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Part 8 – updating firmware via the CLI and deleting the old firmware.
Ok now we know how to get into the CLI by whatever method we wanted. Now we are going to update the firmware via the CLI and delete the old firmware. If you already managed to get firmware 1.9 working you can skip this and go to part 9.
Log in to the CLI
Look at what this website tells you. Seriously, it is explained pretty decently there.
https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/artic...dgeOS-firmware

Part 9 -the wizards
Log into the WebGui
Go to wizards in the upper right corner.

I personally use basic setup and have it set like this:


I also go to feature wizards for uPNP and have it set like this

Reboot the router and done.

Conclusion:

There is a lot the router can do, and there are some smart people out there who will help you do those things if you wish to learn how to do them. This guide however is for those of us who are not so smart, and just at least want to get it up and running. Hopefully this helps, but consider looking at the following for more info:
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