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Modem Firmware

All external links on this site are found via the modem or modem mfc..

It’s as well to put in a cautionary note about the difference between Drivers and Firmware. They seem related, and the two terms are often used (or misused) in the same breath. They are chalk & cheese, however. For a start, one is safe & the other can be dodgy...

Drivers are for the Operating System of the host computer and are usually safe--the absolute worst that can happen with a wrong driver is that the OS may need to be re-installed, but this would not affect the modem in any way.

Firmware (the so-called Flash) is completely local to the modem and unrelated to the computer’s OS. The absolute worst that can happen with wrong firmware is that the modem will be permanently rendered useless, but this would not affect the computer OS in any way.

With modern analog modems selling for just a few pound Sterling, of course, opinions as to which of these two is the safe one & which the dodgy may vary.
OS Date Version Modem
(unknown) 24 Apr 2009 1.51_04242009 D-Link DSL-2500U/BRU/DB ADSL2+ Annex-B Ethernet Modem
23 Apr 2009 1.51_04232009 D-Link DSL-2500U/BRU/D ADSL2+ Ethernet Modem
30 Apr 2009 1.31_04302009 D-Link DSL-2540U/BRU/D ADSL2+ 4-Port Modem Router
24 Apr 2009 1.31_04242009 D-Link DSL-2520U/BRU/D ADSL2+ Ethernet/USB Modem
30 Jul 2009 1.21 D-Link DSL-2500U/BRU/C ADSL2+ Modem Router
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