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DrayTeK Vigor Modem - New BT Approved Firmware 3.8.2 BT
Draytek have released a new firmware for the Draytek 130 Modem which is approved for use with BT DSL lines in the UK (BT Open Reach)


Release Notes for DrayTek Vigor 130 (UK/Ireland)
Firmware Version 3.8.2_BT (Formal Release) Release Type Regular – Upgrade recommended when convenient Build Date 22nd January 2018 Release Date 16th March 2018 Revision 71144 Applicable Models Vigor 130 ADSL Modem Code 572801 Annex A VDSL Modem Code 576D17 Locale UK & Ireland Only

New Features

1. Setting changes to the telnet command eadsl automodee to control the eMulmmodee setting for ADSL modulamonn were not kept when restarmng the router 2. The modem’s DSL modem could smll sync using ADSL2+ Annex M afer removing eAnnexMe from the Mulmmodee ADSL" modulamon using "adsl automode"

Known Issues

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