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D7000 V1 - ReadyCloud will not upload files
#1
Hi
I have a D7000 (v1) and very happy with it except the ReadyCloud will not allow me to upload files.  A small amount appears to send 200-700Kb, then a pause, then a connection failure.  My firmware is 1.0.1.54 and have tried FAT32, NTFS and exFat.

I see other reports of this on the Netgear Community but I've not had any replies to my posts there.  Appears to be a "known" problem (over a year ago) and waiting for a solution.  Wondered if anyone had heard if this is likely to be addressed or whether I bin the D7000?

Many thanks.

David
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#2
The Netgear D7000 has a newer firmware, - V1.0.1.64 - (I think correct version) see link as this may help? I preferred the V2 myself, seemed to work really well when I had it on my line.

https://kb.netgear.com/000054774/D7000-F...n-1-0-1-64

If this fails try reloading latest firmware again and then factory reset and build from scratch, not use backup config file,

I too had thought Netgear had sorted out the Ready Cloud issues years ago,  Smile


Hope this helps?


UK Sentinel
UK Sentinel


DrayTeK 130 Modem connected to Netgear XR500, ASUS RT-AC86U then connected to Netgear XR500 

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#3
Hi Sentinel

Many thanks for your speedy reply.

Just tried the V1.0.1.64, sadly the same.  Have previously tried older versions to see if at any point it would work and where it "broke", but no luck.

I've also unregistered and re-registered for ReadyCloud and tried with a new ReadyCloud account.  See some folks with D7800 mentioning something similar - don't really want to fork out for support call as would hope it would work as described.

Hey ho

David
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#4
Idealist hey ;-) Have you tried factory reset and build from scratch, or 30/30/30 reset option?

User @Bully has the D7800, not sure if he is using ReadyCloud,  hopefully he might add value ?


UK Sentinel
UK Sentinel


DrayTeK 130 Modem connected to Netgear XR500, ASUS RT-AC86U then connected to Netgear XR500 

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#5
With D7000 V1 you can use the firmware mod “ Ancistrus / Negan “ based on the 1.0.1.64, with several improvements ( QOS working, new section of the webgui, update xdsl driver ecc.. ).
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(02-07-2018, 08:17 AM)Vash88 Wrote: With D7000 V1 you can use the firmware mod “ Ancistrus / Negan “ based on the 1.0.1.64, with several improvements ( QOS working, new section of the webgui, update xdsl driver ecc.. ).

This is good news, can you give us a link to thread/firmware? as this is most interesting. Cool

UK Sentinel
UK Sentinel


DrayTeK 130 Modem connected to Netgear XR500, ASUS RT-AC86U then connected to Netgear XR500 

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(15-07-2018, 04:12 PM)UK Sentinel Wrote:
(02-07-2018, 08:17 AM)Vash88 Wrote: With D7000 V1 you can use the firmware mod “ Ancistrus / Negan “ based on the 1.0.1.64, with several improvements ( QOS working, new section of the webgui, update xdsl driver ecc.. ).

This is good news, can you give us a link to thread/firmware? as this is most interesting. Cool

UK Sentinel

Sure.
https://github.com/negan07/ancistrus/projects
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