The rest of this article describes how to change the firmware when a simple device upgrade what the user is looking for.
Using outdated or corrupt D-Link DAP-1360 drivers can cause system errors, crashes, and cause your computer or hardware to fail.
Furthermore, installing the wrong D-Link drivers can make these problems even worse.
Recommendation: If you are inexperienced with updating D-Link device drivers manually, we highly recommend downloading the D-Link DAP-1360 Driver Utility.
This tool will download and update the correct D-Link DAP-1360 driver versions automatically, protecting you against installing the wrong DAP-1360 drivers.
There are three methods described in this article: via the controller Web UI, or via SSH either with the "standard" method or by a local upgrade.
For more information on how to connect to a device using SSH refer to the Related Articles at the bottom of this article.
The issue happened in both AP-Client mode and Repeater mode issue, add autooption.
Sometimes WDS interface cannot bring up successfully in WDS with AP mode - Save the downloadable package. - Navigate to the firmware upgrade section of your wireless unit. If you update the Access Point (AP) firmware, your device can benefit from changes that fix multiple issues encountered by wireless clients, correct different user interface problems, add various functionalities, and include support for newly developed protocols.
"***For Hardware C1*** _x000D_ - Enhanced WPS-PIN Security _x000D_ _x000D_ - Add DHCP Server in AP mode _x000D_ _x000D_ - MAC Filter: Add 20 ACL List _x000D_ _x000D_ - MAC Filter application from LAN" "H/W: A1 _x000D_ _x000D_ Changes in this version _x000D_ 1.
[NEW] Add DHCP enhance always broadcast function in [FIX] Fix throught the wizard to finish a WEP Open connection then back to the setting page, the security mode is WEP Shared.
This can be handy to help with adoption issues, for troubleshooting, or simply upgrading to the latest available firmware if a new controller isn't yet available.