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RouterTech Firmware 2.97 Released
Posted: Kieran @ Thu Feb 09, 2012 11:56 pm
The RouterTech team are proud to announce the release of RouterTech Firmware 2.97

This release includes changes, updates and bug fixes and we recommend you upgrade.

As ever, many thanks to all the hard working members of our community who have contributed to this release.

You can download the firmware and consult the release documentation in the download thread.

Discussions on this release can be conducted in the dedicated discussion thread.
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