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9.1.1811.401 Firmware

Just received the 9.1.1811.401 firmware on my hub 3 earlier today. 

What does this fix over the .613 firmware? 

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Everyone holding their breath to see what errors they have introduced with this update rather than fixed. At least they have got the decimal point in the right place on the Hub4 firmware!


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Nope - decimal still in the wrong place on the Hub 4 stats


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I received 9.1.1811.401 during last night.  I don't really see any changes, including the well known Power (dBmV) decimal point bug which is still present.  Seeing this assures me of Virgin Media's ongoing standards of quality.

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Observations so far:
More consistent latency when gaming (less jitter).

Noticed some changes to Port Forwarding.
The extra confirmation when applying port forwarding settings has been removed, and port forwarding actually works correctly.

So far the update is a noticeable improvement over .613
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Wow! They are got something right. 


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If I remember right, the "Network Log" used to be in Ascending order?, it is now in Descending order.

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This message is new for me LAN login Success;CM-MAC=**:**:**:**:**:**;CMTS-MAC=**:**:**:**:**:**;CM-QOS=1.1;CM-VER=3.0;


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My broadband was very slow last night and "tecn support" advised me to factory reset my SH3, which I did.  The trouble is, it has installed older firmware 9.1.1802.613 while rebooting.

Is there any way to get 9.1.1811.401 back?

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