reminder messages of restarting Wi-Fi when the MAC filter is applied.

  2. Fixed an issue where Guest Portal might not direct to correct websites.

  3. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi 5G might not work properly on Synology Router.

  4. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to work properly when the network is connected via certain LTE dongles.

  5. Fixed an issue where SRM might not save settings immediately when the names of Wi-Fi points are changed.

  6. Fixed an issue where Log Center might not show results related to keywords.

  7. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi button might not work properly with the Wi-Fi schedules.

  8. Fixed an issue where QoS might not work properly in the Wi-Fi system.

  9. Fixed an issue where PPPoE might fail to reconnect when the WAN gateway is changed.

  10. Fixed an issue where Guest Portal might fail to save contents with wrap texts.

  11. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system might not properly respond to requests from Windows Network Discovery.

  12. Fixed an issue where network streaming might get disconnected as a result of changing status on other networks.

  13. Fixed an issue where L2TP connection might not work properly when the Load Balance option is enabled.

  14. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi 5G connection to DFS channels might fail on RT1900ac when the option of auto-switching to DFS channel is enabled.

  15. Fixed an issue where IGMP snooping might not work properly on the WAN interface of RT1900ac under AP mode.

  16. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to access the Internet through certain ISP settings in the Wi-Fi system.

  17. Fixed an issue where L2TP clients might get disconnected after the connection is idle for over 30 minutes.

  18. Fixed an issue where Network Center and Safe Access might not able to launch the user interface.

  19. Fixed an issue where SRM might not block connections according to firewall rules.

  20. Fixed an issue where hardware acceleration might not work properly on RT2600ac when traffic control is activated via DS router.

  21. Fixed an issue where SRM doesn't hide the 802.11r option when the wireless security mode is none or WEP.

  22. Fixed an issue where Guest Network might fail to work under AP mode on RT1900ac.

  23. Fixed an issue where SRM might display additional account names.

  24. Fixed an issue where logins to SRM's user interface might fail.

  25. Fixed an issue where SRM might not apply settings properly during the first-time installation.

  26. Fixed an issue where SRM might not synchronize with NTP servers after Synology Router reboots.

  27. Fixed an issue where the firewall might not display hit counts properly.

  28. Fixed an issue where IPTV might fail to work with certain ISPs.

  29. Fixed an issue where the WAN interface might not acquire an IP address when SRM changes from AP mode to Router mode.

  30. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system might not function stably with managed switches.

  31. Fixed an issue where logins to SRM might fail when Dual WAN is enabled.

  32. Fixed an issue where Traffic Report might display duplicate dates because of daylight saving time.

  33. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly with certain USB devices.

  34. Fixed an issue where SRM might not restore settings properly from version 1.2.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding NTP (CVE-2018-12327).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding OpenSSH (CVE-2018-15473).

  3. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding wpa_supplicant (CVE-2018-14526).

  4. Fixed a security vulnerability (Synology-SA-19:31).

  5. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Linux kernel (Synology-SA-19:28).

  6. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Dragonblood (Synology-SA-19:16).

Known Issues & Limitations

  1. Removed the first-time installation via browsers on mobile devices.

  2. Synology packages might not work properly under AP mode when the uplink doesn't connect to the WAN port.

Version: 1.2.2-7915


(2019-03-21)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

What's New

  1. Added support for IPv6 setup and DS-Lite options during first time installation.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where the 5GHz-1 band might fail to work when the Wi-Fi system is setup to appoint Ethernet as uplink and tri-band auto selection is enabled.

  2. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to transfer data properly when there are multiple subnets in the local network.

  3. Fixed an issue where Guest Network might be enabled after system reboot, when it was originally disabled and the Wi-Fi system has been setup to appoint Ethernet as uplink.

  4. Fixed an issue where the primary Wi-Fi point might not display the device list properly when under Wireless AP mode.

  5. Fixed an issue where the wrong LED indicator might light up for LAN 1 on RT2600ac.

  6. Fixed an issue where SRM might not display the correct version after it was updated from a previous version.

  7. Fixed an issue where SRM might not save PPTP settings during first time installation.

  8. Fixed an issue where Synology Router might not be able to access the Internet when both IPTV and PPPoE Relay options are enabled.

  9. Fixed an issue where the System Database might not be able to update.

  10. Fixed an issue where WPS might not work properly in a Wi-Fi system.

Known Issues and Limitations

  1. Additional Wi-Fi points must be connected directly to the primary Wi-Fi point via Ethernet cable if the Wi-Fi system is setup to appoint Ethernet as uplink.

Version: 1.2.1-7779 Update 1


(2019-03-05)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed the issue where the device list might not display properly

  2. Fixed the issue where the Firewall page might not work properly.

  3. Fixed the issue where the PPPoE connection could not be established.

Version: 1.2.1-7779


(2019-01-29)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

What's New

  1. Added support for displaying the device name of offline devices.

  2. Added support for the option to appoint Ethernet as uplink connection for Wi-Fi points.

  3. Added support for the display of established Wi-Fi system in Control Panel > Update & Restore.

  4. Added support for the option to enable/disable generating Firewall rules automatically when setting up Port Forwarding, DMZ, and UPnP.

  5. Enhanced speed for DS-Lite.

  6. Enhanced DHCP compatibility for specific ISPs.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where Safe Access might fail to block websites when DNS server is in the local network.

  2. Fixed an issue where RT2600ac might fail to recognize certain USB devices when the option to "Downgrade USB3.0 device to reduce interference to 2.4GHz signal" is enabled.

  3. Fixed an issue where the LED indicators and the Wi-Fi status might not work properly together on RT2600ac.

  4. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly when the network is connected to certain PPTP servers.

  5. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to access the Internet when IPv6 server is in the local network, or when the network has been connected via IPv6 for a period of time.

  6. Fixed an issue where the hit count of first rules in Firewall might not update.

  7. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly when the network is connected via certain 4G LTE dongles.

  8. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to resolve subnet conflicts properly during bootup.

  9. Fixed an issue where SRM might erase UPnP rules during the boot-up process.

  10. Fixed an issue where QoS might not be able to work properly when a VPN Plus client is connected, or when IPTV is enabled.

  11. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to communicate with a device that is connected to a local network via a switch.

  12. Fixed an issue where Guest Network might not be able to work properly under bridge mode on RT1900ac.

  13. Fixed an issue where Firewall might not allow configuration when the option to "Generate firewall rules automatically" is not enabled for Port Forwarding and UPnP.

  14. Fixed an issue where SRM might not be able to work properly when the network is connected via iPhone tethering.

  15. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi points might not be able to turn off LED indicators when an Ethernet backhaul connection is set up.

  16. Fixed an issue where IPTV might not be able to work properly when IGMP Proxy is enabled.

  17. Fixed an issue where Password Rotation might not be able to work properly with WPA3-Personal.

  18. Fixed an issue where SRM might prematurely show an upgrade as complete.

  19. Fixed an issue where SRM might not display the correct time.

  20. Fixed an issue where PPPoE might not be able to re-establish the connection once it has disconnected.

  21. Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi Connect might not correct display IP address of device which is connected to the Guest Network when the Synology router is under bridge mode,.

Security Updates

  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Linux kernel (CVE-2017-13168).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding SQLite (CVE-2018-20346).

Known Issues and Limitations

  1. Press "Repair" in the Package Center after manually updating might cause Packages not to work or be removed. Please download package from Synology website and manually install it.

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 5


(2018-12-26)
  1. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding Netatalk (Synology-SA-18:62).

  2. Fixed a security vulnerability (Synology-SA-18:65).

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 4


(2018-11-27)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few days, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to select DFS channels on RT1900ac.

  2. Fixed an issue where Smart Connect might not work properly when connected devices do not support 5GHz connections.

  3. Fixed an issue where 5GHz Wi-Fi might not work properly on RT2600ac and MR2200ac.

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 3


(2018-11-27)

Important Note

  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few days, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might fail to visit certain websites via 3G/LTE dongles.

  2. Fixed an issue where IPv6 information might not be displayed properly on the Network Center Status page when a PPPoE connection is established.

  3. Fixed an issue where users might not be able to remove devices from Traffic Control when SRM upgrades from 1.1.7 to 1.2.

  4. Fixed and issue where SRM might fail to automatically update databases when IPv6 is disconnected.

  5. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might fail to install upgrade versions when an automatic update schedule is set.

  6. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system of RT2600ac might fail to upgrade when its SRM system is automatically upgrade from 1.1.7 to versions above.

  7. Fixed an issue where SRM might fail to save Guest Network settings.

  8. Fixed an issue where the guest portal might not work properly after Synology Router reboots.

  9. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might provide WPA3 as an Wireless Security Level option.

  10. Fixed an issue where the Wi-Fi system might not work properly when Wireless Schedule is enabled and Wi-Fi points are connected via Ethernet.

  11. Fixed an issue where the password rotation of Guest Network might fail to be enabled.

  12. Fixed an issue where Smart Connect might not work properly on RT1900ac.

Version: 1.2-7742 Update 1


(2018-10-16)

Fixed Issues

  1. Fixed an issue where the status of Network Center might not be displayed correctly when the wireless encryption mode is set at WPA2/WPA3-Personal.

  2. Fixed an issue where RT1900ac might fail to establish a connection after upgrading to SRM 1.2 under client mode.

  3. Fixed an issue where Synology Router might fail to access the Internet for a while if the connection type is Auto IP and an IP is acquired from the ISP.

  4. Fixed an issue where Port Forwarding, UPnP, and Port Triggering rules might not be displayed on the Firewall page.

  5. Fixed an issue where SRM might not work properly on RT1900ac.

Version: 1.2-7742


(2018/10/16)
  1. N/A. (This is the initial release of MR2200ac)