Just checked mine and firmware is 0.09.05.11160. Is that a later or earlier release.
Latest release is SG4B1000B540 ... where did you find that string of numbers? It doesn't have the format of a typical version number.
Can confirm I have this firmware version as well - it's a brand new v6 smart hub
My concern is that a recent AVG scan is warning of a serious DNS vulnerability and I'm trying to see if it's real or not
@skier1 I think it was Avast not AVG and it is covered here https://community.bt.com/t5/BT-Devices/Avast-reports-smarthub-vulnerable-to-attack/m-p/1822124
Hmm - a firmware with a version number less than 1 - that doesn't sound overly reassuring. Under normal versioning you would expect that to be a beta or pre-release version.
What service do you use - ADSL, FTTC, FTTC G.Fast, FTTP (+/- Ultrafast)? Perhaps the firmware is specific to a smart hub model that is used on a particular service, maybe something fairly new.
What is the first part of your serial number (the bit inbetween the two '+' symbols)? - this first part tells you the model number of router that you have. The router Type is also listed on the back of the hub, behind the slide out credentials card.
For instance my Smart Hub is a Type A, the model number is 084318 and I have firmware version SG4B1000B540.
def broken. I have UDP port 4500 forwarding breaking, works a a minute then stops. buffer overflow ?
this is for inbound L2TP connections. was fine 2 weeks ago
I just recently set up a Smart Hub 6 sent out early May and can confirm the latest firmware it downloaded in the night as -