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- Memory and IOS Software Requirements
- Determining the Firmware Version
- Upgrading to a New Firmware Release
Table 1 lists the supported Cisco 860VAE Series Multimode VDSL2/ADSL2/2+ DSL routers and also the memory and IOS requirements while using firmware release A2pv6F039f1.
Choose Products -> Routers -> Branch Routers -> Cisco 800 Series Routers -> Cisco 866VAE-W Integrated Services Router (or Cisco 867 VAE-W Integrated Services Router) -> Very High Bitrate DSL (VDSL) Firmware > VAEW_A_39f1_B_39d_24g1.SSA.bin
- Implemented Annex M hardware support using LD 6303 with AFE M.12.3.30 and M.12.3.20.
- Fixed no connection against GSPN central office (CO) in G.Lite mode.
- Improved G.992.[3/5] US rates against Calix C7 combo24/ADSL2-24 with Calix R8 code.
- Fixed G.992.5 training and stability issue against STGR-ELIM-AP and SAMSUNG_ACMP Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers (DSLAMs) with GSPN central office (CO) device.
- Introduced support for additional mapping of general purpose input/output (GPIO) pins for line driver control. The nonstandard GPIO mapping for 6303 LD requires new A24x024m xDSL driver.
- Fixed US signal glitch in G.993.2 training.
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