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I have a dap 1360 and made a upgrade to version 2.11. Now if I set up an access point with it I cant use the integrated DHCP server the device has. When I go to the page where Enable DHCP Server was, its missing. I noticed the option is there in HTML code but is inside a div with a hidden style. So I wonder why this option was hidden. I should be adviced that this updrade would hurt me.

Thanks in advance.

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You should be able to just provide the router the firmware and load the firmware. If you have the firmware thats entirely seperate story. I would avoid using old firmware there are TWO MAJOR exploits that have been released in the last 2 years in the wild that effect LITERALLY EVER ROUTER on the market. – Ramhound Feb 20 '13 at 19:42
I cant load the old firewall since decive prevent me to upload old firmware. Is that exploit about DHCP Server? – Jhonnytunes Feb 20 '13 at 20:49
No...Has to do with upnp being visable outside of your local network. This bug has unlikely been fixed. I am more worried about the wps exploit that allows somebody to brute force your wps key to access your local network. – Ramhound Feb 20 '13 at 23:14
Wow, a downvote! Why this time? – Jhonnytunes Feb 25 '13 at 17:31

I got a down vote, but anyways this is my answer. I update an upgrade of the firmware revB 2.14 form this link: Im not sure if I should trust this, but anyways I only turn on this router when there are visits at home. Anyway, DHCP Server worked for me.

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please, could you share the firmware? the link is broken.... – sekmo Jul 2 '15 at 16:32

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