Netgear Realeases ReadyNAS OS 6.7.1

Less than a month after releasing the latest major upgrade to ReadyNAS OS (read the review here), Netgear has released ReadyNAS OS 6.7.1.

Here are the release notes provided by Netgear.

New Features:

  • Expanded FlexRAID configurable options.
  • Support for single disk expansion.
  • Support for RAID 50 and 60.
  • Support for Global Host Spare.
  • SAS Expansion support for the RR3312 and RR4312.
  • Google Drive Support.
  • Amazon AWS Support.

Improvements:

  • Visual Volume Configuration.
  • Updated to the latest Dropbox.
  • iSCSI Thin LUN capacity monitoring.
  • ReadyNAS Apps expand support to third-party repos within the app.
  • ReadyNAS Apps now show more info in the installation progress.
  • Updated Linux Kernel from 4.1 to 4.4.
  • Support for newer hardware.

Bug Fixes:

  • Updated AV config to prevent reporting false positives.
  • ADS environment performance.
  • ReadyDR support for longer snapshot names.
  • Security fix for command injection during the setup of backup jobs || Various security fixes to backup jobs.
  • Some Amazon Cloud Drive sync fixes.
  • Middleware NML call security fix.
  • ReadyCLOUD VPN stability fix.
  • Hourly snapshots are taken when disk spin down is enabled.
  • Various MTP backup fixes.
  • Removed the c_, m_, b_, and r_ username and share name limitations.
  • Prevent portocol port conflicts.
  • Switching network from DHCP to static will retain DNS.

Here are the Download Links for your particular models.

arm (RN102 / RN104 / RN202 / RN204 / RN212 / RN214 / RN2120)
x86_64 (RN312 / RN314 / RN316 / RN422 / RN424 / RN516 / RN524X / RN526X / RN528X /  RN626X / RN628X / RN716X / RN3130 / RN3138 / RN3220 / RN4220 / RR3312 / RR4312X / RR4312S / RR4360X / RR4360S)

If you need help updating your firmware, you can review the Netgear Knowledgebase article here.

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